LED ZEPPELIN: New Photobook Due In August/September

According to Led-Zeppelin.com, a new LED ZEPPELIN photbook, entitled "Whole Lotta Led", is scheduled for release in August/September.

Authored by Ralph Hulett and Jerry Prochnicky, "Whole Lotta Led" charts LED ZEPPELIN's "12-year flight from take off to soaring at the top to being grounded," according to a posting at WholelLottaLedTheBook.com. "It is the first of its kind written from a fan's perspective. And our fierce passion sets it apart from other books. It is more than just a LED ZEPPELIN biography — it's our story as well. LED ZEPPELIN provided the soundtrack to our lives through the good times and even the bad times. The musicians were our heroes to idolize and emulate, if only in our imagination. What is portrayed is the LED ZEPPELIN that we grew up with. Our recollections combined with other fan accounts, plus photographers' views from behind the camera, as well as LED ZEPPELIN in their own words."

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