Light & Shade

Light & Shade

Conversations With Jimmy Page

Book - 2012
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Draws on twenty years of personal interviews to cover Page's early work with such artists as Tom Jones and Eric Clapton, the creative years of Led Zeppelin, and his post-Zeppelin relationships with Robert Plant and John Paul Jones.
Publisher: New York : Crown, c2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780307985712
Branch Call Number: Biography B Pag
Additional Contributors: Page, Jimmy
Alternative Title: Conversations with Jimmy Page


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Sep 05, 2014

Amazingly brilliant. Now when I listen to Led Zeppelin I will not only enjoy their music but also appreciate their creative talents. Not to be missed for avid music fans.

Jun 15, 2013

This book is full of data, but if you're seeking insights into Page the human being, forget it. This is not particularly engaging - it isn't well written, and Page's "co-operatrion" is laughable. Page is a secretive, almost pathologically guarded individual. This book is probably fine for musicians who are only interested in technical details, but if you are a fan of biographies, and you are thinking of choosing this one to learn more about the mind behind Led Zeppelin and scores of session recordings - a man with a truly impressive career - you will probably be as disappointed as I was.


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