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What were the hardest Led Zeppelin songs to compose

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On 2/7/2017 at 0:26 PM, IpMan said:

Black Dog was another tough track to nail. It sounds pretty simple, however the problem is in the off-timing and is a real bear for the three players to stay in sync.

Indeed. All you need to do is listen to the rehearsals for the fourth album to hear how hard they worked on it. It's a fascinating listen !

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2 hours ago, JTM said:

"transcends genres like no other song. It is above classification"  

Ironically ''dippy'' comment....

How so?

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20 minutes ago, TheStairwayRemainsTheSame said:

How so?

Sort of like, takes one to know one...

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If you want to split hairs on this, many groups including the Beatles in the mid to late 60's used mid eastern influences.

Zep did it like noone else before or since, that's why many groups swinging for the fences in that "style"( yes, beyond any

actual style) fail miserably.

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