Going To California | Led Zeppelin
- This was inspired by Joni Mitchell’s “California.” Jimmy Page and Robert Plant were huge fans of hers. When performed live, after the lines “To find the queen without a king they say she plays guitar and cries and sings,” Plant would often say the name “Joni.”
- The original title was “Guide To California.”
- This started as a song about earthquakes, but developed into a song about the search for a woman.
- John Paul Jones played mandolin on this track and Page played acoustic guitar.
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