Jimmy Page said 1 Led Zeppelin Riff took fans out of their “comfort zone,” and we’ll hear what he means

Led Zeppelin earned a reputation as one of the heaviest bands of their era. However, they also bounced between genres with ease and frequency. Zep has so effortlessly integrated traditional folk, Middle Eastern sounds, symphonic elements and genre exercises that it’s easy to see why they were reluctant to earn a heavy metal label with their music. Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page said one riff took listeners out of their comfort zone, and we can understand his point.

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Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page | Richard E Aaron/Redferns

Jimmy Page said his riff on “Dancing Days” took listeners out of their comfort zone

“Dancing Days” is right in the middle houses of the saint. Sandwiched between the fleet-footed James Brown salute “The Crunge” and the reggae riff “D’yer Mak’er,” it might be the airiest song on the album. And maybe that was voluntary.

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