That’s rather short notice.
Faber has set a September 6 release date for “Trampled Under Foot: The Power And Excess Of Led Zeppelin,” a new book by British music critic Barney Hoskyns.
The 624-page book is described as “A unique look at the history, adventures, myths and realities of this most legendary and powerful of bands, it is a labor of love based on hours of first-hand and original interviews.”
According to a press release, “What emerges is a compelling portrait of the four musicians themselves, as well as a fresh insight into the close-knit entourage that protected them, from Peter Grant to Richard Cole to Ahmet Ertegun, giant figures from the long-vanished world of 1970s rock.
“Featuring many rare and never-before-seen photographs, it is also the first book on Led Zeppelin to cover such recent events as their triumphant 2007 O2 Arena gig and Robert Plant’s Grammy-winning resurgence of recent years.”
I wonder if Led Zeppelin will ever actually reunite. I know a lot of people have wondered that, but…I mean, what the fuck is stopping them? Do they not want to enter a higher tax bracket or something?
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