“And as we wind on down the road …” of Season 10 of Finest Worksongs, we turn our attention to perhaps the original Monsters of Rock: Lez Zeppelin. Their fourth album (sometimes called “IV,” sometimes referred to as “ZoSo”) was released in 1971 and was an immediate and longstanding success. “IV” became one of those albums that everyone seemingly had thanks to the might of muscle of “Rock and Roll,” “Black Dog,” the marathon majesty of “Stairway to Heaven,” and the mystical and mysterious “Battle of Evermore” — not to mention the pounding of “When the Levee Breaks.” It’s an album that showcases the best of Page, Plant, Bonham and Jones, and it truly stands the test of time — more than 50 years later. 

You can listen to Led Zeppelin IV on Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, or Damone’s cadillac.

 

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