Zeppelin III in my collection any longer to provide a
review at this time. There is some information from Keith Shadwick's
book Led Zeppelin 1968-1980
of interest to include, btw, it's a great book.
Plant renting a cottage in Wales to write the majority of the album.
From Led Zeppelin 1968-1980
"Ideas started and developed this spring included such
subsequent Led Zeppelin III material as "Friends,"
"Celebration Day," Gallows Pole," "That's the
Way," Hats off to (Roy) Harper" and "Hey Hey What Can
I Do" (the B-side to "Immigrant Song"). Also started
in pieces that later became "Poor Tom," Over the Hills and
Far Away," "Down By the Seaside," Bron Yr-Aur,"
and "The Rover"...