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Led Zeppelin III [Deluxe Edition Remastered Vinyl] Double LP

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  • Vinyl (2 Jun. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double LP
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B00IXHC1R2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Original remastered LP, plus an album of companion audio, on 180 gram vinyl in a tri-fold sleeve that includes the wheel and die-cut holes from the original LP sleeve. The second LP features previously unreleased studio outtakes.

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The first of the three re-masters vinyl to arrive. There seems to be some release delay on Led Zep 1 and 2. So for Led Zep 3, we get the original vinyl re-mastered by Jimmy Page and an album of remixes and a couple of out-takes pressed on heavy weight vinyl (my copies 200g album and 190g - extra disc).

It has a substantial heavy weight cardboard cover with insert to take the extra disc tasteful restored as per original front cover, slide circular window disk. Two inner sleeves including plastic antistatic release sheets to further protect the vinyl on releasing from the sleeve (excellent, hats off to Atlantic records for including these). Both records are flat and surface noise minimum.
I compared the re-mastered album to my original copy from 1970 on the same equipment and amp settings. The re-master is cleaner, crisper and improved clarity of the instruments across the sound stage and more enhanced lower frequency sound (bass, drums etc). The original has increased higher end sonic presence and vocals are more pronounced in the mix, but overall the re-master is very easy listening and more refined. I still believe this album is very under rated in the Led Zep collection no doubt because of the very high standards of other albums they made.

The Companion disc is interesting and certainly for the die-hard Zep fan. For me the outstanding track is the rough mix of `Since I've been loving you' it's absolutely magic, if this is a song you like then the rough version adds a different feel to this great song. Overall the other songs are a welcome addition if not essentially any ground breaking gems from the vault. The sonic quality on this companion disc is also very good.

In conclusion, fully recommended even if you have the original, the re-master gives a different take without sounding like a compressed digital cut. The companion is worth having even though they are no new ground breaking material available.
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This is Zeppelin's best album . . . and probably the best album ever made. Every song is a wonder, superbly written and superbly played. Page's guitar playing is majestic, Plant's voice at it's most soulful.

If you one of those people that think that Led Zeppelin should be just loud and thrashing then this isn't the album for you, you'll probably like 'Immigrants Song' and no more - but you're missing out on something amazing and magical. 'That's the way' for instance, beautiful, delicate, and hypnotic. 'Bron-Y-Aur Stomp', a homage to the companionship and love of our canine friends (in Plant's case his dog 'Stryder'). And 'Tangerine', with it's recollections of a past love. Every track here is a gem.

The vinyl sound suits the content of the album, being a more natural, un-synthesised sound. The additional LP has some studio outtakes and some new stuff. Interesting enough, but best thought of as a separate item as opposed to being part of Led Zeppelin 3. The superb album cover is recreated to be as it was on its original release in 1970, with turnable disc.

This album is set apart from others by it's soulfulness, it's depth, and it's connections with nature - both the nature of the human soul and the wonder of the environment around us. Wonderful lyrics, amazing music - and the album sleeve is pretty good too. Music never got better than this . . . and probably never will.
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Bought to replace a 'so mote it be' original 1970's pressing because condition could be better and it jumps on side 1.

First listening to record 1 side 1 and it's made in the EU. and yes it all sounds there , but this should sound better. The music sounds flat , lifeless and dull. Treble seems muted and splashy, cymbal sounds unrealistic. This is not what I remember, so I make a direct comparison with the old 1970's original and yes, there it was , life where before was lifeless, the sparkle, the open-ness the clarity of 1970's analog vinyl cut by a master, with crackle.....With all its age and abuse faults, the 70's original will still be the one I listen to and it really does p**s me off that sonically they've gone backwards, the new stuff being made isnt as good sound quality as the old, and I dont think they even notice.
Most remasters these days are made without this expertise, and without the original to make a direct comparison with, you wont even know what you're missing.

A lot of people like vinyl is for its superior sound(with the right expensive gear), but this is being sabotaged by the remaster makers of today. (not all, but most). This is a BAD situation and I'm sure collectors of the future will on the whole avoid vinyl from our current era.
That said, Record 2 was quite interesting to hear different versions of familiar songs and record 2 gets 4 stars.
Record 1 gets 3 stars and I love this album. A big disappointment.
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Bought as a gift for my partner. Not one of the best Zep albums (in my humble opinion) & not helped by the fact the record was warped. Originally thought I'd put the alternative tracks disc on but fortunately it was the fact it was warped (though given Amazon expect you to initially stump up the postage costs perhaps fortunately isn't the right word)
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I bought recently published LZ III on vinyl.
An envelope design, printing - all at a very good level.
The discs are clean, unscratched, well Packed.
Publication of 2 LP. The original and The companion Disc.
The record I would rate at 4 stars. Why?
I have the original LP on the label Atlantic. I can compare. On the original LP voice R. Plant sounds great and it is balanced with the General music scene. On the re-release music drowns out the voice R. Plant. I thought became more audible noise.
Second LP deserves attention. Very interesting publication. In General I recommend for the collection. After 20 years, this edition will be interesting.
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