Hammer of the Gods: The Led Zeppelin Saga
The members of Led Zeppelin are major deities in the pantheon of rock gods. The first and heaviest of the heavy metal monsters, they violently shook the foundations of rock music and took no prisoners on the road. Their tours were legendary, their lives were exalted—and in an era well known for sex and drugs, the mighty Zeppelin set an unattainable standard of excess and mythos for any band that tried to follow them. They were power, they were fantasy, they were black magic. No band ever flew as high as Led Zeppelin or suffered so disastrous a fall. And only some of them lived to tell the tale.
Hammer of the Gods is the New York Times bestselling epic saga of the hard reign of Page, Plant, Jones, and Bonham—a spellbinding, electrifying, no-holds-barred classic of rock 'n' roll history that has now been updated to include the continuing adventures of the band.
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Review: Hammer of the GodsUser Review - Kerry - Goodreads
Growing up in the 70s, I never liked Led Zeppelin. Now in middle age, I have a begrudging respect for some of their work (although Stairway remains one that I can't tolerate more than 3-4 seconds ... Read full review
Review: Hammer of the GodsUser Review - Troy - Goodreads
Hammer of the Gods is missing historical context. I realize Davis was writing about four people and could not cover them all as profoundly as he could have, but despite the actual writing, I think in ... Read full review
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