First a note about Zeppelin. If you scoured the internet for lists of the greatest rock bands ever you could distill it down to a few.. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, AC/DC (yes AC/DC) and Led Zeppelin. For sure the top 3 are The Beatles, The Stones and Zep. Depending on the list, the day of the week and which sun is in the 7th house any of those could be in the number one spot. Which album of Zeppelin's is their best also changes on a regular bases. I certainly didn't need to listen to this album to write this, but I did anyway. Mainly because part of the project is revisiting things that I haven't heard in years. One thing stoof out to me that I don't think I ever noticed before. The bass line in The Lemon Song. It's fantastic. I, admittedly spent most of my attention listening to Page and Plant when listening to Zeppelin. Occasionally shifting my focus to Bonham, but seldom do I sit and just listen to John Paul Jones' amazing bass lines. One of the things that I have always loved and admired about Zeppelin was the chemistry they had as a group. You can really hear that each one of these guys is playing in their own world and yet somehow are together. They are sloppy for sure, but sloppy in a loose, funky way that no one can do today. A record like this would never make it to press. You can really hear this in The Lemon Song. Jones is playing his line and everyone else is dancing around it, almost as if it wasn't even there. It really enchanting to hear. My new favorite moment on this record!