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By 1970, Led Zeppelin had already made a name for themselves as purveyors of massive riffs.
So when they released Led Zeppelin III, an album consisting mainly of acoustic material, it took the whole music world by surprise. The album boasts many great tracks including Gallows Pole, a frenzied take on a traditional folk tune, and two softer, more romantinng tunes, Tangerine and That’s The Way, proving that there was clearly more to Led Zeppelin than just pure power.
The album has stood the test of time and it is incredible to think that it was initially seen as a disappointment by critics and fans alike.