Led Zeppelin is the 70s rockstar archetype. There are few such legendary bands. Here is another that was cut tragically short, but maintains a supremely legendary legacy. None of the remaining members went on to do work more special than the band.
On the 'In Through the Out Door' seven-minute opener, "In The Evening," Jimmy Page augments his guitar with a Gizmotron, John Paul Jones plays Abba-fied synth, Robert Plant wails about loneliness and John Bonham makes like a crocked wildebeest.