In the Name of My Father - The ZepSet Live from Electric Ladyland
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||In the Evening||The Jason Bonham Band||7:13||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||Ramble On||The Jason Bonham Band||5:35||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||The Song Remains the Same||The Jason Bonham Band||5:45||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||What Is and Should Never Be||The Jason Bonham Band||5:15||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||The Ocean||The Jason Bonham Band||4:47||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||Since I've Been Loving You||The Jason Bonham Band||7:53||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||Communication Breakdown||The Jason Bonham Band||4:57||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||Ten Years Gone||The Jason Bonham Band||7:43||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||The Rain Song||The Jason Bonham Band||2:25||0,69 €||View In iTunes|
||Whole Lotta Love||The Jason Bonham Band||19:22||Album Only||View In iTunes|
Instead of running away from his father's enormous legacy, Jason Bonham embraced it on his first official solo album, In the Name of My Father: Zepset. Recorded live in New York City, the album features Bonham and his backing band running through a number of Led Zeppelin classics, and he expertly mimics the style and subtle funk of his father, John. While it proves his technical skill as a musician, the record doesn't offer any significant new interpretations of the material, suggesting that his vision may be limited. Nevertheless, In the Name of My Father is a warm, loving tribute to one of the giants of hard rock that is entertaining in its own right.