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Walking Into Clarksdale

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant

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Customer Reviews

Page and Plant: The Fathers of Heavy Metal

This album gets almost as many spins as Dean Jay L.P. in my house. Page and Plant rule rock 'n' roll.

Needs some clean up….

The songs are all over the place, and most don't quite hit the mark. Page seems to be pulling out his guitar encyclopedia, injecting interesting tidbits here and there, but too much of his playing here is merely okay and not memorable. Plant seems to be saving up his voice for ?? He seems to be avoiding specific tonal ranges, and it shows. At worst, his voice can be somewhat irritating on songs, and he tries to "oh yeah" his way through in a whiney off tune kind a way.. i see why this work doesn't bolt to the LZeps fans favorites.

Very underrated

This album does not deserve all the bad rep it gets. It sounds great, the songs are incredible, and it's all in all a very great album. Don't listen to the negative reviews

Biography

Born: January 9, 1944 in Heston, Middlesex, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Unquestionably one of the all-time most influential, important, and versatile guitarists and songwriters in rock history is Jimmy Page. Just about every rock guitarist from the late '60s/early '70s to the present day has been influenced by Page's work with Led Zeppelin — his monolithic riffs served as a blueprint for what would eventually become heavy metal, yet he refused to be pigeonholed to any single musical style (touching upon folk, country, funk, blues, and other genres). Page also lent...
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