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Led Zeppelin


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4 stars This double LP is certainly the peak of ZEPPELIN's career. Performance is top notch while some of the best guitar and drums moments are present exactly on this release. Although with songwriting and composing not entirely consistent and with more than a few fillers, it does contain several hightlights of which "Kashmir" and "In the Light" are as close to prog masterpieces as they could do. On few occasions J.P. Jones shines with his keyboards including what sounds like a funky clavinet, especially on "Custard Pie" and avalanche bomber "Trampled Underfoot"! "Ten Years Gone" and "Black Country Woman" are excellent psyche respectively folky ballads. Overall the first disc is much better, while the second is actually sort of collection of throwaways. If it were not for the mentioned tracks, it would have been a strong 3 stars album. Thus, add a half.
Seyo | 4/5 |


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