Greta Van Fleet – The Battle At Garden’s Gate

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  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Graham Streek

    I took my time with this band. They’ve had stacks of publicity and airplay along with positive and negative comment. The positive comments to me have been along the lines of “Have you heard Greta Van Fleet? They sound just like Led Zeppelin”. The negative comments have been more like “Have you heard Greta Van Fleet? They sound just like Led Zeppelin” Amazing the difference the tone of voice can make to a sentence.

    I never been one to jump on the bandwagon of popular opinion, positive or negative, so I wanted to hear a bit and see just how creative they could be. Well truth be told their earlier releases did have that familiar Zeppelin sound particularly from the distinctive vocal style of Josh Kiska, and his brother Jake also has a Jimmy Page sound too. In the end So what! They’re hardly the first to have to deal with that criticism, and it’s not as if Zeppelin are making new stuff.

    Anyway, this album is different. This is a grown up band with a grown up sound. This is exceptional. I love every moment of this. It rocks but it has real depth and has quite a prog feel to it. Josh’s vocals are beautifully controlled and fluid almost yodelling at times. Forget what you may have been told, you need to hear this.

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