When you think of Led Zeppelin you probably think of the birth of the rock sound, big riffs, pounding drums, subtle and scintillating arrangements, intricate bass lines, and era-defining vocals. While this holds true, there’s another facet to Led Zeppelin, one where they harnessed their sonic magic through a more stripped-down and understated approach, trading the volume knob’s brute force for the grace of a finely woven ballad. Enter “The Rain Song.”…

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