III

by Led Zeppelin

(1970) Atlantic

Description In Zeppelin's third album, the legendary band explores the acoustic possibilities of hard rock, long before MTV Unplugged.
Posted By Geoff Wilson (79)
Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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On 6/15/2003, Tom Callagy (1865) posted:
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One of my favorite albums as well. & absolutely my favorite song/guitar solo/drums/vocals/organ.....start to finish....make the hair stand up all over your body good...."Since I've Been Loving You".
On 6/18/2001, Geoff Wilson (79) posted:
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This is my all-time favorite album. Jimmy Page slides effortlessly from subtle to scorching. "Tangerine" and "Gallows Pole" are two of the best songs this band produced, and the rest of the album is nearly as good. Page managed to create an altogether new style with "Bron-Y-Aur Stomp." Even if you're not into hard rock, this is worth checking out, and if you are, it's mandatory.