Hammer of the Gods: The Led Zeppelin Saga

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The members of Led Zeppelin are major deities in the pantheon of rock gods. The first and heaviest of the heavy metal monsters, they violently shook the foundations of rock music and took no prisoners on the road. Their tours were legendary, their lives were exalted--and in an era well known for sex and drugs, the mighty Zeppelin set an unattainable standard of excess and mythos for any band that tried to follow them. They were power, they were fantasy, they were black magic. No band ever flew as high as Led Zeppelin or ...

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derelict

May 11, 2007

An interesting book, mostly well told

This was an interesting, detailed book about Led Zeppelin, informative without being too hyping or melodramatic. I like how the author would branch out for a chapter to discuss peripheral points that are relevant to the story (such as the chapter on Alister Crowley). Unfortunately, toward the end he seemed to get tired and started rushing through things to get done. For example, he never discusses at all (in fact, seems to just skim past) the rift that developed between John Paul Jones and Plant/Page, which I'd wondered about.

Generally, though, an excellent, absorbing story.

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