Led Zeppelin III (studio album) by Led Zeppelin
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The best album by Led Zeppelin is Untitled (Led Zeppelin IV) which is ranked number 12 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 45,819.
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One of the more diverse records from Led Zeppelin with them going into several genres very effectively. This record is just flowing with experimentation and that leads to some extremely rewarding songs for us. As they are changing styles so frequently on here it means that there is hardly ever a dull moment in this record. It is one of the more engaging Led Zeppelin listens and it does reward patience with its music with it only clicking for me on my 5th or 6th listen. The performances are unique and are of a very high quality with every member of the group deserving praise for this release. The peak of their performances for me is on Immigrant Song and Tangerine which are swiftly becoming two of my favourite Zeppelin songs. However, the closer is poor and should have been cut from this album. Overall, the music on here might be a bit confusing at first especially if your used to the harder side of Zeppelin but if given time its quality will shine through and you will fall in love with the experimentation and musicality.
fave tracks - Immigrant Song, Since I've Been Loving You, Bron Y Aur Stomp
Near perfect Led Zeppelin album, diversed and quite consistent only the last track is bad in my opinion.
My second favourite Led Zep album. Probably their most consistent. The last 2 tracks are the weakest by far and drag the rating down a bit for me. If it was just 8 tracks I'd probably put it above Led Zeppelin IV. My highlights are Out On The Tiles, That's the Way and Immigrant Song.
Otra obra maestra de los Zeppelin.
Inmigrant song, Since I've been loving you,... Sencillamente impresionante
less hard rock. That's the Way a favorite
Immigrant Song pour commencer, ça met dans l'ambiance :-). Pochette vinyl étonnant qui ressemble plus à un album pop avec ce disque coloré qui tourne pour changer l'aspect de la pochette.
this album has one low point, "hats off to harper". the rest of the album is incredible, and in my opinion is comparable to IV and II
A bit of a preview of what was to come as the album contains pretty much all the genres the band would include on later releases. There's heavy rock- Immigrant Song eastern mysticism- Friends pop- Celebration Day and some beautiful ballads especially That's the Way with Page's sublime dobro accompaniment. Page's guitar is all over brilliant here but in particular on the extended electric blues of Since I've been Loving You and the off the charts acoustic slide of the terrifying Hats off to Harper. Their 3rd best album.
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