Hammer of the Gods

Davis, Stephen

(Book - 1997)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Hammer of the Gods
They were legends based on myths--myths of fantasy, power, and black magic. The tales of their tours were the most outrageous in the already excess-laden annals of modern music. The era of Led Zeppelin personified sex, drugs, and rock & roll. Based on interviews with the band's musicians, friends, employees, and lovers, Hammer of the Gods tells the shocking story of Led Zeppelin's successes and excesses in the 70s--when Zeppelin reigned as the industry's biggest act. Exclusive sources. Documents. Interviews. Photos. Revelations about a band--and an industry--at its shameless peak. Read it all, and see why Hammer of the Gods is a classic of rock journalism in its own right.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Boulevard Books, 1997
ISBN: 0425182134
Branch Call Number: 782.42166 L472d 1997
Characteristics: 391 p. :,ill. ;,18 cm


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The story of Led Zeppelin is legendery. Excess is rebellion for four Englishmen who found fame beyond belief.

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