Immigrant Song" is a 1970 song by the English rock band Led Zeppelin. It is built upon a repeating riff and features lyrical references to Norse mythology, with singer Robert Plant's howling vocals mentioning war-making and Valhalla. The song was included on their third studio album, Led Zeppelin III and released as a single. Several live recordings have also been issued on various Led Zeppelin albums. Other artists have recorded renditions of the song or performed it live.
Led Zeppelin - Immigrant Song (Live Album Version). Download MP3. MP3 256Kbps, . 7 Mb MP3 128Kbps, . 7 Mb MP3 64Kbps, . 9 Mb. Led Zeppelin. We come from the land of the ice and snow, from the midnight sun where the hot springs blow. The hammer of the gods will drive our ships to new lands, to fight the horde, singing and crying: Valhalla, I am coming! On we sweep with threshing oar, Our only goal will be the western shore. How soft your fields so green, Can whisper tales of gore, Of how we calmed the tides of war. We are your overlords.
Produced by Jimmy Page. Album Led Zeppelin III. Immigrant Song Lyrics. 2, 3, 4). Ahh! Ahh! We come from the land of the ice and snow From the midnight sun where the hot springs flow. No hard-rock song has ever had a more ominous opening line: ‘We come from the land of the ice and snow. It was inspired by the band’s concert in Iceland in June 1970, a month when the sun never fully sets. Plant started fantasizing about vikings and wrote in the voice of a Norse chieftain leading a sea invasion and expecting to die. It ‘was supposed to be powerful and funny,’ he said. Page’s menacing staccato riff could scare Thor into surrendering, and Plant’s Tarzan holler adds another layer of primal barbarism. Immigrant Song" Track Info.
Immigrant Song' was about that trip and it was the opening track on the album that was intended to be incredibly different. One of the lyrics became part of Led Zeppelin lore. The line, "The hammer of the gods will drive our ships to new lands" got many of their fans referring to Zeppelin's sound as the "Hammer of the gods. The phrase was used by author Stephen Davis as the title of a book about the band. Led Zeppelin meant for this song to be somewhat humorous, relating their adventures on the road to the Vikings who fought the hordes to conquer new.
Immigrant Song is the opening track on English rock band Led Zeppelin's third album, Led Zeppelin III, written and released in 1970. The song is famous for its distinctive, wailing cry from vocalist Robert Plant (with a melody reminiscent of "Bali Ha'i") at the beginning of the song, and is built around a repeating, staccato Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones/John Bonham riff. The hiss at the beginning of the track is feedback from an echo unit. Celebration Day.
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From the Album Led Zeppelin III (Remastered). Renews automatically. What else is there to say except that the 'Immigrant Song' is a timeless classic featuring Led Zeppelin's iconic rock style. This song was brilliantly featured in the trailer of the 'Thor- Ragnarok' movie trailer. Especially notice the lyrics: "The hammer of the gods Will drive our ships to new lands To fight the horde, singing and crying: Valhalla, I am coming!"
Led Zeppelin : Immigrant Song. Hard-Rock, United-Kingdom (1970 - Atlantic Records) Узнать больше. Ah, ah. We come from the land of the ice and snow, From the midnight sun where the hot springs flow. Hammer of the gods will drive our ships to new land. To fight the hordes and sing, and cry. Valhalla, I am coming. Always sweep with, with threshing oar.