“Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin” is the first and only official illustrated book to be produced in collaboration with the members of the band.[x_video_embed type="16:9"][/x_video_embed]
Complete lyrics and chords to 86 Led Zeppelin hits!
It was, and it remains, the greatest rock band the world has ever seen, a giant from the moment of its inception until long after its demise. Even today, more than 30 years after its final flight, Led Zeppelin offers the final word in rock innovation – the one band that so many try to …
“The four musicians that eventually came together as Led Zeppelin were a gift from on high” – Jimmy Page
Veteran music journalist Martin Popoff picks apart each of these 81 studio tracks, as well as a slew of non-album tracks in exquisite detail, and, for the first time ever, he analyzes the circumstances that led to their creation, the recording processes, the historical contexts, and more.
Fully revised and updated!
Over ten years after When Giants Walked The Earth, Mick’s seminal biography of the band, comes this major and extensively researched revision, which will provide an unflinching look at life inside one of the biggest-selling rock bands of all time, and present the definitive, final word on Led Zeppelin.
A unique look at the history, adventures, myths and realities of Led Zeppelin – a labour of love based on hours of first-hand and original interviews.
This incredible journey of four talented rockers as they achieve musical glory takes you deep into the world of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll in the heady days of the 1970s, revealing the personal stories behind the recordings.
The final word on the world’s greatest rock band, Led Zeppelin. They were “the last great band of the sixties; the first great band of the seventies”; they rose, somewhat unpromisingly, from the ashes of the Yardbirds to become one of the biggest-selling rock bands of all time. Mick Wall, respected rock writer and former …
If ever there were Satanic Majesties of rock their name was Led Zeppelin. The band that out-sold the Rolling Stones and made Robert Johnson‘s deals with the devil look like a playground game of conkers were as high, inflated and glorified as their namesake. In Stephen Davis‘ scorching account of their phenomenally successful career, no …