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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by 33db, Jan 13, 2020 at 7:05 PM.
In through the out door is awesome as well but then most LZ albums are great
Loved Physical Graffiti, Kashmir alone is worth the price of an album.
Best LZ album by far.
Trampled under foot awesome groove, that has to get you moving for sure
Today...its the only one I listen to on any kind of regular basis. It's a very important album to me.
Houses or the first one?
HOTH? It is for me, so many memories tied to that one album and the song Dancing Days in particular.
Two of my all time favorite zep songs are on that album.
In the light
10 years gone
Dancing Days...No Quarter...The Song Remains The Same...Rain Song...The Ocean...
Both sides are perfectly sequenced. Brilliant album.
Houses of the Holy.
great album, love No Quarter, takes me back to a different time and a different place.
The live version on TSRTS is frickin’ fantastic !
DVD of The Song Remains the Same...
Had no idea who Led Zepelin was
Till one day driving home from work
The DJ says "Here's some Heavy Metal"
Then came into my head....
Yeppers, I remember one summer in the woods with my friends, with large camp fires and Zeppelin blaring, drinking stolen gin out of a squeeze ketchup bottle, and then in the morning going over to our school and skating the drained pool.
Jeez... I'm getting all misty here...
No Quarter was a great make out song.
I would have a hard time picking favorites out of either of those two albums. I kind of leaned towards the acoustic work as I did not play an electric back then. Bron-Yr-Aur is always one of the acoustic pieces that take me back.
That's strange I was just looking at "Shut Up And Play" lesson on Bron Y Aur Stomp, different song similar vibe.
He has one for Bron Yr Aur, can't link it directly.
That is another good piece. But the one I referencing is...
That's the second link.
I'm a little embarrassed to start the thread out as "yeah it was underrated" only to discover (like 2 minutes later... thank you Wikipedia) it was highly rated, can't explain my memory of it.