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Gloomy; Led Zeppelin: Led Zeppelin III

Vernon Gibbs, Columbia Daily Spectator, 21 October 1970

BRON-Y-AUR lies forgotten on the side of a lonely mountain in South Snowdonia, somewhere in England. From the distance, the peaks of the mountain spread shadows across the surrounding countryside. It has been said that at times the twin peaks, rounded by centuries of erosion, look surprisingly like aroused breasts, thus giving an erotic ambience to the shadows.

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