When Atlantic Records approached Page about a Zeppelin box set, he, Plant, and Jones got together to agree on what would, and wouldn't be included. They all wanted a Bonham solo but couldn't agree between Moby Dick and Bonzo's Montreux. So Jimmy put on his Engineer cap and took the two tracks into the studio, and with the help of George Marino, came up with this. The Moby Dick portion is early Zep beating it's chest like King Kong, with some KILLER Page licks during the breaks. The Montreux stuff pre-dates the techno-beat fad that would explode during the MTV era 80s. If you listen to Herbie Handcock's Rockit, you can hear some of the influence. And that's just one example. With all due respect to Ian Paice, Ginger Baker, Keith Moon, Carmine Appice, etc.; and the dozens of incredible players that came in his wake: the greatest rock drummer of all time - John Henry Bonham. Enjoy!