Led Zeppelin: Houses of the Holy

Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy Music
by Led Zeppelin

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Some of the best music!
My absolute all time favorite is "Led Zeppelin IV" ... having "The Battle of Evermore", "Black Dog" etc blast out of my speakers while burning down the highway at 180 km p hour... yuuuummmm........cool
"The song remains the same" it does not get any better!!!!
Just a thought,,,why is there nothing remortly like this anymore? is it a case first and best,,or everyone else are just trying to copy,,and making a bad job.....
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One of the most varied Led Zep albums, and, not coincidentally, one of their finest, with the gentle Rain Song and humorous D'yer Mak'er balancing off the crushing Dancing Days and No Quarter . From 1973.

Robert Plant once said that a chunk of the Zep catalog was "music for hippie bookstores." While much of Houses of the Holy thumps hard enough to knock the incense holders off the speakers, the generally upbeat vibe makes this a great choice for playing on the first (dancing) day of spring, windows flung wide open as Jimmy Page's lead lines soar out over the neighbors' rosebushes. Plant is at his most lovey-dovey here, whether updating Chuck Berry on "The Ocean," extolling the virtues of his Page 3 girl on "The Crunge," or writing greeting cards for that patchouli-scented side-street shop on "The Rain Song." In a word: grand. --Rickey Wright
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