Rocker_Man

"Rocker_Man"
 
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Presence ~ Led Zeppelin
Presence ~ Led Zeppelin
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Presence (1976.) Led Zeppelin's seventh album.
In 1976, Led Zeppelin released their seventh studio album, the oddly-entitled Presence. With their previous studio effort, Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin had served up a double-LP rock and roll masterpiece that has been hailed as one of the band's finest, if not THE finest, release of their career. As you probably would have guessed, fans of Plant, Jones, Page, and Bonham had high hopes for the release that would follow Physical Graffiti. How does the Presence album measure up? If you want to find out, read on.
After hearing the masterpiece entitled Physical Graffiti, this album was a letdown. Rather than a double-LP set with a… Read more
Physical Graffiti (2CD) ~ Led Zeppelin
Physical Graffiti (2CD) ~ Led Zeppelin
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Physical Graffiti (1975.) Led Zeppelin's sixth album.
By 1975, Led Zeppelin had already proven themselves to be gods of rock and roll. What the Beatles were to the sixties, Led Zeppelin was to the seventies. The band had already released five albums, each one of which being excellent. Already they had experimented with a number of sounds, sometimes with excellent results, sometimes with, well, less than stellar results. The band released its sixth album, entitled Physical Graffiti, in 1975. How do Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham, and John Paul Jones measure up this time around? Read on for my review of the album.
This is Led Zeppelin's most lengthy album, and the only one of… Read more
Box Set ~ Buffalo Springfield
Box Set ~ Buffalo Springfield
3.0 out of 5 stars For fans only, July 18 2004
Buffalo Springfield was a great classic rock act, but sadly, they never really got the credit they deserved. This was strange, because the band contained some future rock stars, including Stephen Stills, Jim Messina and Neil Young. The band's folk/country rock stylings were excellent, but their popularity paled in comparison to the Byrds and Bob Dylan, the mastermind folk rockers of the day. What a shame. Just because these guys were less popular doesn't mean they were less interesting. How does the Buffalo Springfield Box Set measure up? Read on and find out.
PROS:
-THIS BOX SET FEATURES A TON OF RARITIES BY THE BAND THAT NEVER MADE IT ONTO ALBUMS. If you're one of the few… Read more