No one can deny the influence of Led Zeppelin, who Rolling Stone once dubbed "the heaviest band of all time". This hour-long interview with frontman Robert Plant will be a joy to fans and collectors curious about the band's formation, early days, and plans for a mini-resurrection in the late 1990s. Plant appears in fine form, and the accomplished rock journalist Chris Tetle makes for an avid, encouraging interviewer who clearly cares about his subject and allows Plant to tell his remarkable stories in full.
The ultimate Kings of Heavy are Led Zeppelin, and no one can deny the powerful influence they have had on rock bands throughout the world since the early 1970s. Robert Plant, John Bonham, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones made history in being renamed Led Zeppelin by The Who's John Entwistle. These legends of rock are unique.
This is not a music release by the record company or band, but an exclusive quality audiobiog, which gives a wonderful insight into the lives of a fabulous group of musicians.
Robert Plant recalls one of John Bonham's tips, given to him in the days before PAs were any good: "Don't worry about the music, leave that to us. Just go out there and look good, 'cos you're not much good anyway."
An excellent audiobiog for fans, collectors and music historians.
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