Physical Graffiti (2CD) Original recording remastered
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|1. Houses of the holy|
|2. Trampled underfoot|
|4. Custard pie|
|6. In my time of dying|
|7. In the light|
|8. Bron Y Aur stomp|
|9. Down by the seaside|
|10. Ten years gone|
|11. Night flight|
|12. Wanton song|
|13. Boogie with Stu|
|14. Black country woman|
|15. Sick again|
After a two-year hiatus, Led Zeppelin returned in 1975 with one of rock's greatest double albums, a sprawling work akin to Exile on Main Street in its loose, offhand brilliance. Includes Trampled Under Foot; Houses of the Holy; Kashmir; Down by the Seaside; Black Country Woman; In My Time of Dying , and more.
This 1975 release came smack in the middle of a long and nearly mythic career. Physical Graffiti is the last great Led Zeppelin title, recorded before the influences of the day (synthesizers, disco) ended Zeppelin's reign as the kings of loud and sexy blues-metal. Playfully experimenting with new sounds, the band blended Middle Eastern rhythms, folk-stylings, heavy blues, and deeply impassioned rock riffs into a two-disc set that sounded as if they were still enjoying their place in the rock pantheon. As sprawling and adventurous as this collection is, there are some tracks so tightly focused--so ultra-Zeppelinesque--that it's tempting to name this as a number one or number two must-have. "Trampled Underfoot" and "Custard Pie" alone are almost worth the double-disc price tag. --Lorry Fleming
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Physical Graffiti has always been my favourite Zeppelin album. I am so glad I bought this 3 CD package as the music contained is a revelation. Its even better than I could possibly hope for. The bonus CD is also very good. It shows songs in development and mixes that are different etc. Its like the icing on the cake.
In My Time Of Dying
Houses Of The Holy
In The Light
Down By The Seaside
Ten Years Gone
The Wanton Song
Boogie With Stu
Black Country Woman
Brandy And Coke (Trampled Under Foot-Initial Rough Mix)
Sick Again (Early Version)
In My Time Of Dying (Initial Rough Mix)
Houses Of The Holy (Rough Mix With Overdubs)
Everybody Makes It Through (In the Light Early Version)
Boogie With Stu (Different Mix)
Driving Through Kashmir (Kashmir Rough Orchestra Mix)
Anyone of the original album CD's could have been released as a multi million seller single album. This was Led Zeppelin at its creative and performing peak. It just doesn't get any better than this album.
I'm in love with this album! BUY IT!
The 2015 remastered PHYSICAL GRAFFITI is in my opinion , the best sounding version of this album on regular CDS.
P.G. is a little louder , much clearer and cleaner than before. It could be the best sounding of all of the LED ZEPPELIN remasters , so far.
While the other remasters are also excellent sounding this 2015 remaster seems to take this new remastering process to the next level.
In the opening song called "Custard Pie" PLANT'S voice is no longer lost in the mix. LED ZEP , were experimenting with Plant and other band members recording some of their song part's in the studio's hall way to create special sound effects. In the older versions PLANT'S voice seemed way too far away and in this case it didn't work so well. The beginning of "The Rover" also sounds vastly better.
The song called "Night Flights" is now at the same volume level as all of the other songs. "KASHMIR" , will blow your head off among other things. Other examples of vastly improved sound in this album's songs are "In The Light" , "Sick Again" and "Trampled Under Foot"
In the "The Wanton Song' " the guitar's sound just incredible , etc...etc...
This 2015 remaster fixes it all. The songs sound full , warm and alive not flat and tinny as before.
What really shines on this album are the drums. You hear every note. All the instruments are now in perfect balance with each other. If you own the Japanese SHM-CDS these remasters are louder than those ones but sound just as great.
They are not as loud as the , MOTHERSHIP CDS.
Again , as with the other LED ZEP remasters they are far , far better sounding than the old 1993 / 1994 remasters. FAR BETTER!!!
PAGE used the same remastering process as BOB LUDWIG used for the BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Album Collection Box Set Volume 1 and for , THE TRAGICALLY HIP'S "Fully Completely" CD remaster.
zeppelin at his best!
Doe's it sound better then the old cd?
Punch, fat sound....
No we csn hear what the john paul jones is really playing on bass, jimmy page guitar chop in your face....
the john bonham "shakin'drum groove" make me dance like i was in my teenage and i'm 48 yrs old....
It sound away better now....
cant wait for " in ttough the outdoor" master remix now....
Go mix now jimmy... hahaha
Custard pie- a great opener with a great riff and the usual excellent drumming
The Rover-one of my favorite Zeppelin songs recorded a few years earlier. what can you say . its perfect
In my time of dying- great slide work and awesome drumming
Houses of the holy- obviously left off the previous album which was a good idea because it really isnt that great
Trampled under foot- the most funky song they ever did , Plant describes a girl by way of automobile
Kashmir -the most popular song on here always will be great and cool
In the Light- one of the longest Zeppelin songs- has some cool keyboards that probably sound great if youre high
Bronyaur- recorded in 70 this is a great Page acoustic song
Down by the seaside- probably one of their worst songs ever. very boring . always skip it
Ten Years Gone-probably their BEST SONG EVER . this is Page at his best, so many different riffs and tons of guitar overdubs make this the highlight of Pages songwriting . a masterpiece
Night Flight -a great song but maybe the only Zeppelin song without a discernable riff , it has no solos either, this was actually recorded for Zeppelin IV
Wanton song- an excellent riff with great drums and hard to understand lyrics
Boogie with Stu- a jam session with Ian stewart of the Stones which is basically a reworking of Ooh My Head by Richie Valens. a fun song nonetheless
Black Country woman- recorded outside in 70 with plane noises and later drums and harmonica were added in the studio . a great acoustic song
Sick Again- Plants worst vocal ever. I think he was sick when they recorded it, hence the title .but is a very underrated classic
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In my opinion the best, most diverse Led Zeppelin album, faithfully packaged as the original was...a must if you call yourself a music fan!Published 4 months ago by Andrea Turnbull