What was that last post about? Psh, hell yes Im writing!
Alright, enough chuckles for now. Isn’t your belly soar? My eyes are watering.. No! Im not crying! Maybe though.. In merriment I do this “)
To begin my actual review, I will kick it off with the actual fucking rock n’ roll that is Led Zeppelin.
LED ZEPPELIN (LIVE BBC SESSIONS)
don’t leave yet. Those caps, yeah, those- they are capped to serve title purposes. PR? Neaah.
The Live BBC Sessions do something (I would say, as usual,but I can’t. Each Zepp album is very distinct, unique: thus, no one album is similar to any other album recorded by Zepp. Each album is a trip unto it’s own) that is, in my mind, a bit risky. Disconnect from the world, and open Zepp. Here’s what obvious from the get-go: various tracks appear more than once. Concerning what appears on iTunes, this could deter the curious listener from spending the eighteen some dollars. Fuck, eighteen dollars isn’t cheap. Good thing you carry a twin-twin twenty on you you radical ‘yote. Do it, dance like a maniac.
Remember what I was saying earlier about each Zepp album being like different galaxies unto their own? Right, well get this- the Live BBC Sessions album gives you a mother system of wealth, with each track birthing epic planets and black holes and gnarly ass space worms with huge, gangly lookin’ wolf teeth… These tracks are starving: they’re about to die, so…
You love live, unplugged type of (gather around the couch with an amp five feet away and bongos two feet from your feet) music? Live BBC Sessions are alive- fresh, essential. Yes, that’s another way of saying, “this album has live tracks”.
This of course, is all for the hard-core Zepp fan. Neahh, fuck that– this is for anyone who enjoys music… If you’re a machine, fuck off.. This is for humans only.