First off, I haven't got this book or read it. Second, this must be the fifth or sixth photographic history of Zep published in the last year alone. Wanted, one decent attempt at documenting Led Zeppelin's musical history. Dave Lewis and Simon Pullet have published some great books covering both their live shows and their recordings but I'm still waiting for something along the line of Mark Lewishon's Beatles Recording Sessions. For arguably the world's greatest rock band there is very little quality writing available - Dave Lewis, Simon Pullet and Keith Shadwick excepted; all we get are either salacious books - Hammer Of The Gods or Stairway To Heaven, or an increasing number of authors publishing photo books with some bits of text jammed in. Where are the Zeppelin equivalents of The Recording Sessions, A Hard Day's Write, Revolution in the Head? No offence to the author of this book, it's just seeing all this coffee table stuff being spewed out by publishers when true Zeppelin fans want to know about the music is really frustrating.