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Today, we have a battle of the song Whole Lotta Love. It was recorded in May-June 1969 and released on Led Zeppelin II later that year. It was played over 600 times by Led Zeppelin and during various solo tours throughout the years. In addition, it is one of the most covered songs in Zeppelin's catalog. I present the following two covers for you for comparison. Strangely enough, both versions are sung by female singers.

The first cover is by Beth Hart, solo artist and recent collaborator with Joe Bonamassa, has had Whole Lotta Love in her live repertoire for a long time. This version was recorded on May 7, 2004 at Amsterdam's Paradiso Theater.



The second cover is led by Linda Perry, former singer of 4 Non Blondes, who performed the track Misty Mountain Hop on the 1995 tribute Encomium, as well as a great list of musicians, including Slash.



So....which do you think is the better version?
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