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As originators of heavy metal and hard rock, Led Zeppelin went on to score 6 Number 1 albums and to compose “Stairway to Heaven,” “Immigrant Song,” “Ramble On” and a whole host of other chart-topping hits. If you’ve ever been banned from a hotel for riding a motorcycle through the lobby or if you know a “big legged girl who ain’t got no soul” …these Led Zeppelin vinyl albums will leave you “Dazed and Confused.”
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Where is Led Zeppelin from? Where were they formed?
Led Zeppelin was an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The group was originally named the New Yardbirds, because guitarist Jimmy Page had been playing with the Yardbirds following the departure of Eric Clapton in 1965, but proceeded to take the name Led Zeppelin after joining up with vocalist Robert Plant, drummer John Bonham, and bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones.
Who are the members of Led Zeppelin?
- Robert Plant – lead vocals, harmonica
- Jimmy Page – guitars, theremin, live backing vocals, production
- John Paul Jones – bass, keyboards, occasional backing vocals
- John Bonham – drums, percussion, occasional backing vocals
How did Led Zeppelin get its name?
The origin story for the name Led Zeppelin has never been confirmed, but like all great myths of rock 'n' roll history, it's worth believing. The story goes that Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, while trying to get John Bonham and John Paul Jones to join their band (then dubbed the "New Yardbirds" after Page's Yardbirds broke up) were trying to come up with a new band name. The idea for "Led Zeppelin" came after Keith Moon of The Who made a comment that their new band would go down like a lead balloon.
However, it wasn't the only name they considered. More stories are that the band also played with the names of "The Mad Dogs" and "Whoopee Cushion." The deciding factor was apparently Ringo Starr, who encouraged using the name Led Zeppelin. Shortly after, the band signed a six-album contract with Atlantic Records and went on to sell roughly a gazillion or so records in the 1970s.
Who wrote Led Zeppelin songs?
Jimmy Page wrote most of Led Zeppelin's music, while Robert Plant penned most of the lyrics. Later in the band's career, keyboardist John Paul Jones contributed some more experimental and psychedelic compositions.
When and why did Led Zeppelin break up?
Led Zeppelin were quite literally the biggest band in the world in the 1970s. It goes without sayin that their success bred more success and more money and more everything. As they entered the latter half of the decade, the excess was starting to wear on the band members.
Eventually, the rock 'n' roll lifestyle caught up with them and tragedy struck. Drummer John Bonham died in September 1980 from a combination of alcohol and drugs. The official cause of death was from asphyxiation from vomit; the death was ruled accidental. Shortly after, the members decided to disband Led Zeppelin forever.
On December 4, 1980, Led Zeppelin issued a statement to the press. "We wish it to be known that the loss of our dear friend, and the deep sense of undivided harmony felt by ourselves and our manager, have led us to decide that we could not continue as we were."
How many albums does Led Zeppelin have?
Led Zeppelin's discography consists eight studio albums. They are listed below and ranked here. The band has sold more than 300 million albums worldwide. Yes. That's almost the population of the United States of America. It's okay that your mouth is open. That's a shitload of records.
- Led Zeppelin (1969)
- Led Zeppelin II (1969)
- Led Zeppelin III (1970)
- Untitled, colloquially known as Led Zeppelin IV (1971)
- Houses of the Holy (1973)
- Physical Graffiti (1975)
- Presence (1976)
- In Through the Out Door (1979)
- Coda (1982)