Revisiting Led Zeppelin ‘III’

The relaxed acoustic sessions produced a completed version of “That’s the Way,” and arrangements were settled upon for “Bron-Y-Aur Stomp,” a sort of country song; “Friends,” which would later include strings; “Tangerine” and “Gallows Pole,” the latter three for which ideas had already been growing in Page’s wheelhouse. “Tangerine” went back to his days in the Yardbirds.