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New E-Book "J.J. Jackson Remembers Led Zeppelin"


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Frank Reddon, author of the critically acclaimed 736-page hardcover book Sonic Boom: The Impact of Led Zeppelin Volume 1 - Break & Enter, has a new E-Book entitled J.J. Jackson Remembers Led Zeppelin: The Music and the Guys Who Made It.

It includes over 80 pages of exclusive material from Frank Reddon's interviews with the late J.J. Jackson, close friend and professional associate of Led Zeppelin's musicians. As a deejay at Boston's WBCN, J.J. Jackson was instrumental to Zeppelin's early success.

Of the six interviews in this new E-Book, five have never been published in their entirety anywhere before!

In this e-book, he analyzes the music of the official debut Led Zeppelin album PLUS he compares live concert recordings to the four gigs he himself attended at The Boston Tea Party (Jan 23-26, 1969) for an unprecedented eyewitness account of the early Led Zeppelin improvising on stage.

Renowned Led Zeppelin author and expert Dave Lewis gives a forward.

Release date is October 15, 2009.

For a sample excerpt of this E-Book, go here.


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