From There are many Led Zeppelin biographies out there, some good and some downright awful, but this one by Keith Shadwick. Keith Shadwick. · Rating details · 77 ratings · 10 reviews. (Book). Led Zeppelin may have disbanded in , but their legacy lives on. Jimmy Page, Robert. Keith Shadwick has 15 books on Goodreads with ratings. Keith Shadwick’s most popular book is Led Zeppelin: The Story of a Band and Their Music,

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With many rare and seldom-seen photographs, this is the definitive vindication of Led Zeppelin’s place at the pinnacle of 20th century musical achievement. Kekth are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Sep 19, Rob rated it liked it. From what I can make out, Led Zeppelin became great because of their ability to experiment, pioneer the way in “heavy metal” of their time and deliver loud, mind-blowing concerts for over a decade. You are commenting using your Shsdwick. Shadwick largely avoids the sordid tales of touring exploits and personal lives that populate many inferior Zep biographies, and focuses on the musical and business sides of the band.


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You are commenting using your Facebook account. Jan 07, Duder rated it it was amazing. Of all the books I’ve read on Led Zeppelin, I would say his book is probably close to the best.


The Story of a Band and Their Music, Lists with This Book. Shadwick’s book is insightful and offers a great deal of eloquence as he talks about Zeppelin in the Keith Shadwick wrote the best book on Led Zeppelin that I have read. Bloop rated it really liked it May 09, A good history of the band’s recording and touring activity, without sensationalism plenty of other books out there for that.

Books by Keith Shadwick. Obviously the average fan is not going to agree with everything he has zrppelin say about the band – and some of his writing conflicts with other traditionally-held notions, or skips over them entirely – but it is intelligently written.

Books by Keith Shadwick (Author of Led Zeppelin)

This is sad shsdwick. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Nick Schwartz rated it it was amazing Dec 08, Barbara rated it really liked it Dec 31, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Now more than ever, we need your support to continue supplying Austin with independent, free press.

Open Preview See a Problem? So sorry to hear about Shadwick’s passing. Jul 31, Mary Ellen rated it really liked it. Subscribe to All One click gets you all the newsletters listed below.


For example – a photo caption puts Zeppelin in Oakland in June ’77 instead of July.

Books by Keith Shadwick

Attila rated it it was amazing Aug 30, Edited October 2, by Otto Masson. This meticulous book turns away from Zeppelin’s well-chronicled antics on the road to explore what made them ksith biggest rock band of their day and an enduring influence on generations of musicians.

Not much ego in this book because these are four true musicians who deserved equal space on each and ekith album. Liverpool, November 29th The Life by Robert Hilburn Led Zeppelin may have disbanded inbut their legacy lives on.

Led Zeppelin Studio Magik Sessions Marisabel Bonet-Cruz rated it really liked it Jul 12, Shadwick puts DM in the same league as Hot Dog, while he has a curious affinity for Ozone Baby, which is a track I find almost without merit.

Here’s a picture of Shadwick in illness.

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