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  1. One on top of the other, I imagine... But really, what are people's thoughts about the following books, and any others recently released? Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin: Day by Day by Marc Roberty Evenings with Led Zeppelin by Dave Lewis Led Zeppelin Live By Terry O'Neill Assuming you could only buy one (or maybe two), which would it be? Also, how similar/different are the Roberty and Lewis books? Cheers, Lloyd
  2. Deserves it's own thread, I think. https://www.genesis-publications.com/book/9781905662593/jimmy-page-the-anthology Jimmy Page tells the stories of the instruments that have long been mythicized in rock and roll history, such as his 'Dragon' Telecaster and 'Number One' Gibson Les Paul. The Anthology documents Page's remarkable musical journey from listening to blues records with childhood friend Jeff Back, to performing on TV in a Skiffle band; from his colossal body of session work in the Sixties, through to the Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin, and on to bands such as The Firm, Coverdale & Page and Page & Plant. The draft pages presented above (subject to change) show how each item is carefully selected from Jimmy Page's collection and is supplemented by anecdotes from the author himself. Hundreds of items from Jimmy Page's private collection have been personally selected for inclusion. From iconic guitars and stage costumes, to rare posters and vinyl pressings; and from correspondence and diary entries to unseen photographs. Every piece has been photographed and brought to life with exclusive new text provided by Jimmy Page, placing it within the story of his phenomenal career. Leather collection not included.
  3. A new coffee table book Five Glorious Nights, compiled by Dave Lewis, is being published to commemorate the 1975 run of concerts at Earls Court: http://www.fivegloriousnights.co.uk/ Disclaimer: Not associated with the publisher Rufus Stone.
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