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"Fool in the Rain" is a song on English rock band Led Zeppelin's 1979 album, In Through the Out Door. It was their final U.S. single released during the band's tenure, reaching number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1980. The song exhibits a Latin feel. Drummer John Bonham plays a half-time shuffle beat similar to the "Purdie shuffle" rhythm attributed to session drummer Bernard Purdie, along with a samba-style breakdown. A master drum track shows that… read more

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  • Avatar for southmaui
    always loved this one by Zepp, i think it's the whistle
  • Avatar for JimiVonMicrodot
    Those drums..........
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  • Avatar for lucasrochasilva
    "... I watch the people go shuffling downtownmmmmma ..."
  • Avatar for AlxNobre
    So much sadness in a (apparently) happy song, It makes me smile and sad at the same time
  • Avatar for br-amm
    love this tune
  • Avatar for yeoldehippy
    oooh, it's giving me a goose bumps moment.
  • Avatar for stark6282
    Cecelia, I am a 'FOOL IN THE RAIN' , 'ALL OF MY LOVE'
  • Avatar for lukasz_pulawski
    One of their best!
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