QyyinBPYAE8fUc7a-0rPNfQAe1k DiFFnet's Video Break.: Led Zeppelin...Presence

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Led Zeppelin...Presence

  • Led Zeppelin - Presence Brazil Import

Editorial Reviews

Album Description 2005 Japanese standard jewel case pressing of Led Zeppelin's 1976 album. Features the same tracks and mastering as the US edition but includes an OBI and Japanese/English insert. Warner. 2005. Amazon.com Presence is one of Led Zeppelin's more overlooked albums, languishing in the monstrous shadow of its predecessor, Physical Graffiti. It's more noted in Zeppelin mythology for the circumstances in which it was recorded, in double-quick time with vocalist Robert Plant's leg in plaster after a car accident. The lack of time does show--much of the album feels like generic heavy rock, bigger on volume than variety. It's worth the price of the album, however, for the 10-minute-plus "Achilles Last Stand" (a crashing, galloping epic with John Bonham sounding like he's replaced his drumsticks with tree trunks) and "Nobody's Fault but Mine," a Blind Willie Johnson blues regenerated with a 3,000-watt boost by Jimmy Page. --David Stubbs
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