Presenting images from 'Sound and Fury', a new eBook of incredible images of Led Zeppelin taken by the band’s photographer Neal Preston. The book is available on iTunes and contains interactive material such as video and text interviews. As you can see here, Led Zeppelin were so high for most of the mid-Seventies they played a number of shows levitating about a foot and a half off the stage.
John Bonham, both an incendiary drummer and an proficient vest-wearer.
This looks rock'n'roll but Jimmy Page has actually twisted his ankle quite badly there.
John Paul Jones. You wouldn't get away with that shirt if you weren't in Led Zeppelin, would you?
Gigs were completely different pre-smoking ban.
Led Zeppelin might be enjoying that rider now, but they haven't spotted the guy from A Clockwork Orange loitering in the background.
Robert Plant always matched his hair colour to the stage lights.
A great photographer will get an amazing shot even if they have, in fact, just fallen over.
"When I asked for Dove on my rider, I was merely expecting a bar of overpriced but delightfully creamy soap."
Standing in the window isn't going to disguise the fact you're wearing a pair of curtains, Robert.
The entire pyrotechnics budget just went up in smoke.
Neal Preston, the legendary photographer who has toured the USA with Led Zeppelin, the Who, Queen, Fleetwood Mac, Bruce Springsteen, and countless others.