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  1. Brian
    July 8, 2018 @ 8:28 pm

    As a musician now playing electric bass/acoustic guitar/mandolin and Dobro I revisited this album again… bringing back memories when first bought this recording in 1973…I am absolutely astounded…! Playing many years in local rock/country bands I am now returning back to my “roots” to embark on a single one man mostly acoustic act, learning and playing multiple genre/types of music from Doc Watson to Mississippi John Hurt to Grateful Dead and tunes in-between to round things out. Playing any of Led Zep’s music faithfully as recorded is a huge challenge! I regard Led Zep 3 to be their utmost finest…


  2. Anthem of the Peaceful Army | Modern Rock Review
    November 16, 2018 @ 11:44 am

    […] number also includes Greta Van Fleet’s closest brush with actually name-checking Led Zeppelin. In Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song”; they came “from the land of ice and snow”; in “Age of Man,” it’s onward “to […]


  3. AeroplaneBlues
    October 8, 2020 @ 2:48 am

    Fantastic review. Bravo!!! Bravo!!!


  4. Loneliness Anonymous by Darcie Miner | Modern Rock Review
    June 13, 2022 @ 2:39 pm

    […] in the song “24”, where the distant steel guitar adds intrigue similar to Jimmy Page in Zeppelin’s classic “That’s the Way”. This tune about outlook on life at different ages blends the “traditional” Darcie […]


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