This program traces the journey of one of the most popular and influential bands of all time, Led Zeppelin, who rocked the world with their groundbreaking music that incorporated elements from blues, funk and ethnic styles. It delves into the formation of their distinct sound and major influences, intergroup relationships between Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones, as well as the tragic death of drummer Bonham.
Led Zeppelin 1968-1972: For many serious music fans Led Zeppelin were simply the greatest rock band ever. This is the critical review of the music, films, records and performances which saw them rise from obscurity to superstardom. The film features rare performance of Zeppelin on stage, behind the scenes interviews and the incisive views of a leading team of music critics, writers and working musicians. Also featured is a rare performance by Led Zeppelin of Eddie Cochrane's 'Let's Have A Party.'
Led Zeppelin 1973-1980: This is the definitive independent critical review which traces the development of the music of Led Zeppelin from 'Houses Of The Holy' through to the end of the band following the tragic death of John Bonham. This unique film features rare archive footage and the views of a team of leading music critics and working musicians
Led Zeppelin The Chamber Suite: This is the ultimate tribute to Led Zeppelin, the essential music of Zeppelin arranged for grand piano and string quartet. Featured here are the musical highlights from Led Zeppelin's career from 1968-1980.
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