Rock star. Whatever that term means to you, chances are it owes a debt to Led Zeppelin. No one before or since has lived the dream quite like Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham. In Led Zeppelin, Bob Spitz takes their full measure, separating the myth from the reality with his trademark connoisseurship and storytelling flair.
The 70s belonged to Led Zeppelin. They were the biggest band in the world. They were bigger than the Beatles. With that fame the bootleg industry gave rise to unique and illegal recordings of the band. Photographer, Ross Halfin, started collecting these rare pressings of Led Zeppelin albums when he chanced seeing a unique Led Zeppelin album at the original Virgin Records shop in 1971, called “Live on Blueberry Hill.”
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