Stairway to Heaven (7:38)

Cover of Halos & Horns

From Halos & Horns and 3 other releases

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  • freetofu

    What do you mean "actually?" See my previous comment.

    22 Sep 2013 Reply
  • CubiqueZirqoni

    I actually really enjoy this tbh

    12 Apr 2013 Reply
  • freetofu

    Better than the original.

    18 Jun 2012 Reply
  • jenovatrix

    this is fucking epic.

    23 May 2010 Reply
  • kountrymusicfan

    wow. that was a trip. I will say though all you people whining that she "ruined" it wouldn't be saying that if you'd never heard the original. very much Dolly!

    9 Jun 2009 Reply
  • lincredible

    Ishtarpitbull is right. this is one of the greatest covers ever.

    8 May 2009 Reply
  • Mama_Boojum

    i concur.

    20 Apr 2009 Reply
  • Ishtarpitbull

    1. Dolly slays this tune. If she wants to play with ending that's up to her. Wonderful bluegrass-cum-gospel re-envisioning of a song that everyone could hum in their REM cycle. She makes it sound authentic and searching. 2. Robert PLant signed off on this- lauding her cover. And I don't hear Mr's Page or JP Jones bitching either. 3... people are giving Dolly shit for covering a Zeppelin tune? Zeppelin? The same bunch of guys whose first two albums are (from Babe I;m gonna leave you to massive portions of Lemon Song and damn near everything between) replete with "covers," read: more recycled blues licks and lyrics- most torn bloodily from their context- than most could shake a leg at. Seriously. These guy get carte blanche to regurgitate every Johnson lick from Lonnie to Robert to Tommy to Blind Willie, every James riff from Elmore to Skip- and no one batts an eye. Dolly Parton tweaks one tune and every stoner-fuckwad-limpdick-Zeppelin-puritan wants to shred her. Figures.

    13 Apr 2009 Reply
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  • Vladi_Drac

    I like it. But when I was 16, I'd have reacted like Oppressotron. Do you know the Frank Zappa version? or

    20 Jan 2009 Reply
  • Quasiblu

    She gives it an interesting new shading with her melancholy bluegrass interpretation

    22 Oct 2008 Reply
  • MarcusAKAFatima

    Oh the mean reception makes me sad:( I think it's wonderfully done and judging by what Robert Plant has been doing lately, I'm pretty sure he'd love it too.

    15 Oct 2008 Reply
  • mamafanfan

    distracted by her boobs for too long until I heard this. talent!

    17 Sep 2008 Reply
  • trident92s

    I kinda like this. Good mix of Zeppelin and country. Amazing guy on the dobro.

    4 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Oppressotron

    Actually this seems to be par for the course. Really, I type in “Bluegrass” for the tags, play the song selection and get a bluegrass cover of “War Pigs” and “Whole Lotta Rosie” so why not “Stairway”. Then again, having one of the greatest songs penned in the last century with its end butchered gives me shivers. If I had heard this when I was 16-17 I would have been tossing Molotov Cocktails at my PC and dousing my self in petrol though.

    14 Jul 2008 Reply
  • phouvm

    Hell yes.

    8 May 2008 Reply
  • pjfrankophone

    I honestly think this is an incredible recording. It's not better or worse than the original, but it's still amazing

    29 Feb 2008 Reply
  • bombadil25

    good effort dolly, but this is not for you.. you'd rather know what you are singing here..

    12 Sep 2007 Reply
  • MoonlitSea

    No, I love it. It's just...really interesting to have a satanic song being covered and changed from this hard rock pioneer to a bluegrass/country thing.

    8 Sep 2007 Reply
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