In comparison to most legendary rock acts, Led Zeppelins studio career was brief, lasting from their self titled debut in 1969 and coming crashing to a halt after drummer John Bonhams death in 1980.
Deciding not to continue without him, they left behind a near-perfect legacy, and this book captures the majority of it via stunningly resonant images from their genesis, through global domination and even including shots from their reunion gig in 2007.
Even the most casual of fans should find the images (which cover onstage, backstage, in the studio and at home in chronological order) alongside their annotated anecdotes to be a fascinating flip through a monumental period in music.Shop for this book at Amazon
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