Led Zeppelin released their fifth studio album “Houses of the Holy” on March 28, 1973. The album cover is a collage of several photographs taken at the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, by Aubrey Powell.
In this screen grab of Family Guy, Peter Griffin is in a record store where he thinks the guy behind the counter is Jesus Christ. The record store clearly displays posters for some cool really bands…
Here’s the story on the rare Led Zeppelin “Stairway To Heaven” 7 inch promo single. “Stairway To Heaven” was released on Led Zeppelin IV in November 1971. The band’s recording label, Atlantic Records wanted to issue this track as a single, but the manager Peter Grant refused requests to do so in both 1972 and […]
Robert Plant’s sexual orientation is definitely straight but his stage presence and many of his photos show a feminine side to him. Here’s some of the better femmed out Robert Plant photo’s during the Led Zeppelin era.
The cover to Led Zeppelin’s “Physical Graffiti” album is a photograph of a New York City tenement block located at 96 and 98 St. Mark’s Place New York City, New York in the East Village.
On the original recording of the Pink Floyd song “Have A Cigar“, the song’s lead vocals are performed not by any member of Pink Floyd, but by an acquaintance of the band: British singer-songwriter Roy Harper. Roger Waters intended to record the part himself, but had strained his voice while recording “Shine On You Crazy […]
The four symbols on the label and inside sleeve of Led Zeppelin IV, represent (from left to right) Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, John Bonham, and Robert Plant.
Count Ferdinand Adolf Heinrich August Graf von Zeppelin was a German general and later aircraft manufacturer, the founder of the Zeppelin Airship company. The rock group Led Zeppelin’s name came from this airship.
Robert Plant playing soccer in a speedo sporting a Wolverhampton Wanderers Jersey!!! This classic photo was taken in 1977/1978 by paparazzo Brad Elterman at a park in Encino California.
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