The 45th anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s debut album is featured on this week’s edition of North American rock radio series In The Studio.
Robert Plant and Jimmy Page join host Redbeard to talk about the project, which launched one of the biggest bands in music history.
Released January 12, 1969, “Led Zeppelin I” featured instant classics like “Communication Breakdown”, “Good Times, Bad Times”, “Dazed And Confused” and “Babe I'm Gonna Leave You”, displaying great musical diversity, dynamics, and sounds previously unheard in rock.
The project went on to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide, including 8 million in the US alone.
"I think everyone was inspired in that band," said Page about the group’s success. "I think everyone was a star. There wasn't a weakness there. Every single person was strong."
Listen to the 45th anniversary of “Led Zeppelin I” on In The Studio here.
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