Led Zeppelin: Reflections
There are no harsher critics of Led Zeppelins work than the group themselves. This unique book and film review draws on rare documentary footage of Led Zeppelin in performance and on tour in Australia during 1972 alongside the candid reflections of Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and John Bonham from television and radio archives around the world. We also hear the first hand accounts of insiders from the Zeppelin camp including the bands publicist BP Fallon and bodyguard Michael Francis, who help strip away the layers of sensationalism and half truths to produce the ultimate critical review of Led Zeppelin, drawn extensively from the bands own views.
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Oh but wait this is a DVD and a book that surley hasn't been done before! :
(see ~ Inside Led Zeppelin 1968-1980 (2005)which I review more fully).
Oh but this is a critical review too! (see ~ Led Zeppelin Music in Review (2006) and ~The Ultimate Review (2006)
Oh but lame people with no connection to zeppelin talking about the band has never been done before either, right?! (see ~ On the Rock Trail: Led Zeppelin (Unauthorized) (2006) and ~ A to Zeppelin - The Unauthorized Story of Led Zeppelin (2004)
I'm sure you picked up on my sarcasm above. Just remember folks, never by anything that has "Critical Review" or "Unauthorized" in the title and you should be good. If people stop buying this stuff hopefully the makers will realize that the fans can't be fooled anymore and they won't bother. Lets all hope for that. Zero Stars! BAH!