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Same Old Rock...

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  1. Led Zeppelin IV The definitive classic rock album of all time. Coming out in November, 1971, this nicely capped what was, for me, the best year in rock ever... Faves: every track a classic, no filler, not even R&R... Led Zeppelin III The acoustic side finally shines through the cock rock bluster. The second side is my all time fave Zep side, even Hats Off, Jimmy's slide blues freakout... That's The Way, my all time fave Zep track. Many a dazed and confused teenaged afternoon was spent in my smoked filled room playing my broom along, note for soulful note to the SIBLY solo, Page in full flight... Physical Graffitti Just so many good songs, new and lder once dusted down (see my first post on the PG thread) Led Zeppelin I Young Boy Blues extraordinaire... From Good Times Bad Times to Dazed and Confused and all the hard rock highs and mellow acoustic interludes inbetween. Agreed, one of the best debuts albums ever, and made in only 30 studio hours! Houses Of The Holy I used to HATE The Crudge, and side two's DD and DM seemed weak to me, after IV, but its grown on me, if the weakest of the first five. Essential for the first three tracks side one, and the final two side two, all prime Zep in full flight... Runner up: LZ II: Ramble On, What Is and What Should Never Be, Bring It On Home and... WORST Zeppelin album ever: In Through the Out Door, which has the lamest LZ track ever, Caroselambra... ugh... synth hell... (nice Page mid-section though...)
  2. Wow, Just discovered this site, excellent, so many Zep fans aboard already... My buddy and I were just doing this for fun with "The White Album." I think it would be cool to see how PG sounded as a double resquenced with the "new songs"(1974) on one album, and the older songs from III, IV, and HOTH on a seperate disc. Refresh me memory, which are the older songs, from where? Here is my single disc version of PG: Side One: Custard Pie The Rover Boogie With Stu Black Country Woman Sick Again Side Two: Kashmir Trampled Underfoot Wanton Song Houses Of The Holy Bron-Yr-Aur That was hard, might change it to-morrow... Any Roy Harper fans out there? (Not the song...) New remastered, deluxe Stormcock out on CD, Page's soloing on track two is one of his best acoutsic ones ever... according to him... This album came out in 1971, and is one of the best Lps ever, a perfect match for Led Zep IV.
  3. Wow, Just discovered this site, excellent, so many Zep fans aboard already... My buddy and I were just doing this for fun with "The White Album." I think it would be cool to see how PG sounded as a double resquenced with the "new songs"(1974) on one album, and the older songs from III, IV, and HOTH on a seperate disc. Refresh me memory, which are the older songs, from where? Here is my single disc version of PG: Side One: Custard Pie The Rover Boogie With Stu Black Country Woman Sick Again Side Two: Kashmir Trampled Underfoot Wanton Song Houses Of The Holy Bron-Yr-Aur That was hard, might change it to-morrow... Any Roy Harper fans out there? (Not the song...) New remastered, deluxe Stormcock out on CD, Page's soloing on track two is one of his best acoutsic ones ever... according to him... This album came out in 1971, and is one of the best Lps ever, a perfect match for Led Zep IV.
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