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Rock legends Led Zeppelin remain a colossal music force with songs at once mystical, heavy, traditional and highly original.
The Rough Guide to Led Zeppelin tells the story of the life and afterlife of this most extraordinary supergroup. Features include: The Story: from the first meeting of Plant and Page to the untimely death of John Bonham, detailing the magic, mayhem and excesses of the era. The Music: the band's fifty best songs unpicked, plus coverage of blues influences, bootlegs, solo careers, and the best Jimmy Page guitar solos and most outstanding Robert Plant vocals. The Passengers: profiles of collaborators and colleagues including Roy Harper and Mickie Most. The Cargo: Zeppelin films, places, myths and memorabilia, books, websites and the afterlife of 'Stairway to Heaven.'
It's a whole lotta Zep…
About The Author
Nigel Williamson is a freelance music critic and author of the successful The Rough Guide to Bob Dylan.
About Rough Guides
Rough Guides is a leading publisher of travel and reference information, respected for their accurate, up-to-date content and informed contemporary writing.
These days, Rough Guides is as much a travel content provider as it is a publisher of guidebooks. The guides themselves – distributed worldwide by the Penguin group – cover more than 200 destinations around the globe and subjects as diverse as Climate Change and Pregnancy.
Rough Guides are also back on TV screens with Five’s successful Rough Guide to… series. And of course, Rough Guides have also migrated to digital platforms with the launch of Rough Guides Mobile, and downloadable travel podcasts, podscrolls, and e-books.
Series: Rough Guide Music Reference
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 3rd September 2007
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 1.91 x 17.78 x 17.78
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1