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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 78

2024-04-03 17:15

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 78

Concluding the week dedicated to Led Zeppelin.

On August 4, 1975, during a vacation, lead singer Robert Plant and his wife Maureen were seriously injured in a car accident, forcing Led Zeppelin to cancel a thirty-concert tour in the United States and South America, as well as subsequent tours in Australia and Japan. The accident not only endangered the lives of Plant and Maureen but also jeopardized significant earnings for the band and the peak of success they were experiencing. To fill the void left by their absence from the stage, Led Zeppelin retreated to the studio to record a new album. This transitional period led to the creation of "Presence," the band's seventh studio album. Although the album quickly achieved platinum status and gained commercial success, many fans and critics considered it inferior to the group's previous works. Despite the challenges and pressures, Led Zeppelin decided not to support "Presence" with a tour, opting instead to release the concert film "The Song Remains the Same," which documents their 1973 performances at Madison Square Garden in New York. However, the year proved to be difficult for the band, compounded by the tragic loss of Plant's son due to a stomach infection. Despite adversity, Led Zeppelin continued to produce music and perform live. In 1978, they recorded their eighth studio album, "In Through the Out Door," featuring tracks ranging from rock to ballads. The album was a commercial success, reaching the top of the sales charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom.

In 1980, another tragedy struck the band when drummer John Bonham died suddenly. Bonham's death marked the official end of Led Zeppelin, with the other members of the band announcing their dissolution in December of the same year. Led Zeppelin would sporadically reunite for special events over the years, keeping alive the memory and legacy of the legendary British band in the history of rock music.



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