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Led Zeppelin I (Ltd.ed.) [Limited Edition]

Led Zeppelin Audio CD
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1. Good times bad times
2. Babe I'm gonna leave you
3. You shook me
4. Dazed and confused
5. Your time is gonna come
6. Black mountain side
7. Communication breakdown
8. I can't quit you baby
9. How many more times

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Enregistré au cours de l'automne 1968, avant même que le contrat avec Atlantic n'ait été signé, Led Zeppelin I, dès sa sortie, a produit un impact considérable sur les foules. Produit par Jimmy Page lui-même, comme les albums à venir, il vaut certes par les grandes qualités du guitariste, qui maîtrise parfaitement les différentes pédales à effet, mais encore par la prodigieuse entente entre les quatre musiciens, éblouissants dans les morceaux hard comme dans ceux qui puisent aux sources du blues et du folk. "Communication Breakdown", "How Many More Times", "You Shook Me", "I Can't Quit You Baby" (deux compositions du bluesman Willie Dixon), voilà au moins quatre titres qui expliquent comment naissent les légendes. --Philippe Margotin

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UK remastered reissue of 1969 album, packaged in a limited edition miniature LP sleeve. 9 tracks. Warner. 2003.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Beginning Of It All July 7 2004
By The Guy
Format:Audio CD
Yeah, this is where it all began for the mighty Zeppelin, and what a great first album! It's also probably their rawest, but it's still great and you don't need to skip any tracks either. It's also amazing that they even recorded this before they actually had a record deal. "Good Times, Bad Times" is a killer opening track because it showcases every musician's talent very well. You've got great guitar work by Jimmy Page, excellent bass lines by JPJ, great drum work by Bohnam, and of course Plant's vocals are also showcased well. "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" starts out in a folksy acoustic way, then crescendoes into the full band (a precusor to "Stairway"), and another killer track. "You Shook Me" is a great workout of a Willie Dixon standard and features great guitar solos by Page, great organ solos by Jones, and pretty good harmonica by Plant, but then it transitions into "Dazed and Confused," arguably the best track on the album. You've got a classic bass riff to start it out, then you've got Page's violin bow solo in the middle, and then the guitar solo to finish it out. It provides the template for their improvisation that they did in concert, where they usually stretched it out to about 30 minutes. Another interesting note is that the Yardbirds performed this song, with different lyrics, under the title "I'm Confused", and it actually sounds pretty close to this version. "Your Time Is Gonna Come" is another stellar track beginning with an organ solo by John Paul Jones. From there, the album moves on to "Black Mountain Side," a two minute instrumental with guitar and tabla, which makes for a very eastern-sounding song. It's also similar to Bert Jansch's "Black Water Side. Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Landmark Rock 'n Roll Event Sept. 18 2002
Format:Audio CD
This albumn is frequently considered to be a watershed event in Rock 'n Roll. Give the credit to Jimmy Page who concieved this sound and put this band together on the fly.
Considering the impact this record had, it's chronology is rather amazing. Zeppelin was formed under the auscpices of finding new members of the Yardbirds, who were still a working band. Original members Kieth Relf and Jim McCarty quit the band in July of '68. Until August, Yardbird Chris Deja was to be a member of the band. Deja and Page had no clue as to who they wanted to replace the old Yardbird members. They went after Steve Marriot of Small Faces to sing. He reccomended another singer who reccomended 19-year-old Robert Plant. Deja and Page hired Plant who reccomended Jon Bonham to play the drums, whom they also hired. In mid-August, Deja quit. Page hired John Paul Jones, an associate from his session days to play bass and keyboards.
The Yardbirds had concert obligations which the new band had to fulfill. Their first concert was Sept. 7th. They recorded this albumn in mid-October in only 30 hours. The next month they embarked on a U.S. tour.
Page's 2-year stint with the Yardbirds was an uninspired period. Page as a creative force seemed to pale vs. his predeccessor, Jeff Beck. So how did this albumn come about? It's like nothing the Yardbirds, who were entrenched in quasi-psychadelia, were doing a the time. Page went back to the raw blues sound of the early Yardbirds, but added guitar dynamics of the Hendrix, John McGlaughlin era. That he was able to find Plant and Bonham, whose power was so well suited for Zeppelin, in two weeks, is astonishing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
ce box set est tout simplement magnifique une piece de collection a se procurer led zeppelin sera toujours present musicalement meme après toutes ces annees cette musique traversera les epoques a venir encore et encore la remasterisation des enregistrements est tres bien fait et le cd bonus en vaut la chandelle avec un spectacle a paris en 1969
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The beginning of a change in rock March 28 2013
Format:Audio CD
LED ZEPPELIN'S excellent debut album is the strongest debut album by any band ever. Inspired by the works of Cream and starring the (in)famous Jimmy Page of the YARDBIRDS fame, LED ZEPPELIN will forever be among the greats of rock. Inspiring bands all over the world including AC / DC and RUSH, the combination of Page's masterful guitar hooks, mixed with the super frenetic drumming by the late, great John Bonham will shatter you're senses, as well as your windows. The bass by Jon Paul Jones is the fattest sounding bass in the history of music. The only one who comes close is Geddy Lee. After you listen to LED ZEPPELIN'S first four albums, the blend of smooth blues, relaxing folk and hard - hitting rock will surely make you clamor for more. This is where it all started. This is rock at it's finest. This is LED ZEPPELIN.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I like that old time rock n roll!! Aug. 21 2006
By Tommy Skylar TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
INTRO:Led Zeppelin is one of the greatest band who ever walked on this planet great albums,songs,carreer Zeppelin did it all but back in 1968 when they got together they had nothing. Zeppelin was made by Jimmy Page who played with one of the most famous band in the 60s the Yardbirds after the band broke up Jimmy recruted musicians Robert Plant at vocals,John Bonham at drums and John Paul Jones at bass.The band quickly fit and chose Led Zeppelin as their name taken from`Lead Zeppelin`changed into `Led`.

First Recording:The first album was made very fast.Some covers,originals but they let the music speak for itself.They then were able to get a recording contract with Atlantic records and their first album self-titled Led Zeppelin came out in early january `69.Zeppelin were on the charts in no time and were touring America for the first time,but were struggling to get attention at home.Zeppelin made one of their finest recordings here Best or Not is not the question,my questions is do you have it?If not buy it... now!

SONGS:Some covers overs but mostly originals songs are great from begening to end.`Comunication breackdown` is great, memorable songs here `Your time is gonna come`,`I cant quit you babe`,`How many more times`,`dazed and confused and so on...So you bought it yet?

`69:When he band started as the new Yardbirds and eventually changed their name to Led Zeppelin.The first album was made in 68 and released the following year.They first toured America in 69.By the end of`69 Atlantic was screaming for another album the band did so and was named`II`.69 has been a great begening year and it Zepppelin only starting giving a little taste of what 70`s rock would be like.The band would latter achieve ``legends``status and inspired many...
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