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Rutgers Joe
5 stars A monster.

Eight fantastic newly-recorded songs...

"Custard Pie" "In My Time of Dying" "Trampled Under Foot" "Kashmir" "In the Light" "Ten Years Gone" "The Wanton Song" "Sick Again"


"Bron-Yr-Aur" recorded in 1970 during the sessions for Led Zeppelin III

"Night Flight", "Boogie with Stu" and "Down by the Seaside" recorded in 1971 during the sessions for Led Zeppelin IV

"The Rover", "Black Country Woman" and "Houses of the Holy" recorded in 1972 during the sessions for Houses Of The Holy.

Overdubs and final mixing of the older tracks were performed in 1974, thus creating a better "flow". The sequencing is brilliant.

An amazing album...

Had they simply released the eight new songs it would have been an epic album, but the addition of the older material does not dilute the impact. The new material is clearly what makes the album so great, but the older material deserved to be heard in 1975, not posthumously...bravo to Page & Company... - This is an album proper...a timeless classic of prog...of rock...of pop... 5 IRREFUTABLE STARS

Rutgers Joe | 5/5 |


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