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Sonic Boom: The Impact of Led Zeppelin. Volume 1 - Break & Enter

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Jimmy Page knew that Led Zeppelin had to take America by storm for the group to be successful. Sonic Boom is the story of how they did it, as told by the people who helped make it happen.

Author Frank Reddon conducted over 40 primary source interviews. Discover what deejays, promoters, musicians, studio personnel and even audience members had to say about the band destined to become rock'n'roll's premier super group.

These exclusive interviews provide amazing insights and a panoramic overview of the hippie subculture and popular music scene in the 1960s as well as brand-new details about The New Yardbirds' first-ever public performance.

If you think you've seen and heard it all about Led Zeppelin, this book will prove you wrong

Product Details

ISBN:
9780978444655
Publisher:
Enzepplopedia Publishing, Inc.
Subject:
Music : Reference
Editor:
Reddon, Lou Anne
Author:
Reddon, Frank
Subject:
Music : Genres & Styles - Rock
Subject:
Music : History & Criticism - General
Publication Date:
September 2012
Binding:
eBooks
Language:
English
Pages:
442

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