#1
I was wondering what key the song Kashmir by Led Zeppelin was in. Is it some form of D with but mixed with chromatics? Or is it some weird foreign scale?

Thanks

also, what would you call that timing? it took me a little bit to get it down. the part where it goes


D|--------------|-------------------------------------------------------------
A|--------------|O------------------------------------------------------------
G|--2---2---2---|--2---2---2-------3---3---3------3---3---3-------------------
D|--0---0---0---|--0---0---0-------0---0---0------0---0---0-------------------
A|--5---5---5---|O-5---5---5-------5---5---5------5---5---5-------------------
D|--------------|--------------0------------------------------0---------------
 
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------O|
G|--4---4---4------4---4---4-------5---5---5------5---5---5-------7---7---7--|
D|--0---0---0------0---0---0-------0---0---0------0---0---0-------0---0---0--|
A|--5---5---5------5---5---5-------5---5---5------5---5---5-------5---5---5-O|
D|-----------------------------0------------------------------0--------------|


is really different
Last edited by The4thHorsemen at Aug 5, 2007,
#2
As to the rhythm q it's a polyrhythm. Bonham is playing a 4/4 groove but the rest of the band is playing in 3/4 which makes that kinda out-of-sync feel. Makes the whole thing seem more complex.
As to the other q... I would guess it's just chromatics.
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