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|A to Zeppelin - The Unauthorized Story of Led Zeppelin|
Actor: Led Zeppelin
"A to Zeppelin: The Story of Led Zeppelin" chronicles the colorful and controversial history of rock's heaviest band. Through candid interviews with long-time tour manager Richard Cole, members of the Yardbirds, Vanilla Fu... more »
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Worst zeppelin film ever
L. SCULLY | 08/23/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"THis so could movie was outragoisly boring....They talked about''Jeff Beck more than they do Robert Plant and all it is old english guys talkiin about crap, Sure it gives the story of zeppelin but there is no music by zeppelin , no live fotage but just pictures. I really did not like this film at all."
RARE PHOTOS, FOOTAGE- INTERESTING INSIGHT
hky_gy | 07/06/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Yes this unauthorized DVD on Led Zeppelin is void of any Led Zeppelin music but it nonetheless is a very interesting alternative perspective on the career of the band. There are loads of old photos going back to even the "New Yardbirds" era of the band that I've never seen. Also we get to see and actually go inside HEADLEY GRANGE in the English countryside where Zep wrote and recorded so many classics. This isn't your typical unauthorized deal where the only people interviewed are journalists and roadies, this has long, excellent interviews with many people who were there like Zep road manager, Richard Cole, Page's legendary girlfriend, Lori Mattix, Carmine Appice who was on the first Zep tours playing with Vanilla Fudge and more. I really liked this DVD. Any Zep fan would."
Interesting, but not that exciting
Laura Rinaldi | Connecticut | 10/14/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I enjoyed this DVD as a relatively new Led Zeppelin fan. It was interesting hearing about the band and how they came to be, but I would have liked to have heard from the 4 geniuses themselves. A little blurb here and there of past interviews was good, but it would have been better to hear from them present day. We didn't get to hear any of their music and that was unfortunate. A little bit of history to this great band, but lacking in content."
No Zepplin Music
Ronald Black | Atlanta, Ga | 10/07/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I expected something like those VH1 behind the scenes kind of rockumentary but was sadly disappointed. There was no Zeppelin music during the film. No live footage and no interviews with any of the band members for this film. The only footage from band members were from old news or other sources from 30 years ago. Although this should be included, they apparently had no cooperation from Paige or Plant for this film. If the artist decided not to support it, it may be for a good reason. There must be something better out there, avoid this film!"