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Weak in the beauty of Presence,
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This review is from: Presence (Audio CD)
On the majority, Zeppelin aficionados will forever single out "IV" and "Physical Graffiti" as being the landmark Led Zeppelin albums. Indeed they are, but "Presence" is my personal favourite. OK, it doesn't have the musical range and diversity of "Physical Graffiti" but I feel this Zep album is the most consistent in content. It is a true hard rock album with no frills - every member plays a blinder (as per usual), but most notably Page and Bonham. "Achilles Last Stand", "For Your Life", "Nobody's Fault But Mine" and "Tea For One" (chilled blues at its best) are the absolute stand out tracks for me. "Presence" is the true back-to-basics Zeppelin. I highly recommended this album to anyone.
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Initial post: 30 Jul 2013 19:39:08 BDT
You the man...I have never understood the lack of respect shown by many in the know to this album...like yourself, it is my personal favourite, due in no small part to the relevance of the title, which to me, sums up the whole powerful feeling of the album.
Posted on 8 Mar 2014 20:31:50 GMT
gille liath says:
I think that's the best review title I've ever seen on this site. :)
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