JJ's Vinyl Madness Countdown #730

By JJ
@JolietJake (41457)
November 17, 2017 3:34am CST
"The Godfathers of Heavy Metal" Not my favorite album by these guys, but neither is it my least-favorite. Like the three released before it, it would eventually sell over 1,000,000 copies. Recorded with the help of 'speaker boxes full of cocaine'. (Liner notes thank "the great COKE-cola Company of Los Angeles") Never was my drug of choice...maybe that's why this album didn't 'grab' me as much as some of the others. But it's Sabbath...at the time, it was hard to imagine them doing anything but putting out a great rock 'n roll album. Black Sabbath - Vol 4
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@JohnRoberts (41168)
• Los Angeles, California
17 Nov
If Black Sabbath are the godfathers of heavy metal, what is Led Zep?
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@JolietJake (41457)
17 Nov
Zep was more hard rock than metal...Stones are the World's Greatest Garage Band...not sure what crown Zep would wear
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@JohnRoberts (41168)
• Los Angeles, California
17 Nov
@JolietJake Just about everything I read and other bands credit Led Zep as the most influential to heavy metal. I think they influenced a wide variety of artists.
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@FourWalls (10046)
• United States
17 Nov
I think, or what I've read, is that Zep's influence was blues, and they made the blues rather loud.
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@allen0187 (27530)
• Philippines
18 Nov
\m/\m/
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@FourWalls (10046)
• United States
17 Nov
What an appropriate song on an album brought to you by coke.
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@silvermist (15794)
• India
17 Nov
I do listen to them once in a while.Never could get into their music .Not one of my favorites.
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