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Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Music Review: Led Zeppelin Live at the Royal Albert Music Hall 1970
This concert is available on You Tube, and as I enjoy the song Stairway to Heaven I thought I would give it a listen. However this was not in this set as not written until a year after this concert. If you are into long guitar riffs and long drum solos then this is your style of music. I think it got a bit long for me. Jimmy Page is a master of the guitar, and there are few with his skill. Vocals are provided by Robert Plant. Plant appears to be a baritone, meaning he often sings lower than most singers. However the vocals are not what carries this band. Lyrics are often not very creative. They also have John Bonham on drums and John Paul Jones on keyboard.