SamG Posted December 22, 2007 Share Posted December 22, 2007 Many bands have tried to re-create it but have failed dismally; either by completely misrepresenting Zeppelin or shamelessly ripping them off. (Kravitz, Wolfmother, aspects of guns and roses) I think the overall impression created by Led Zeppelin is an important one because it is obvious that merely emulating their sound and persona, is not enough. On the master forum, there was some talk about a new album and this concerns me. By capturing the 'spirit' of what they had rather than appropriating their trade mark sound, then maybe...just maybe the idea of new and worthy material is possible. It is 'essence' and integrity which makes it possible to be relevant in a new era. Anyone care to explain what this essence is/was? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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