Oh well, don't get me started. In any case, for a complete record of Page's preposterous plaigarism, just click here.
But this one I was not previously aware of, and it's really pissing me off.
From 1968, and the throwaway Grape Jam album, please enjoy the astoundingly great Moby Grape and bassist Bob Mosley's "Never."
And from 1970, and Led Zeppelin III, behold in breathless wonder "Since I've Been Lovin' You." Credited, disgustingly, to Page/Plant/Jones.
I particularly like the way Zep changed the lyrics so completely.
Working from eleven to seven every night
Ought to make life a drag yeah now I know that ain't right.
Working from seven to eleven every night,
It really makes life a drag I don't think that's right.
Eleven to seven versus seven to eleven. Get it?
This is reminiscent of a classic Carl Reiner/Mel Brooks comedy routine from the '60s. Mel plays a British Angry Young Man film director named Tippy Skittles, who's just directed a film called Sunday Night and Saturday Morning. When Carl's interviewer reminds him that there has already been a hit British film called Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, Mel/Tippy responds angrily.
"Our film is completely different. It's a week different!"
[h/t Willard's Wormholes]