Kiss covers Led Zeppelin live and sings in Japanese - Wishevoke

Kiss covers Led Zeppelin live and sings in Japanese

friends of kiss Those who paid extra for a VIP ticket to see Paul Stanley’s Big Band in concert at Japan’s Tokyo Dome also enjoyed a mini unplugged show during the sound check.

The setlist for the little gift to the band’s Japanese fans also included an excellent – purely acoustic – arrangement of “You Shook Me”, a song by the bluesman Muddy water from Chicago, which later also included this Led Zeppelin on their self-titled first album from 1969, as well as a song in Japanese!

The choice was “Sukiyaki,” a protest song written in 1961 on the way back from a march against the presence of U.S. forces in Japan and one of the best-selling singles of all time, with more than 13 million copies sold worldwide. .

Watch the videos of his performance “You shocked me” and be “Sukiyaki” by Kiss.

The full setlist for the mini show is as follows:
01. Comin’ Home
02. Christine Sixteen
03. Woman who is unlucky
04. If I Fell (THE BEATLES)
05. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away (THE BEATLES)
06. Dr. Call Love
07. Sukiyaki (KYU SAKAMOTO)
08. I have to choose
09. You Shook Me (Muddy Waters / LED ZEPPELIN)
10. Beth

Kiss – concert poster @ Tokyo 2015

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