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Between 1968 – 1980 Led Zeppelin performed over 500 concerts in every corner of the world, establishing themselves as the most popular live rock attraction of their era. This book explores in great detail the concert history of one of the most successful bands of all time. Every known Led Zeppelin concert ever played is logged, together with set lists, first hand reviews and group anecdotes. Chronicles how the group developed from one-night pub gigs at the Fishmongers Arms in London to record-breaking stadium appearances of the late Seventies and their final UK shows at Knebworth. Includes masses of rarely seen concert memorabilia: ticket stubs, posters, reviews and unpublished photos. Full appendices of the solo careers of the ex-members, including full coverage of the Jimmy Page-Robert Plant Unledded/No Quarter world tour – bringing the story full circle.
Dave Lewis and Simon Pallett are acknowledged experts on Led Zeppelin. Lewis is the author of several previous Led Zeppelin books incluring the hugely acclaimed Led Zeppelin: A Celebration and Celebration II (both published by Omnibus Press). Pallett has access to one of the largest live Zeppelin tape libraries in the world and is a foremost authority on their live history.
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