This legendary 1973 photo by Bob Gruen of Led Zeppelin standing in front of their own “Led Zeppelin Airplane” helped make the band bigger than life.
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During Them Crooked Vultures shows John Paul Jones pulls out this bad ass Lap Steel Bass Guitar when they play the song “No One Loves Me & Neither Do I”.
“Presence” is the seventh studio album by Led Zeppelin, released by Swan Song Records on March 31, 1976. The cover, inside sleeve and back of the album features various images of people with a black obelisk-shaped object.
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.
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.