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  1. Ten Years Gone <3 get's me every time. Rain Song and That's The Way are close runners up.
  2. That's what I get for skim-reading
  3. No one has mentioned the Snow Jobs show, Vancouver 19th of March, 1975. That's a damn good version of Sick Again, and the whole concert is great in fact.
  4. Led Zeppelin II Led Zeppelin IV Led Zeppelin III Physical Graffiti Houses of the Holy Led Zeppelin Presence ----------------From this point on it doesn't even matter---------------- Coda In Through The Out Door
  5. Ten Ribs, Jennings Farm Blues & The Battle of Evermore.
  6. Basically all of In Through The Out Door is horrid, with the exceptions of In The Evening, All My Love and I'm Gonna Crawl which are brilliant. Hot Dog is the worst of the lot, but Carouselambra, and Fool in the Rain are terrible also. South Bound Suarez is passable. I'd rather forget that album.
  7. Ramble On, Down By The Seaside and In The Light
  8. Best studio solo: Since I've Been Loving You Best live solo: Thank You (BBC Sessions) My favourite: Whole Lotta Love (studio version)
  9. Zeppelin III & Coda are head and shoulders above the rest of the companion discs.
  10. I shall share my feelings on the subject, because I fall into the camp of vehemently disliking, even hating this album, and a big part of the reason is because it starts off so damn well and then almost immediately falls away into nothing. I will add, I don't think In Through The Out Door is a wholly bad album, it's just a bad Zeppelin album, if In Through The Outdoor had happened to be a debut album from some unknown band I would be less critical, but that's not the case so my criticism remains as high as Zeppelin's normally lofty standards. In The Evening is glorious, it's sharp and it manages to sound raw yet mature at the same time, and thus it is the finest moment on the album, a great start, which makes the rest of the album sound worse by comparison Then... Well... Everything starts to go South, (pun fully intended) on South Bound Suarez. The lyrics don't do anything for me, nor does Plant's delivery of them. Fool In The Rain, starts off well, but then the guys breakdown into complete samba mode, ugh, just no, no no no. Perfectly good song ruined, can't stand it. Hot Dog... Where to even start... This is Zeppelin's worst song bar none, there is nothing I like about it whatsoever, I don't even want to acknowledge that is exists, I cannot even bring myself to speak of it. Carouselambra... Synth much?!? Jonesy certainly went a touch crazy with it. This track actually does have it's moments but frankly it tries to do far far too much and I fear it doesn't even know what it's meant to be, certainly sounds that way to me. All My Love, this one is brilliant, well done all around, the guitar is beautiful and Robert's voice is as good as it has ever been, it's deeply moving, as you would expect. I'm Gonna Crawl, a very strong finish, love the lyrics and the quality of Robert's controlled strain, it just sounds gorgeous and it's the perfect follow up to All My Love. There are in my opinion only three tracks from In Through The Out Door worthy of respect and they are In The Evening, All My Love and I'm Gonna Crawl, those three are brilliant, 5 stars for all three of them, as for the rest... Nowhere near. There is only one album which was more disappointing and that is Coda. Personally I rank the albums like this: 1. Led Zeppelin IV (5 stars) 2. Led Zeppelin II (5 stars. This is my personal favourite, but I can be objective and rank IV above it due to material on IV, but I love II just as much if not more) 3. Physical Graffiti (5 stars) 4. Led Zeppelin III (5 stars) 5. Houses of the Holy (5 stars) 6. Led Zeppelin (5 stars) 7. Presence (4 stars) 8. In Through The Outdoor (3 stars) 9. Coda (2 and 1/2 stars)
  11. Okay, so four vinyls (eight sides), roughly 45/50 (could stretch it a bit more if needed) minutes per vinyl, so 22 and a half/25 minutes per side (give or take a couple of minutes) Vinyl 1: Side A: (22 minutes) Good Times Bad Times Babe I'm Gonna Leave You Dazed and Confused Communication Breakdown We're Gonna Groove Side B: (23 minutes) Whole Lotta Love What Is and What Should Never Be Thank You Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman) Ramble On Vinyl 2: Side A: (25 minutes) Since I've Been Loving You Tangerine That's The Way Bron-Y-Aur-Stomp Hey Hey What Can I Do Side B: (26 minutes) The Battle of Evermore Stairway to Heaven Misty Mountain Hop When The Levee Breaks Vinyl 3: (25 minutes) Side A: The Rain Song Over The Hills and Far Away No Quarter The Ocean Side B: (20 minutes) The Rover Trampled Underfoot Kashmir Vinyl 4: Side A: (23 minutes) Down By The Seaside Ten Years Gone Achilles Last Stand Side B: (20 minutes) For Your Life In The Evening All My Love
  12. Three way tie between Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter and Whole Lotta Love, Dazed and Confused gets an honourable mention. That said, the live version of Thank You from the BBC Sessions is incredible
  13. 1. When The Levee Breaks 2. Whole Lotta Love 3. Since I've Been Loving You 4. Over The Hills And Far Away 5. Ramble On 6. Misty Mountain Hop 7. Ten Years Gone 8. No Quarter 9. That's The Way 10. Achilles Last Stand
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