Jimmy Page and Robert Plant “are” the Led Zeppelin and with them have made the history of Rock ’n Roll.
They embodied at the same time the greatest and the most dangerous aspects of it, often paying firsthand the extremes of their limitless life. Someone thinks they are the best.
Even better than Beatles and Stones.
In this book, celebrating the 50th birthday of the band, the reader finds the human and artistic life, the rises and the falls of this two great characters, written with an authentic slant and enriched by numerous historic images, quotes and curiosities.
Luca Garrò, journalist and music historian, has been writing for some of the most well-known music magazines in Italy, from Rolling Stone to Jam, from Rockstar and Rocksound to Onstage e Classic Rock, and has been one of the founder of the online magazine Outune.net.