Musicians thousands of miles apart have managed to put together the best Led Zeppelin covers ever recorded.
Recently a group of YouTube musicians, who specialized mostly in making videos of themselves jamming along to CDs in their basements and bedrooms, formed a band, of sorts, called Virtual Zeppelin. In an Internet filled with musicians of every imaginable stripe and talent level, these guys share something special. They can play Led Zeppelin with freakish accuracy. The fact that they live tens of thousands of miles apart—from Canada to Japan to Northern Virginia—is no longer a barrier to putting together the best Led Zeppelin cover band in history.
The technology behind "Virtual Zeppelin" isn't rocket science. Each guy records his part. They pass around multitrack files along with individual videos, and the last guy in the chain mixes everything down into the finished product. Easy. And because of that, there's already a few similar projects popping up online—virtual mashups dedicated to Deep Purple, the Beatles and Kiss, to name a few. Almost as soon as you see and hear these things you understand the brilliance of it, and you just know it's going to be huge.
This is what Web 2.0 is all about.
Virtual Zeppelin - The Lemon Song(Ultimate Remix Version)
Virtual Zeppelin - Ten Years Gone