They say that writing about music is a lot like dancing about architecture. They also say a picture is worth a thousand words. Harnessing the almighty power of those little gems, Jerry Prochnicky and Ralph Hulett will release Led Zeppelin: Good Times, Bad Times, A Visual Biography of the Ultimate Band.
The hardcover book, to be released on Abrams this October, is a collection of well known and unreleased images of Led Zeppelin starting with the band's first show on Sept. 7, 1968 to their London 2007 show. Furthering the book's all-inclusive aesthetic, it drops just in time for the 40-year anniversary of Zep's thunderous first two albums.
The book comes complete with a forward by Anthony DeCurtis, contributing editor to Rolling Stone.
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