Led Zeppelin albums they released at the end of their career
Led Zeppelin is a legendary British band. rock bandborn in September 1968 in London. Their work has had a huge influence on the development of rock and its subgenres. The musicians experimented with hard rock, heavy metal, blues rock, folk rock and other styles, creating their own unique sound.
Led Zeppelin are the record holders for sales albums, which have sold over 300 million copies worldwide. In 1995, they were honoured by inclusion in the Hall of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The group consists of entered Robert Plant (vocals), Jimmy Page (guitar), John Paul Jones (bass, keyboards) and John Bonham (drums). After Bonham's tragic death in 1980, the band ceased to exist, but on several occasions was going to for unique concerts.
The decline of a great band
Death Bonham's death was tragic and unexpected. He died on 25 September 1980 at the age of 32. This was after he had drank about 40 shots of hard liquor over the course of several hours. At the time, he was visiting his friend and bandmate Jimmy Page at his home in Windsor. Having had a lot of fun, he went to sleep on the sofa, and so on didn't wake up.
The other members of the group were deeply chagrined and shocked by Bonham's death. They decided not to continue performing as Led Zeppelin without him. So they released declarationwhich said:
"We can't imagine continuations Led Zeppelin, as Bonham was not just a member, but our friend."
An album was dedicated to the memory of John Bonham "Coda."compiled from the band's archival recordings. Robert Plant and Jimmy Page continued their solo careers and occasionally reunited for collaborations. John Paul Jones also did not stay away from the musical life. All the members of the band met on stage a few times as part of charity and anniversary concerts, but have not thought about a full reunion.
The latest fruits of co-creation
"In Through the Out Door" - the last studio album by the legendary Led Zeppelin. It was recorded in three weeks in late 1978 at Stockholm's Polar Studios and released on 15 August 1979 on the band's own label, Swan Song Records. The album showcases a softer and experimental The band's sound, with an emphasis on synthesisers and keyboards.
The album also reflects difficult the circumstances the band was in at the time: the death of Robert Plant's son, tax problems, John Bonham and Jimmy Page's addiction problems. The album received mixed reviews from critics, but became commercially successful, reaching number one in the US and UK charts.
The album consists of. seven songs:
"In the Evening" - An epic composition with Page's powerful riff and guitar-synthesiser effects.
"South Bound Saurez." - an upbeat boogie-woogie song featuring Jones on piano.
"Fool in the Rain" - A melodic ballad with elements of Latin American rhythm and Bonham's famous drum solo.
"Hot Dog." - A fun country-rock song featuring Plant's harmonica.
"Carouselambra" - The longest song on the album (10:34), divided into three parts: the first is fast and rhythmic, with Jones' complex keyboard parts; the second is calm and lyrical, with Plant's vocals; the third is heavy and aggressive, with Page's guitar riffs.
"All My Love" - An emotional song dedicated to Plant's deceased son Karak; the only Led Zeppelin song that Page was not involved in writing.
"I'm Gonna Crawl." - A dark and dramatic love song, with Plant's expressive vocals and Jones' organ chords.
The album also features six different covers, labelled A to F. Each cover depicts the same bar scene, but from a different angle. In addition, copies of the records were packed in a brown paper bag so that customers can't choose any particular cover.
Or is it Coda?
The album consists of. unreleased tracks from various sessions over the course of the band's twelve-year career. It was released on 19 November 1982, almost two years after the band officially disintegrated. The album received mixed reviews from critics and fans, but became a commercial success, reaching number six on the US charts and number four in the UK.
The album consists of. eight songs:
"We're Gonna Groove" - live recording from a concert in London in 1970; the song was written by James Bett and Ben King and performed by Ray Charles.
"Poor Tom." - song from the sessions for the 1970 album Led Zeppelin III; the song is based on a folk ballad about a soldier who attacks his wife.
"I Can't Quit You Baby." - sound check before a concert in London in 1970; the song was written by Willie Dixon and performed by Muddy Waters.
"Walter's Walk" - song from the sessions for the 1972 album Houses of the Holy; the song was augmented with new vocals by Plante in 1982.
"Ozone Baby." - song from the sessions for the 1978 album In Through the Out Door; the song was written by Plant and Page.
"Darlene." - song from the sessions for the 1978 album In Through the Out Door; a boogie-woogie style song featuring Jones on piano.
"Bonzo's Montreux. - an instrumental composition based on Bonham's drum parts; recorded in 1976 in Switzerland and further developed by Page in 1982.
"Wearing and Tearing" - song from the sessions for the 1978 album In Through the Out Door; the song was written by Plant and Page and was intended for performance at the 1979 Kneeworth Festival.
In 2015, the album was. reissued in an expanded version with two additional discs containing early versions, rare recordings and live performances.
In the comments. writeWhich of these two albums is really "the last" for you. Could it be "In Through the Out Door", an album that Bonham was directly involved in making? Or "Coda", for which he was involved in the songwriting, but the record itself was only released after his death?