Kashmir by Led Zeppelin: The story behind the song | Louder

There were also some moments where cloaked references to Page’s ongoing obsession with the occult could be discerned: images of ‘Talk and song from tongues of lilting grace’ and a ‘pilot of the storm who leaves no trace, like thoughts inside a dream’ – pilot? Or Magus, perhaps?Performed for the first time on the band’s 1975 US tour, Kashmir became the new centrepiece of the set, Jimmy stomping around in his specially designed new suit embroidered with dragons, crescent moons, spangly stars, blood-red poppies and the ‘ZoSo’ emblem.At their Earls Court shows, in May, Plant described Kashmir to the audience as a song about revisiting “our travels in Morocco… and the story of our wasted, wasted times”. Two years later, during the band’s last, disastrous, US tour he reflected: “I think I will go to Kashmir one day, when some great change hits me and I have to really go away and think about my future as a man rather than a prancing boy.”That “great change”, though he didn’t know it yet, was fast approaching. Source: Kashmir by Led Zeppelin: The story behind the song | Louder

Trigger Cities May Be The Key To Growing Your Audience – Music 3.0 Music Industry Blog

What this means is that it’s way easier and cheaper to gain followers in Mexico City, Lima, Peru, and even Istanbul than it is in New York or London, even though those cities are major music centers. I’ve written about this in the past, but as with everything online, the data changes constantly and the rankings of many cities on the list has changed. That said, if you care to spend a bit of money on Google advertising specifically targeting these cities, you might be rewarded with a larger following as a result. Read more: https://music3point0.com/2021/02/04/trigger-cities/#ixzz6lWkyxGCr Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Bobby Owsinski’s look at the new music business and how social media plays a part check it out at Source: Trigger Cities May Be The Key To Growing Your Audience – Music 3.0 Music Industry Blog