As promised, they buy five copies for their mothers. The song that gets them there (reaching US#6) is written by Shel Silverstein.
All six albums of English rock band Led Zeppelin (the newest being ) are on Billboard’s Top-100 chart.
At the very top is their newest, 6th studio double-album Physical Graffiti. Both Page and Plant consider the album the group’s high-water mark. The cover is a photo from New York’s East Village, home of many notable figures and a subject for several groups in the following decade.
It appears in their acclaimed, NOLA-recorded album Nightbirds, produced by Allen Toussaint (US#7). The song’s one of only 9 songs that have reached US#1 twice with different performers. In 1998 English girl group All Saints makes the song into a UK#1. In 2001, a performance from the Oscar-winning Moulin Rouge! jukebox musical becomes a #1 in the US and much of Europe. (*) It wins a 2002 Collaboration Grammy.