Led Zeppelin — Presence

Author: tracysigler | Posted: May 20th, 2008 | | Tags: , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

Led Zeppelin -- Presence

I typically play what I’m posting, but today I’m posting what I’ve been playing: Led Zeppelin’s Presence (1976). I had a hankering to hear “Nobody’s Fault but Mine,” but once this record started spinning I rediscovered some other gems like “Hots on for Nowhere” and “Royal Orleans.” There are only seven songs, but I was still surprised to read this album was recorded and mixed in only 17 days. I believe I bought Presence in the mid ’80s when I worked at a chain record store. I was late to the Zeppelin party due to acute punkrockitis.

More about Presence and the cover artwork at Wikipedia.

One Comment on “Led Zeppelin — Presence”

  1. 1 Keith said at 2:49 am on May 21st, 2008:

    Aw yeah, I do loves me some Presence. “Nobody’s Fault but Mine” and “Hots on for Nowhere” are two of my favorite Led Zeppelin tracks. Interesting Presence trivia… only Zep album with no acoustic tracks.

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