Bring It On Home To Me

Cover of a single version of the Led Zepplin song Dazed & Confused with the band grouped together underneath the name of the band and song
Although claimed as a Led Zeppelin original ‘Dazed & Confused’ was in fact a minimally rearranged version of the Moby Grape song ‘Shocked & Stunned’.
Not all of Led Zepplin’s songs were plagiarised from old blues songs.

Some were from old folk recordings.

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The Light Fantastic

Ed Sheeran dancing with a young lady
Eddy Babe putting years of practice to good use in the video for Thinking Out Loud
Ed Sheeran’s dexterity on his looper and effects pedals comes from years of Ballroom Dance competition at juvenile and junior level to the extent of being Suffolk Open Rhumba Champion for his age group on three occasions in the early 2000s.

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Just Joshing

A guinea pig Fry intended to infect with the cold virus to send in to space to win a science fair in an episode of Futurama. It is taped into a can sat on a record on a turntable to simulate high levels of gravity on take offMathematician and The Wedding Present mainstay David Gedge, known to his fans as Mr Gedge, had a character named after him in an episode of Futurama.

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Master Of Aperture

Photo of the prototype Pentax MetalicaContrary to popular belief Metallica didn’t name themselves after a prototype Pentax SLR as camera snob Lars Ulrich only ever used Nikon equipment and wouldn’t want to have been associated with any other manufacturer.

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To Boldly Go

Credits from a Star Trek episode showing DC Fontana as the writer of the Teleplay from a story by Gene Roddenberry
Screen Capture From Star Trek Fact Check
Elvis Presley’s original drummer D.C. Fontana was later a script writer and story editor on the original Star Trek series as well as many other shows.

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