Led Zeppelin IV – Forty Years Ago Today

November 8, 2011

40 years ago today, the greatest rock band of all-time released the greatest rock album of all-time, Led Zeppelin IV. A powerhouse from the legendary opening vocal intro of “Black Dog” to the final notes of the hypnotic Mississippi blues-infused “When The Levee Breaks,” IV contains eight radio classics including “Rock And Roll,” “The Battle Of Evermore,” “Misty Mountain Hop,” “Four Sticks,” “Going To California,” and, of course, the ultimate rock anthem, “Stairway To Heaven.”

“Hats Off…” to Jimmy, Robert, John Paul, and John for creating a true work of art that only gets better with age.

And yes I ordered and downloaded it today!

Led Zeppelin IV

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