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And Then There Were Three... Zep 4...

zep200Led Zeppelin's fourth album didn't even have an official title.  Also known as the "rune" album or Zoso because of the medieval symbols adorning the inner sleeve, it took Zeppelin from mere stardom to the stratosphere.  It comes in at Number 3 in the Eagle's Greatest Classic Rock Albums of All Time.  Most of the songs on it are classic rock staples, but all take a back seat to the band's magnum opus... Stairway to Heaven.  Love to get your thoughts/comments.   Catch a replay of the Zoso story tonight at 8, or listen On Demand at

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08/05/2009 9:55AM
And Then There Were Three... Zep 4...
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08/05/2009 2:45PM
Evan Mills
Wow, i can't believe it, i thought for sure this was gonna be #1...
08/05/2009 3:31PM
Rusell Hunt
Hello Tom Nakashima, Great choice for the number four album. But I was looking through the list so far and I don't see any Black Sabbith nor Queen. Am I missing something. Anyway other then that I think the list is great. Thanks Rusell.
08/09/2009 8:26AM
Well you got 30 out of 50 right. Here' what you missed. 1)Aqualung-Jethro Tull 2)Every picture tells a story-Rod Stewart 3)The Who live at Leeds 4)Bayou Country-CCR 5)Stephen Stills-First solo album 6)Chicago Transit Authority 7)A space in time-Ten years after 8)Tumbleweed Connection-Elton John 9)Santana -First album 10)End of the Innocence-Don Henley 11)Loggins and Messina-On Stage 12)After the gold rush-Neil Young 13)Revolver-The Beatles 14)Moondance-Van Morrison 15)Led Zeppelin II 16)Band on the run-Paul McCartney 17)Crosby,Stills and Nash-First album 18)Get Ready-Rare Earth 19)Mad dogs and Englishmen-Joe Cocker 20)Help -The Beatles
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