Sound Effects Genius Michael Winslow Sings Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love”: Vocal & Guitar Parts

Ladies and gentlemen, we present Michael Winslow, the Man of 10,000 Sound Effects, singing Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love.” And by sing, we mean that he performs the lead vocals, and the distortion-filled sounds of the electric guitar, all with his voice. The performance took place one night, back in November, 2011, on Norway’s TV show Senkveld med Thomas og Harald (aka Late Night with Thomas and Harold). Winslow is joined by folk pop-musician Odd Nordstoga on the acoustic guitar. When you’re done picking up your jaw, you’ll want to watch Winslow perform the Sounds of 32 Typewriters (1898-1983). It’s quite magnificent. Or watch an old re-run of Police Academy. That’s never hurts, either.

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