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  1. what is the best album by led zeppelin, (in your opinion) and why? my personal favorite is III, because of the acoustic masterpieces such as "that's the way" and "bron-y-aur stomp". thoughts?
  2. Hey all, I got the Complete BBC sessions when it was released, but I have not yet played through it all. Disk 3 has not seen the inside of a CD player. Disk 1 and 2 I have not heard end to end yet. Also Coda re-release, I have not yet gotten around to giving it a run. (I did listen to St Tristan's Sword out of curiosity) But I have not yet given the three disks a go at all. (forgive me my sins...) There are reasons for this. Mainly time and place (hard with two kids and a missus, and being on call for work every 2 out of 4 weeks). And I really want to get nice and 'mellow' and subme
  3. This was back in 2011, but it's still quite interesting how a guy simply woke up one day and decided to mold his future name after the magnitude of LZ LINK: http://www.musicradar.com/us/news/guitars/cool-64-year-old-man-changes-his-name-to-led-zeppelin-ii-498123 His motive - "to be a better person than I used to be"
  4. The track listing of PG, as most fans will know, was dictated by both the songs and the fact that in those days albums had 2 sides - therefore, Album 1 Side 1 ends in IMTOD, etc. But what if you could condense PG into one super-album? What tracks would you pick to be your one-disc version of PG in the compact disc era? I'd like to share my picks to get the ball rolling, so here is my list of what I would keep on one disc to make the best album for me out of PG (and yes this may be sacrilege to some! But hey this is my thread and this is what I would like!! OK?): 1. The Rover 2
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