I recently wrote here about Led Zeppelin's legal troubles with bluesman Willie Dixon. The same year Zep's first album was released, The Jeff Beck Group debuted with 'Truth.' This album kicks. Both records feature covers of Willie's tunes, the difference is Beck credited Dixon and Zep had to be persuaded in court.

A young Rod Stewart growls out the lines like he's lived the life of hound dog and Beck makes his guitar squeal and moan like a machine gun on 'I Ain't Superstitious.' This is another great tune written by Muddy Waters' songwriting genius bass player Dixon.

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