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sigh butterfly said
A bit or research reveals that the 4/1/71 show featured the premier of Stairway on the BBC. I think that is what you and VB were going for. Even so, I will enjoy being Ron Nasty until the end of the day.

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A bit or research reveals that the 4/1/71 show featured the premier of Stairway on the BBC. I think that is what you and VB were going for. Even so, I will enjoy being Ron Nasty until the end of the day.

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I feel more like him then he does.

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I feel EXACTLY like me sitting in a shower for peace, isn't that enough?

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Okay, I've made a little but nevertheless impacting progression in my miniscule Led Zeppelin fandom recently by stumbling across four songs I absolutely love! Celebration Day and Tangerine from their third album and Going To California and Misty Mountain Hop from the fourth. a-hard-days-night-john-6I have to say the latter song is my favourite of the four because I really love that unusual main vocal melody. Dare I say it's almost sounds like something my beloved Beach Boys would do! 

Yes, I think these have given me the kick up the backside to get round to listening to the full albums more sooner... ahdn_paul_02

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We're so happy for your enjoyment! "Celebration Day" is one of my personal favourites, so tight and driving,....Percy spitting those lyrics out. "Her name is brownorwhiteorblack, you know her very well"...heart 

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We're so happy for your enjoyment! "Celebration Day" is one of my personal favourites, so tight and driving,....Percy spitting those lyrics out. "Her name is brownorwhiteorblack, you know her very well"...heart   

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Okay, I've made a little but nevertheless impacting progression in my miniscule Led Zeppelin fandom recently by stumbling across four songs I absolutely love! Celebration Day and Tangerine from their third album and Going To California and Misty Mountain Hop from the fourth. a-hard-days-night-john-6I have to say the latter song is my favourite of the four because I really love that unusual main vocal melody. Dare I say it's almost sounds like something my beloved Beach Boys would do! 

Yes, I think these have given me the kick up the backside to get round to listening to the full albums more sooner... ahdn_paul_02

Ooh Tangerine is one of my favouritesbeatlemaniacs_02_gifSuch a beautiful acoustic (partially anyways) song!! Even if III isn't a beloved of mine, that song for me makes the album! Also, it has such a noticeable Rolling Stones inspiration. If you listen to it the right way, you can actually hear how Plant really gets into his Jagger vocal mode on the chorus. It really sounds like something out of Beggars Banquet. I love to see a fellow LZ fan give it some recognition.

The other one I'll praise as well is Misty Mountain Hop

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What a vocal melody, by God . One of the things I like about it is how on the first seconds of the song you don't know were the drums are gonna start because it's such a confusing melody, and then when the drums start it all makes sense. The groove on that song is magnificent, but what did you expected? It's IV!!!

And yes, it is urgent for you to start listening to Zeppelin records. Go chronologically, it makes HotH a much easier listen. When you get to Physical Graffiti you won't know what hit you.

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I've been obsessed with In My Time of Dying for a couple of days now, it's sooo good. That riff.

Just...

That riff.

Jesus.

I can't get it out of my mind. I've never heard such a good, simple, powerful riff. And the drumming, it's just... too much. I don't know if I want to say this, maybe it's just the hype, but that just might be the best Zeppeling song ever made. Like seriously, that riff... I can't even begin to describe what it does to me.

It also features one of their best performances as well.

Listen to JPJ's bass at 4:44 like UGH It's So Hard

I also love that seconds before, (probably just before 4:44) Plant shouts "I gave her the gun and I shot her!" (or something like that), which I think is referencing Hey Joe if I'm not mistaken. Also one of my favourite blues-rock tracks. So cool.

Also I'll take the opportunity of this thread revival to cheat and self promote my mashup againa-hard-days-night-john-6

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^Oh my (golden) god yessssss. Every time I listen to LZIV, I do all right until I get to "Misty Mtn Hop" and then it's just

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at the top of my lungs for the next three minutes (with headbanging and attempted Plant-strutting). Most every album has one song that you just can't resist singing along to, and for that album it's MMH. For HOTH it's "Dancing Days" ARE HEREAGAIN – AS THE SUMMER
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Clerefor, still gotta listen to your remix... I promise I'll get to it one o' these days john-lennon-salute_gif

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Jesus all y'all talking about Led Zep lately, I feel real guilty for not doing any relistens since my Zeppathon a-hard-days-night-paul-10 

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*Edit: that first line read as really southern for no reason lol

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DIXIE IS TAKING OVER! CIVIL WAR PART 2 (Electric Boogaloo) BUT WITH 100% LESS SLAVERY/ACTUAL FIGHTING & MORE BAR-B-Q & VICTORY FOR THE SOUTH! a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

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Errr, where was I a-hard-days-night-paul-4 Oh yes, get more Led out. Like all good bands, they get so much better with repeated listens.

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DIXIE IS TAKING OVER! CIVIL WAR PART 2 (Electric Boogaloo) BUT WITH 100% LESS SLAVERY/ACTUAL FIGHTING & MORE BAR-B-Q & VICTORY FOR THE SOUTH! a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

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Errr, where was I a-hard-days-night-paul-4 Oh yes, get more Led out. Like all good bands, they get so much better with repeated listens.

  

Hope this "North vs. South" ideology doesn't spread to Ontario; I'd hate to have to go to war against my sister. 

Repeated-listens recommendation seconded, pepdog! As noted before by myself and others, they really were quite Beatle-like in their attempts to never (almost never) repeat themselves. Even on the hastily-recorded Presence, with their sonic palette deliberately limited to little more than drums/bass/electric guitar(s), John Bonham's endless rhythmic inventiveness gives each track it's own identity. 

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On an off-topic note, it's interesting that in the US, the north-south rivalry is seemingly kind of opposite to what it is in the UK. In the UK, at least from a northern perspective it's presented as the down-to-earth northerner vs the stuck up southerner. Or maybe in the US it's rather the coasts vs the middle of the country. I don't know, just a thought. 

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Don't worry, vb, it's purely an America thing. I think y'all have more of an east-west divide than north-south.

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On an off-topic note, it's interesting that in the US, the north-south rivalry is seemingly kind of opposite to what it is in the UK. In the UK, at least from a northern perspective it's presented as the down-to-earth northerner vs the stuck up southerner. Or maybe in the US it's rather the coasts vs the middle of the country. I don't know, just a thought.   

Yeah, I've noticed that too. It's opposite but pretty much the same. I think in the US it seems to be the northeast and the West Coast vs everybody else, because the Southeast is coastal but it's also considered redneck/down to earth (depending on who you ask, lol). But there's a special, long-standing history between the Northeast and the Southeast for obvious reasons (also there's just more history in the east as it was settled earlier, and in more sharply contrasting ways).

What's funny is that a lot of countries seem to have a north-south divide, or at least I know Vietnam does as well, according to my mother, and it's actually similar to the US - the snooty Northern elite vs the loud uneducated Southerners.

BACK! ON! TOPIC!

Presence is actually one of my favorites (though, to be truthful, I literally say that about every single Zepp album), because it's absolutely the grooviest album and it contains Achilles the masterpiece, the absolutely swaggersome For Your Life, Nobody's Fault which I love, a couple other groovy songs which sorta run together but are extremely good for getting down to nonetheless, and Tea For One which has some lovely fretboard-caressing and is generally a very nice ending song. Objectively maybe less good than, say, Physical Graffiti, but it's a solid album and I enjoy them all about the same. paul-mccartney-thumb_gif

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I have my problems with Presence but it's undeniable that the band sounds absolutely huge on it. Such a wall of sound. 

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^Which problems?

Robert isn't in top form, to be sure, but after 20 listens I quickly forgot about that...

I also love how much Jimmy uses Strats on this album. ahdn_john_08_gif

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Ordered old Canadian pressings of II and Houses of the Holy the other day, they ship out Thursday. Hopefully I don't have to wait too long to spin them!

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On an off-topic note, it's interesting that in the US, the north-south rivalry is seemingly kind of opposite to what it is in the UK. In the UK, at least from a northern perspective it's presented as the down-to-earth northerner vs the stuck up southerner. Or maybe in the US it's rather the coasts vs the middle of the country. I don't know, just a thought. 

  

From my limited understanding, Italy is kinda the same, Northerners scorning the lowly Southerners. I guess that's kinda universal in humans, feeling more of a kinship to folks based on their relative lack of geographical distance from you yourself. #deepthoughts

There's no denying that Presence is somewhat monochromatic, like no Zep LP since the previous decade. The shading provided by acoustic strings and Jonesy's facility with all the keyboards had become an expected feature of their albums, as much as the enigmatic album art. 

But, as bebu stated, it's a Led Zeppelin album built under unusual circumstances, with laser-focused determination, a freeze-frame of a moment in time. A holographic freeze frame of something as hard and solid and infinitely multi-angled as "The Object" itself. apple01

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...and MAN how my 12yo mind would've been further blown, had I obtained from my neighbour this LP, rather than the drab old 8-track with songs re-sequenced, and a full minute of silence after "Achilles". a-hard-days-night-ringo-14 

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Presence is actually one of my favorites (though, to be truthful, I literally say that about every single Zepp album), because it's absolutely the grooviest album and it contains Achilles the masterpiece, the absolutely swaggersome For Your Life, Nobody's Fault which I love, a couple other groovy songs which sorta run together but are extremely good for getting down to nonetheless, and Tea For One which has some lovely fretboard-caressing and is generally a very nice ending song. Objectively maybe less good than, say, Physical Graffiti, but it's a solid album and I enjoy them all about the same. paul-mccartney-thumb_gif  

Presence is underrated. To me it's just as good as Led Zeppelin I (which to me is the lesser of the early albums), I never noticed whatever "change" people notice in Plant because of his car accident. They sounds as sharp and focused as always to me. The closing track is the only one that I dislike (not even that much). Presence committed the only crime of coming out after two much better records, but if it came out between I & II it would be just as beloved as those two.

Anyone up for album rankings? I've got the day off.ahdn_john_08_gif

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...and MAN how my 12yo mind would've been further blown, had I obtained from my neighbour this LP, rather than the drab old 8-track with songs re-sequenced, and a full minute of silence after "Achilles". a-hard-days-night-ringo-14 

  

Just for specificity's sake, I did have limited Zeppelin exposure before "Presence". "Fool In the Rain " and "All My Love" were all over the radio the previous spring; friend's older brother played "Whole Lotta Love" for us around the same time (freaky sounds + xtreme speaker separation!) around the same time, and a Michigan station played "Stairway" just as the '70s ended, #1 on their" 70s countdown; honestly, it didn't make much of an impression at first listen. And as a sixish-year old back-seat riding, I occasionally heard a certain song with an echoed "LONELYLONELYLONELYLONELYLONELY time", but I didn't identify it as Zeppelin until a decade later. 

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