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One of the rarest and arguably the most popular bootlegged tracks of Led Zeppelin's discography before the Digital Age, sometimes called "Mudbone" or "Mud Bone," Traveling Riverside Blues was originally written and recorded in Dallas, Texas by the bluesman Robert Johnson. Johnson's June 20, 1937 recording has a typical 12 bar blues structure (though as is common in downhome blues of this era, the length of each verse is in fact thirteen-and-a-half bars of 4/4), played on a… read more

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