Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin I



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The debut album from what was to be one of the biggest rock bands ever. Signed by Ahmet Ertegan to Atlantic, based on their blues roots and Jimmy Page's guitar reputation from his Yardbird days, this first release from 1969 became an instant classic blend of English power riffs and rock plus the Chicago blues they were weaned on. Besides Page's virtuoso guitar style this album introduced the rest of the world to the distictive banshee wail of vocalist Robert Plant, the late John Bonham's thunderous drumming and the sensitive bass and keyboards of John Paul. It was the launching of a phenonenom.



1. Good Times Bad Times
2. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
3. You Shook Me
4. Dazed and Confused
5. Your Time is Gonna Come
6. Black Mountain Side
7. Communication Breakdown
8. I Can't Quit You Baby
9. How Many More Times

Customer Reviews (4.83 Stars) 12 person(s) rated this product.

Tip Top Again for Classic Records

posted on 02/02/2014
5 Stars
I've not heard or have a few thousand dollars to spare for a first pressing of this album but I'm sure this is the next best thing - maybe better?. The record is flat, the sound warm and pure. I really wish I'd bought this earlier.


PEARL

posted on 05/21/2012
5 Stars
THE BEST SOUNDING LED ZEPPELIN ON THE MARKET,SO FAR...A REAL TREASURE...THE DOCTOR


DO NOT DELAY

posted on 05/19/2010
5 Stars
I'll write the same thing for this Zeppelin that I wrote for Zeppelin II. I've owned every format that this album has been released in since I first bought it when it was first released and this is the very best I've heard it sound. My last copy was the Japanese SHM-CD. If you have planned on buying this then don't wait because once they are sold out then that's it.


Great Version of a Fantastic Album

posted on 04/16/2010
5 Stars
I see the last review was a couple of years ago, so I'll post a new one. Wow...what a great-sounding album. Don't pay any attention to the three-star review. I'm sitting in front of a great system in a good-sounding room, and this record beats the other two pressings I have.


What, are ya goofy?

posted on 08/18/2008
5 Stars
One of the best albums ever made. Buy it you puss!


Worth every cent - even at $125

posted on 07/04/2008
5 Stars
Reviewer: Gordon R Green
This is how Led Zeppelin is supposed to sound. The LPs that Classic Records produces are second to none. Let us just hope that they keep doing what they are doing, and that they decide to do additional pressings of the early Led Zeppelin catalog.


A must for Zeppelin fans

posted on 06/20/2008
5 Stars
Reviewer: EdAInWestOC
I have 5 different pressings of this classic and this one beats my prior favorite with room to spare. Sonically this is not as good as LZII or LZIV but it obviously is only limited by the quality of the original master tape (which really isn't that bad). Don't expect to find sonic nirvana here but you will get the best possible pressing of a classic rock masterpiece.

Highly recommended...


Disappointing

posted on 01/17/2008
3 Stars
I guess the record sounds okay; however, I expected more. It seems to me that very few classic rock records sound as good as I expect. Maybe it is my system. By contrast, at the same time I bought Led Zeppelin I; I bought Ray Sings Basie Swings. There is no comparsion in sound quality. I want all records to sound as great as Ray Sings Basie Swings.


Zep I what can you say

posted on 12/06/2007
5 Stars
You can't believe how this sounds!!! No comparison to CD.


WONDERFULL

posted on 01/28/2006
5 Stars
Reviewer: Javi
First I'd like thanks to AcousticSounds for your service. About to Led Zeppelin's first album in 200gr it's fantastic the sound, John Booham seems play the drums next to you, the sound is very very very good. I love Led Zep and this version I love more.


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