Alan Friend - Bad Times & Better Times mp3 downloadPerformer: Alan Friend
Title: Bad Times & Better Times
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Alan Friend - Bad Times & Better Times mp3 download
Lyrics: In the days of my youth, I was told what it means to be a man, Now I've reached that age, I've tried to do all those things the best I can.
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Track number 1: Good Times Bad Times Album: Led Zeppelin (1969) Artist: Led Zeppelin NOTE: I don't own this song and I don't claim to own it. I'm simply.
Good Times Bad Times.
This is a comprehensive drum lesson for Led Zeppelin's GOOD TIMES BAD TIMES from the first Led Zeppelin album. Please be patient and watch it through!
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Good Times Bad Times" is a song by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, featured as the opening track on their 1969 debut album Led Zeppelin. The song was released as a single in the US, where it reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart. For the lead guitar solo, guitarist Jimmy Page fed the output from his Fender Telecaster guitar through a Leslie speaker to create a swirling effect. Jones says that the riff he wrote for this song was the most difficult one he ever wrote.
A Better Tomorrow (album). We strive and have a better tomorrow. We had some good times; we had some bad times. But if tomorrow can be better than today. you know, it's hard to get a Wu-Tang album, 'cause we all have such big careers and big families that we have to maintain, of our own, to bring that energy back is not so easy.
I know what it means to be alone I sure do wish I was at home I don't care what the neighbours say I'm gonna love you each and every day You can feel the beat within my heart Realize, sweet babe, we ain't ever gonna part. About Good Times Bad Times. Rolling Stone named the track the Zeppelin song of all time, saying: The first song on the first album introduces the band with a declaration of surly defiance (‘I don’t care what the neighbors say’), a stun-gun riff and a restless, syncopated drum pattern, which Page cited as evidence of Bonham’s ‘amazing technique.