I know Zeppelin created Hard Rock but did they invent country? Listen to Tangerine and discuss. I think so because I've never heard anything that close to country recorded that long ago, but I hate country so I wouldn't know.
No, Country and Western has been around since the twenty's and thirties. That's basically how cowboy movies got popular.
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....Zep were HEAVILY influenced by british folk-Janch, Renbourn, Harper et al as well as rockabilly....not country which has been around since the twenties. ever heard of the Carter Family? hell, Hank Williams was around in the 40s.
lol first of all tangerine is NOT, and i repeat. NOT a country song. if you want a led zeppelin country song listen to hot dog... lol that's much closer to country than any other zeppelin song
how did Led Zep create hard rock and country?

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