Led Zeppelin Features
Led Zeppelin's fourth album turns forty-two years old today (Nov. 8), and as part of our celebration we're counting down 10 things you may not know about this legendary and much discussed album with the help of George Case, the author of 'Led Zeppelin FAQ: All That's Left to Know About the Greatest Hard Rock Band of All Time.'
Few would argue that Led Zeppelin’s formidable discography trails only that of the Beatles when it comes to boundless creativity and risk-taking diversity; and whilst it was undoubtedly Jimmy Page’s musical genius driving the band’s songwriting process, the importance of their accompanying lyrics cannot be overestimated. In singer and prima
Saying that the guys in Led Zeppelin occasionally had sex on their minds would be perhaps the biggest understatement of the 20th century. Although they could also be found singing about love or heartbreak, it was the group's primal needs that most often made themselves known via their songs.
Led Zeppelin and heartbreak aren't words that often are associated with each other. Yet for all of the machismo and bravado that went into creating some of rock and roll's best known songs, the group was also consistently unafraid to display their vulnerability by talking about the dark side of love. From their very first album in 1969 right up to their late-'70s days as
The ultimate form of rock memorabilia, vintage band T-shirts are like a piece of history that also immediately proclaims allegiance to your favorite band. They also provide a way for like-minded fans to instantly identify you as a member of the tribe
It's important to listen to a collection of Led Zeppelin songs beyond the hits that are repeatedly played on classic rock radio if you want to know more about why they're one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time. In fact,