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Now, you or someone you love, can be the sole owner of any Led Zeppelin moment, past, present or future.

For example, imagine giving your loved one the minute you first met Led Zeppelin, the minute Led Zeppelin was born or another meaningful Led Zeppelin moment.

Now you can give that exact date and time, beautifully presented in its very own framed 'Certificate of Ownership' from the 'Universal Time Registry' for just £9.99 + p&p.

Once that minute has been taken by you, it's yours forever. Nobody else can own the same minute. This is truly a unique gift.

 
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Own a minute in the life of Led Zeppelin

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    Led Zeppelin
  • 12 January 1969 The group's eponymous first album "Led Zeppelin" was released.
  • 21 February 1970 The band was billed as "The Nobs" as a result of a threat of legal action from aristocrat Eva von Zeppelin.
  • 8 November 1971 Led Zeppelin's fourth album was released. There was no indication of the band's name on the original packaging, and the title of the album was given as four symbols. (The 4 symbols each standing for a Led Zeppelin member.
  • 21 October 1976 The concert film "The Song Remains the Same" was released.
  • 15 August 1979 Led Zeppelin headlined at the Knebworth music festival in front of almost 400,000 fans .
  • 13 January 1995 Zeppelin was inducted into the United States Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
  • 11 November 1997 "Led Zeppelin BBC Sessions", the first Led Zeppelin album in more than fifteen years, was released.

Rocking with Led Zeppelin

Who hasnít heard of Led Zeppelin? This four man band first formed in 1968 has rocked generations of fans. Although they chose not to continue after their drummer John Bonham died in 1980, they continue to sell their widely popular albums to the tune of 300 million copies across the world. Introducing hard rock and/or heavy metal into the rock world, Led Zeppelin had a wide range of music in their repertoire such as reggae, blues, Celtic, Arabic, folk, etc.

Led Zeppelinís founder Jimmy Page gathered the lead singer Robert Plant, drummer John Bonham, and John Paul Jones on bass, although none of them were the originally intended members. These four actually finished out contracted gigs for the Yardbirds before renaming themselves Led Zeppelin as suggested by Keith Moon.

Releasing their first album in 1969, they introduced an interesting blend of acoustic and electric sounds to create a distinct heavy metal sound. This shot their career into success. The second album reached even greater heights becoming no. one in both the UK and the U.S. Their fourth album, which only has symbols for a title, has become the fourth largest album in sales in U.S. music history. They were THE band in the 70ís. Since they would not perform on TV, their fans had to come to concerts to see them, and that is exactly what they did. Led Zeppelin sold out a record number of concerts.

In 1975 the group took a break from touring to return to the recording studio. By 1976 Page was beginning to use heroin which began interfering with their career. Their next tour in 1977 turned out to be a failure with arrests and rumors of occult involvement cancelled the remainder of the tour. Changing their sound somewhat, Led Zeppelin still made no. one in the U.S. and the U.K. with a planned tour of the U.S. coming in 1980. However, when the drummer John Bonham died after an alcohol binge, the band decided they could not replace him to carry on.

Both Page and Plant have done various individual tours, but the three remaining members have not have a successful reunion with each attempt having some major flaw. Led Zeppelin was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995 where the three living members performed together in public for the last time up to this date. In 2005, the band was given the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Throughout the decades, Led Zeppelin has had a profound influence on rock music, and it seems they continue to do so.

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