Classic Rock Bottom

Disclaimer: All info that does not reside in my brain is gathered from (mostly because Jon can't stand it) unless otherwise noted.

Album: III

Artists: Led Zeppelin

Released: 1970

Label: Atlantic

Producer: Jimmy Page

Chart Performance: #1 (US - and a lot of other countries)

RIAA Certification: 6 X Platinum

Singles: Immigrant Song (#16 - US)

Notes: No notes this week.  I just noticed I hadn't done a Zeppelin album in a while, so I thought I'd go with this one.  

Side One:

1. Immigrant Song

2. Friends

3. Celebration Day

4. Since I've Been Loving You

5. Out On The Tiles

Side Two:

6. Gallows Pole

7. Tangerine

8. That's The Way

9. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp

10. Hats Off To (Roy) Harper

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Out of the first three LZ albums, this one is such my favorite that I have never bothered  to pick up the first two on CD. EVER. Probably never will because they just do nothing for me. This is just a fantastic album and they don't even have to totally rock out to make it so fantastic. Plus, I like spinning the wheel for hours and hours of enjoyment.


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