26 Timthom62 1 month ago What,"Hot Dog" didn't make the cut? Piffle!Just kidding. Such lists are always so subjective that they please few.For me, growing up in the late '70s, Led Zeppelin was what older brothers listened to. Given a Led Zeppelin t-shirt for my birthday in 1976 by an older and much-hipper cousin, I wore it to my junior high school one day only to be accosted by another student who informed me that "You don't even know what Led Zeppelin is about!." After the fight, and a spell in the Principal's office, I went home and never wore the shirt again.The truth was that I didn't, in fact, know what Led Zeppelin "was about." It was only later that I realized that nobody else did either. It was all just vague enough that everyone could convince themselves that they understood it.I do know riffs and rhythms, which Led Zeppelin had in abundance, but on the whole it left me cold. "Nobody's Fault But Mine"? Give me Blind Willie Johnson's version every time - the vocals are painful to listen to, but the emotion, at least, is real.So, like The Who, Led Zeppelin is just another band that I never "got." Perhaps if it hadn't been for all that mystical claptrap, and that darned t-shirt, things might have turned out differently.