Led Zeppelin


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Led Zeppelin

(ˈlɛd ˈzɛpəlɪn)
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(Biography) British rock group (1968–80); comprised Jimmy Page (born 1944), Robert Plant (born 1948), John Paul Jones (born 1946), and John Bonham (1948–80): recordings include Led Zeppelin I (1969), Led Zeppelin IV (1971), and Physical Graffiti (1975)
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A brass Chinese gong once owned and used by Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham is set to fetch up to pounds 76,000 at an auction in America.
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A DEMO album that Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page produced for soul star Chris Farlowe in 1961 is finally set for release.
The band's fourth untitled LP, commonly known as Led Zeppelin IV, has sold more than 23 million copies since its release on November 8, 1971.
Led Zeppelin Day by Day comes from a music historian and journalist who details the rock group's evolution, covers all the concerts the band has performed, and examines how each of their many albums were made, and is a top recommendation for any Zeppelin fan.
Even if the case against Led Zeppelin was eventually dropped, curiosity remains high, especially with other song writers who feel the need to protect themselves 'in advance,' should somebody accuse them of plagiarism.
A Los Angeles jury found Thursday that Led Zeppelin did not plagiarize the opening riff to their iconic "Stairway To Heaven" from Spirit's "Taurus," which was written and recorded in 1967.
MUSIC expert Rupert Till believes rock giants Led Zeppelin could be in deep trouble.
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Bonham of Led Zeppelin pictured in 1970 and (above) Bron yr Aur cottage in Corris, Gwynedd A JURY will decide if the opening notes of a classic rock song, written in a cottage in North Wales, was copied from another song.