|Inspired by Joni Mitchell's "California." Jimmy Page and Robert
Plant were big fans of hers.
|The original title was "Guide To California."
|This started as a song about earthquakes, but developed into a song
about the search for a woman.
|When Page, an engineer, and their manager flew to L.A. to mix the
track, there was an earthquake near San Diego.
|Zeppelin performed this during their acoustic sets.
|Part of Led Zeppelin's fourth album which was untitled. The album
was often called "ZoSo," which was Jimmy Page's sign, or "Led Zeppelin
4." The symbols were put in due to the lack of a title for the album.
(thanks, Eric - Houston, TX)
|This came from a poem Jimmy Page wrote on a notebook. He found it
awhile later and branched off from there. (thanks, Aaron - Troy, IL)