LED ZEPPELIN LED ZEPPELIN II LP 1969 ORIGINAL MASTER RECORDING MINT - rare vinyl collector item


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LED ZEPPELIN "LED ZEPPELIN II" LP 1969 ORIGINAL MASTER RECORDING MINT-

LED ZEPPELIN LED ZEPPELIN II LP 1969 ORIGINAL MASTER RECORDING MINT
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#24129
Ebay Item #
201412297360
Sold Price
$399.99
Bids
1
Auction End date
17 Aug 2017
Seller Location
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania

Item Description

YOU ARE BIDDING ON A VERYMASTER RECORDINGBYLED ZEPPLEIN SIMPLYCALLED "LED ZEPPELIN II". IT WAS RELEASED ON THEATLANTICLABEL (MFSL 1-065) OUT OFJAPANIN 1982THEGATEFOLD COVER& THE LPAREMINT- (YOU WON'T FIND A CLEANER COPY)

***ALL LP'S COMES IN RESEALABLE JAPANESE MYLAR SLEEVES FOR PROTECTION

**************MOST LP'S ARE DOWN GRADED JUST TO AVOID ANY CONTROVERSY. I'VE BEEN SELLING LP'S FOR OVER 3 DECADES BUT EVERYBODY HAS DIFFERENT IDEA'S ABOUT GRADING

Tracklist

Whole Lotta Love What Is And What Should Never Be The Lemon Song Thank You Heartbreaker Livin' Lovin' Wreck (She's A Woman) Ramble On Moby Dick Bring It On Home


Recorded quickly during Led Zeppelin's first American tours, Led Zeppelin II provided the blueprint for all the heavy metal bands that followed it. Since the group could only enter the studio for brief amounts of time, most of the songs that compose II are reworked blues and rock & roll standards that the band was performing on-stage at the time. Not only did the short amount of time result in a lack of original material, it made the sound more direct. Jimmy Page still provided layers of guitar overdubs, but the overall sound of the album is heavy and hard, brutal and direct. "Whole Lotta Love," "The Lemon Song," and "Bring It on Home" are all based on classic blues songs -- only, the riffs are simpler and louder and each song has an extended section for instrumental solos. Of the remaining six songs, two sport light acoustic touches ("Thank You," "Ramble On"), but the other four are straight-ahead heavy rock that follows the formula of the revamped blues songs. While Led Zeppelin II doesn't have the eclecticism of the group's debut, it's arguably more influential. After all, nearly every one of the hundreds of Zeppelin imitators used this record, with its lack of dynamics and its pummeling riffs, as a blueprint.