Led Zeppelin: The Biography, review by Bob Spitz

Sure, Spitz allows, not all of the band members or streetwalkers to hunt teenage girls, pee and pee on fans, but all at various times. either complicit or best of all, eavesdropping to horrendous levels of violence and degradation. And, yes, even in the context of the times. While there are many examples available of rock stars behaving in a similar fashion to members of Led Zeppelin, there were still plenty of musicians in the 60s and 70s who were aware that women, Even young women are human. Buffy Saint-Marie, who is said to be as creative as Zeppelin in his work in folklore, has never dwindled his fan base. The Monkees are famously sweet to their legion of fans. Even the inventor of shock rock, Alice Cooper, is considered (as described in Michael Walker’s excellent What You Want is in the Limo) a good guy. It was possible.

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