“Kashmir” is a classic song recorded by Led Zeppelin, featured on their 1975 album “Physical Graffiti.” The song was written by the band’s guitarist, Jimmy Page, along with Robert Plant and John Bonham.

About The Song

“Kashmir” is renowned for its distinctive and grandiose sound, blending rock with elements of world music. The song features a driving rhythm, intricate guitar work by Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant’s evocative vocals. The lyrics of “Kashmir” draw on themes of travel, exploration, and mysticism.

The instrumentation includes a prominent use of orchestration and John Bonham’s powerful drumming, creating a sound that is both epic and atmospheric. “Kashmir” is often praised for its innovative fusion of rock with Middle Eastern and Indian musical influences.

While “Kashmir” was never released as a single, it has become one of Led Zeppelin’s most beloved and enduring tracks. The song’s dramatic and cinematic qualities have made it a standout piece in the band’s catalog, and it continues to be celebrated as a masterpiece of rock music.



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Oh, let the sun beat down upon my face
And stars fill my dream
I’m a traveler of both time and space
To be where I have been
To sit with elders of the gentle race
This world has seldom seen
They talk of days for which they sit and wait
All will be revealed
Talk in song from tongues of lilting grace
Sounds caress my ear
And not a word I heard could I relate
The story was quite clear
Oh, baby, I been blind
Oh, yeah, mama, there ain’t no denyin’
Oh, ooh yes, I been blind
Mama, mama, ain’t no denyin’, no denyin’
All I see turns to brown
As the sun burns the ground
And my eyes fill with sand
As I scan this wasted land
Try to find, try to find the way I feel
Oh, pilot of the storm who leaves no trace
Like sorts inside a dream
Leave the path that led me to that place
Yellow desert stream
My shangri la beneath the summer moon
I will return again
As the dust that floats high in June
We’re moving through Kashmir
Oh, father of the four winds fill my sails
Cross the sea of years
With no provision but an open face
Along the straits of fear
Oh, when I want, when I’m on my way, yeah
And my feet wear my fickle way to stay
Ooh, yeah yeah, oh, yeah yeah,
But I’m down oh, yeah yeah, oh, yeah
Yeah, but I’m down, so down
Ooh, my baby, oh, my baby
Let me take you there
Come on, oh let me take you there
Let me take you there