Houses Of The Holy - Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin - A Critical Retrospective (DVD)


2005
Label: Angry Penguin - PEN1798 • Format: DVD DVD-Video • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock •
Houses Of The Holy - Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin - A Critical Retrospective (DVD)

Houses of the Holy is the fifth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released on 28 March by Atlantic Records. The album benefited from two band members installing studios at home, which allowed them to develop more sophisticated songs and Genre: Hard rock.

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 · DVD TWO Led Zeppelin This is the definitive independent critical review which traces the development of the music of Led Zeppelin from Houses Of The Holy through to the end of the band following the tragic death of John Bonham.

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 · Led Zeppelin’s next album, “Houses Of The Holy”, was released in March and topped the charts around the world. Later that year, the band embarked on a North American tour that included three sold-out concerts at Madison Square Gardens in New York City.


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  1. Houses of the Holy is Zeppelin's Magnum Opus. Reviewed in the United States on Novem. Verified Purchase. I realize it is somewhat presumptious to say it, but I believe the best rock music critics have to at least give serious consideration to the idea that Houses of the Holy is Led Zeppelin /5().

  2. After the runaway success of "Led Zeppelin IV," Led Zeppelin reconvened and did the absolutely astoundingthey recorded a follow-up album that's even *better* than "Zeppelin IV" (though I certainly love "Zeppelin IV," mind you). 's "Houses Of The Holy" is, in my opinion, the band's masterpiece, a barnburning album that showcases all different sides to this legendary group, from the /5().

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