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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Led Zep obviously would be very high up on that, and Daft Punk.
LED ZEPPELIN Houses Of The Holy (Atlantic) I could easily have picked Led Zep I, II, III, or IV.
Their music is clearly influenced by Led Zep, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden, but it's delivered with the kind of insane humour that only the Japanese can manage.
Led Zeppelin's tour manager Richard Cole said that they are "worth seeing," and that they provide "entertainment with style." Led Zep biographer Dave Lewis said the band has "a refreshing no nonsense approach.
"At the Royal Albert Hall I think it was the first time he had sung Kashmir without Led Zep guitarist Jimmy Page, and we never knew when to stop.
This is my 50th anniversary of supporting this big, daft, underachieving old Hector of a club and, as ever, like Peter Andre going for a Led Zep audition, I'll be in no doubt it's in more hope than expectation our 50th will be golden.
Heading down were the Jimi Hendrix Experience with Voodoo Chile, Matthew's Southern Comfort with Woodstock, and CCS with Whole Lotta Love - an instrumental version of the Led Zep rocker, which would become the theme tune to TV's Top Of The Pops for the next decade or so.
The album's lead single and title track finds the band dusting down their old Led Zep records - Yannis Philippakis' voice is surprisingly suited to a Plant-ish wail.
Not least for the Led Zep III pastiche cover mount CD, containing a superb track entitled Why Won't You Do What I Want.
From the thumping drums of the AC/DC-style All the Way to the Stonesy Keep On Swinging and the Led Zep tribute Pressure & Time, it's like listening to a brand new and unheard-of classic rock compilation.
After dedicating whole evenings recently to The Rolling Stones, BBC Two is turning its attention to another rock leviathan - the mighty Led Zep. The band formed in 1968 as the New Yardbirds, and its classic line-up, which consisted of singer Robert Plant, lead guitarist Jimmy Page, bass player John Paul Jones and drummer John Bonham, went on to become one of the biggest groups of the 1970s.
It was a two-hour tour de force that instantly became part of the legend of Led Zep.