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When Led Zeppelin released Houses Of The Holy on 28th March 1973, they were one of the biggest bands in the world. 2,812 more words


Guitar Hero: Jimmy Page talks Black Dog and the untitled album on Classic Vinyl

Two time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jimmy Page could make your grocery list sound good on guitar. However, even this music legend had to start somewhere. 317 more words


The Daily Cut: Led Zeppelin "Misty Mountain Hop"

Led Zeppelin: “Misty Mountain Hop”

ALBUM: Led Zeppelin IV

YEAR:  1971

WRITERS:  Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones

Never released as a single, but like most of the cuts on Led Zeppelin IV, it got plenty of FM rock radio airplay. 150 more words


Led Zeppelin IV Remains Classic and Untouchable

To say I was excited when Led Zeppelin announced they’d begin to release the remastered versions of all their albums is an understatement. I was ecstatic, my head was in the clouds. 472 more words

Led Zeppelin IV

On November 8, 1971.

On November 8, 1971, the untitled fourth studio album by Led Zeppelin, commonly referred to as “Led Zeppelin IV”, was released on “Atlantic Records”. Produced by Jimmy Page, it was recorded between December 1970 and March 1971 at several locations, most prominently the Victorian house Headley Grange. 10 more words

JACK's Inside Track: Led Zeppelin

The continued Zeppelinization of the world is upon us once again…and Robert STILL won’t talk to Jimmy about a reunion…

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Led Zeppelin: 'Led Zeppelin IV' and 'Houses of the Holy'

Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin IV (Untitled) (Deluxe Edition)
Houses of the Holy (Deluxe Edition)

Atlantic/Swan Song
by David Chiu

Led Zeppelin made a huge splash earlier this year with the… 537 more words

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