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Frankie Flowers
5 stars This is often thought of as the softest of the Led Zeppelin albums. Following the first two heavy blues-rock records it's understandable how it was slated at the time, but it's good to see how many people appreciate it now.nThough sometimes it can still be too underrated. The punchy "Immigrant song" and "Celebration" give us some tastes of pumping hard-rock with the special "Friends" sandwiched in-between. "Since I've Been Loving You" is just mind-blowing! The essential blues-rock stinger alone makes this worth owning. Everybody who calls themselves a Zeppelin fan cannot fail to have it. The gems don't stop "Out On The Tiles", the super rhythmic "Gallows Pole", the beautiful "Tangerine"...simply all of it is just absolutely fabulous! "That's the way" is a mellow folky track. It's just great. The guitar is very crisp and fluid here. I love the stoney foot tapping "Bron-Y-Aur Stomp" very much and "Hat's off to Roy Harper"closes it all off with some smokin' hot acoustic blues. Again, it's great stuff! You can't go wrong with this!
Frankie Flowers | 5/5 |


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