Discussion in 'Survey Center' started by NN4RH, Jan 3, 2010.
Physical Graffiti by far..
In the Light one of the best songs ever made..
just listen to this...
Led Zeppelin I, great album.. although there was no choice for all of them.. which would have been the correct answer.
Not to mention MOBY!
My favorites are I and III. One of my first dates when I actually had a car to drive was with a prissy chick. We went out to the airport, supposedly to "watch the planes". I put in LZ I, an 8-track at that, and cranked it up. It went downhill from there and within 20 minutes, I had her back at her door. You either got it, or you don't! Musta been a Communications Breakdown! Since I've been Loving You, from III is in my top 5 favorites of all time. Rick, n5xm
Alright! Why do I always read that as Zed Leppelin? Is that the official website band here?
i wasn't even born when Bonham died, lol. love letting the led out, though. i grew up on them (my mom was really cool).
You're kidding, right? That was on the album where they totally had to sell out and go Pop.
Its a tough choice between Houses of the Holy and Physical Grafitti, although the only two Led Zeppelin albums I never owned was, In through the out door, and CODA. I just never cared quite as much for those two . Zeppelin One - Four Rocks! and, are awesome albums. Presence is awesome too, I remember the year my Mom and Dad bought me that for Christmas.
Led Zeppelin was BIG, almost everything they did was superb, Jimmy Page owned the guitar, Robert Plant's vocals were breathtaking, John Bonham's drumming was intense, and John Paul Jones bass was superb. One of the biggest and best Rock and Roll bands in the world, right there with Pink Floyd!
LOL, that was your problem, Physical Grafitti side 4 would have been the perfect rhythm. It worked for me!
1. "Night Flight" (Jones, Page, Plant) December 1970–January 1971 3:36
2. "The Wanton Song" January–February 1974 4:07
3. "Boogie with Stu" (Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant, Ian Stewart, Mrs. Valens) December 1970–January 1971 3:53
4. "Black Country Woman" May 1972 4:24
5. "Sick Again" January–February 1974 4:42