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This really is a difficult one, but I have to go for Led Zep 2.
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Including compilations or just original albums?
Zep 2 / Physical Graffiti I would guess.
I like the acoustic backdrop of III ... the folky edge makes it for me!
Err... Zep III very closely followed by II for me, I reckon.
My nomination is for Led Zep IV.
Funny that this topic should come up because only this afternoon I found a video from Live Aid in 1985 with Led Zep performing in the American show.
I believe last year when the 20th Anniversary programmes / dvds etc came out Led Zep were unhappy with their performance and so took out legal action to stop it ever been shown again. To be honest they sounded pretty good to me, although Robert Plant seemed to struggle with his vocal range not being as good as it once was.
They also seemed to blame Phil Collins (who played drums alongside Tony Thompson) but I cant really see why they think that!
Physical Graffiti, was the first album I ever heard oftheirs and still love it
Led Zep IV...... class album, that's what got me into Led Zeppelin!
Either IV or Physical Graffiti. Not Coda though.
Kashmir has to be my favourite track
Got to be Led Zep III. But then I am a closet folkie...
Since I've Been Loving You is best track in the world in space.
- I like "Gallow's Pole"
- he did manage to change his drum patterns in Brand X when he played for them (... I'd better check though! ).
Not too sure what you mean? Could you explain further please ?
- When Phil Collins played drums with Genesis, he also played with an experimental jazz-rock band called Brand X. Quite technical and advanced compared to other UK progressive bands in the '70s'80s.
1V. What an album. All time favourite track.'Black Dog', Awesome Riff!
This was quite an interesting poll. In agreement with several of you I have to say that IV is awesome. But no votes for Zep 1 ?
How about nominations for Zep tracks with potential for brass band arrangement ? I once thought parts of Kashmir might be a possibility, but then I sobered up.
The song remains the same!
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