Florida Tribute Experience, In the Light of Led Zeppelin, have come together in celebration of the legacy left behind from arguably one of the greatest bands of all-time. Through inspiration derived from Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, the Florida rockers have been enamoring crowds with their sacred touch on the classic Zeppelin discography that houses some of the most progressive and creative music that music lovers have ever experienced. And yes, even the name behind their musical experience stems from the track, “In the Light”, from Led Zeppelin’s 1975 release, ‘Physical Graffiti’. The guys came together in Pompano, Florida to record their latest release, ‘Pompeii Sessions’: here’s what we took away from a truly revolutionary listening experience.
Kicking off with the first track, “Dancing Days”, from ‘Houses of the Holy’, the guys tie in an element of worldly influence that adds a zest and raw emotionality that creates a seemingly spiritual musical experience. The second track, “Ramble On”, from ‘Led Zeppelin II’, is a less amped up version of the original yet weaves in a tasteful and spirited essence through gentle instrumentals that are full of culture and passion. You may think that you’re listening to the original over the third track, “Battle of Evermore”, from ‘Led Zeppelin IV’, which kicks off sounding practically identical yet takes a turn as Scott Board’s deep and sultry vocals levitate listeners into a place that expands the mind and opens the heart.
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The fourth track, “The Rain Song”, from ‘Houses of the Holy’, laces in a modern twist in which you can hear new technological advancements being incorporated, yet that very idiosyncratic quality doesn’t deter the Florida rockers from paying respect to the soul within the original. The fifth track, “Friends”, from ‘Led Zeppelin II’, serves as an enduring listening experience in which In the Light of Led Zeppelin recreate the sound of the original while tying in their own compelling intimacy. The sixth track, “Four Sticks”, from ‘Led Zeppelin IV’, begins with a less grungy instrumental opening as Scott Board’s vocals take listeners to heavenly heights and are bound to leave Robert Plant proud. Closing out with “Kashmir” from ‘Physical Graffiti’, In the Light of Led Zeppelin capture the raw excitement within the fluctuating emotional impact of the original with grace and ease.
Honoring and keeping the legacy of Led Zeppelin alive with class and extensive musical and creative prowess, In the Light of Led Zeppelin is an experience that you do not want to miss. If you’re a Zeppelin junkie, then grab your copy of ‘Pompeii Sessions’ on Apple Music, catch a show and check out previous work from In the Light of Led Zeppelin now on YouTube.
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