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Includes bibliographical references p. While Led Zeppelin took the blues to a louder and more bombastic place than any band before them, it was always still blues, just turned up to 12 and wearing a pair of tight white trousers. Black Sabbath invented metal. There was no metal, and then there was Black Sabbath, and now there is metal. If you need more proof than that, it can be found in this book.
Cope, however, is listening -- too closely for many readers, I suspect -- though his observations are spot on. The story goes on from there.get link
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I mean, Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin both got together in over 40 years ago and while I dig both bands, I question whether a discussion about who started which genre is relevant to anybody, right now. If it is, the author needs to remind me why, but Cope never does. As we head into a brief summer publication break to enjoy the summer sun for a few days, it's the perfect time to take stock of the year in music so far.
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