The effect is sensational: rootsy and bluesy, he combines Led Zeppelin III and IV-era blues rock with a flavour of country.
What does LZIII stand for?
LZIII stands for Led Zeppelin III (album)
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The effect is sensational: rootsy, bluesy and consistently beautiful, he combines Led Zeppelin III and IV-era blues rock with a flavour of country to create something of a masterpiece.
The Led Zeppelin III sleeve notes read, "Credit must be given to Bron-Yr-Aur, a small derelict cottage in South Snowdonia for painting a somewhat forgotten picture of true completeness which acted as an incentive to some of these musical statements.
Though the cottage had no running water or electricity, the band wrote and recorded much of their massively successful third album there, named simply Led Zeppelin III.
It is on Led Zeppelin III, which I've always loved.
Mothership jettisons the folk acoustics of Led Zeppelin III and cherry-picks the full-on rock of Immigrant Song ("Ahh, ahh, ahh, ahh
After two and a half years of solid touring, with some shows lasting over three hours, the band retired to a cottage in Bron-Yr-Aur, South Wales, to work on Led Zeppelin III.