Positive: 10 out of 10
Mixed: 0 out of 10
Negative: 0 out of 10
Jun 11, 2014Little more needs to be emphasized about the lasting importance of these prototypes other than this third reissue tweaks the sound with Page’s new remastering revealing nuances in the playing and arrangements that further enhance their already substantial historical cachet.
Jun 6, 2014While not the towering achievement of its brothers in numerology, Led Zeppelin III remains one of the great albums in rock and roll history, significant for its role in establishing the legend of Led Zeppelin that would become fact with Led Zeppelin IV.
Positive: 3 out of 3
Mixed: 0 out of 3
Negative: 0 out of 3
Aug 7, 2014The best remastering yet and closest to the feeling of the original released album. First thing I noticed was that feeling was back, thatThe best remastering yet and closest to the feeling of the original released album. First thing I noticed was that feeling was back, that feeling I had when I first listened to the album many years ago.....Thank you JIMMY PAGE and all who are credited for making this happen !!!!!!!
Now how about a fun tour to give all 1 more fix of that lasting taste of live power that only the zep can deliver.................RL… Expand
Aug 12, 2014Led Zeppelin III (whether it is the best of the 3 is widely debated I'm sure) is to me a classic album of hard and soft rock and folk that hasLed Zeppelin III (whether it is the best of the 3 is widely debated I'm sure) is to me a classic album of hard and soft rock and folk that has proudly earned its place among time's greatest. (not saying that the other two albums aren't classics as well, this one just happens to be my favorite of the 3).… Expand
Oct 16, 2014Sorry, but this still sounds like a "difficult third album" to me. A patchy mix of tracks, put together by a band recuperating from massiveSorry, but this still sounds like a "difficult third album" to me. A patchy mix of tracks, put together by a band recuperating from massive initial success and endless touring. Full marks to LZ for taking the time to radically expand their musical palette though, and there are certainly plenty of highlights on show - but there are nondescript and unfocused moments as well.
This is the album where LZ first threw their hat into the prog/folk rock ring, but with limited success. The remastering is pretty good, but not startling. And the extra disk also doesn't add very much of note by my reckoning, except a couple of nice blues tracks. The repackaging is well done, though.
So, for LZ fans, this is a worthwhile purchase - but for most people, suggest you go straight to their bonafide masterpiece - LZ4. Better rock, better prog, better folk, and better realised.… Expand
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