Under pressure to deliver a second album, Led Zeppelin emerged with ‘Led Zeppelin II’, one of the hardest-rocking records of all time.
Dave Lewis' lavish, limited edition book delves into the band's momentous five-night stand at London's Earl's Court in 1975.
For 75 years, Atlantic Records has been home to an array of artists and landmark albums. It is one of the most influential labels in history.
Powering Led Zeppelin to their greatest heights, the best Jimmy Page guitar riffs staged a blistering assault on rock’n’roll.
He shunned the limelight, yet John Paul Jones’ best Led Zeppelin performances show how the bassist illuminated his band’s greatest songs.
Though released posthumously, Led Zeppelin’s archival collection ‘Coda’ made for a life-affirming last hurrah.
A fearless, groundbreaking and all-conquering album, ‘Led Zeppelin IV’ set a whole new benchmark for rock music.
Often described as the band’s “acoustic” album, ‘Led Zeppelin III’ draws upon an expanded palette – including the group’s heaviest rock.
Led Zeppelin’s final album, ‘In Through The Out Door’ found the group feeling out the future – even as they inadvertently said goodbye.
Renowned for his powerhouse performances, the best John Bonham songs prove why the late Led Zeppelin’s drummer is still king of the kit.
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