Led Zeppelin Coffee Table Book

Jul 11, 2018

Category: Entertainment

With Jimmy Page’s scintillating guitar solos, Robert Plants sultry, siren-like vocals, John Bonham’s earth-shaking drumming, and John Paul Jones’ bass-lines and keys holding it all together, Led Zeppelin laid conquest to the world of rock n’ roll from 1969-1980. During that epic era, the supergroup released some of the greatest albums of all time. For the first time, previously unseen photos and stories unheard will be made available in the new Led Zeppelin coffee table book.

Officially titled Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin, the illustrated photo book was created with full collaboration from the three remaining members, Plant, Page and Jones. This 400-page volume follows the band of Brits as they tour the world, debauching and inspiring the world around them. Never before seen pictures lend insight into the band’s state at certain times – a lot of glazed eyes and slack jaws can be seen in the preview. Any true Zeppelin fan must get their hands on this treasury. Pre-order today, and have the book by October 2, 2018.

Purchase: $63

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