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Led Zeppelin


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4.00 | 734 ratings

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S Lang
5 stars An extremely well crafted debut album by a band of talented musicians from '69. Every single note is in the right place and whilst somewhat Blues influenced - not a sin - it contributed to the heavy sound of Prog - albeit better was yet to come.

Growing up on such music was a great privilege to me and the band and this album remains much cherished. Page's powerful guitar, accomplished by unprecedented vocal gyrations by Robert Plant to the driving bass of Jones and the heavy chops of the late Bonham represented a beginning and sure enough this approach was followed, copied, plagiarized often enough to raise due interest amongst later generations.

Twist my arm if you care, but few bands have surpassed such a powerful entry, especially that it took place 37 years ago.

Nothing, but 5 stars is fair and reasonable.

S Lang | 5/5 |


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