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From the early to mid-seventies, Led Zeppelin was the biggest band in the world. Dropping in 1970, Led Zeppelin III ensured this would be the case. Written largely in an 18th century Welsh cottage on a hilltop in the middle of nowhere, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant conceptualised and composed an album that would mark a shift from the bluesy, hard-rock sound of their early material. The new material would take an electric-folk direction, with greater focus on acoustic arrangements. And then there’s ‘The Immigrant Song’…
A1 Immigrant Song A2 Friends A3 Celebration Day A4 Since I've Been Loving You A5 Out On The Tiles B1 Gallows Pole B2 Tangerine B3 That's The Way B4 Bron-Y-Aur Stomp B5 Hats Off To (Roy) Harper