Framed Vintage Record Album – Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II
This is an actual vintage album cover containing the original vinyl record album. It has been mounted in a black plastic frame with a glass front and is ready for you to hang on your wall.
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Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin has been credited with being as influential in the 1970’s as the Beatles had been in the 1960’s. As the group toured in 1969, writing songs in between concerts and the recording tracks on the road in studios throughout North America they created an album that would be one of the most influential albums of rock and roll history. “Led Zeppelin II”, considered by many to mark the starting point of heavy metal, met with great critical success and is still ranked high on most “best album of all time “ lists. Despite the piece meal approach in which this album was created, ”Led Zeppelin II” had great commercial success reaching the number one chart position in both the US and the UK. “Led Zeppelin II” is also one of the best selling albums of all time.
In 1970,“Led Zeppelin II” was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of “best album package” for its innovative album cover. The art work was created by air brushing the faces of the four band members onto a WWI photograph of the famed Flying Circus led by Manfred Von Richthofen, also known as the “Red Barron”. This image was then placed in front of a more stylized version of the Hindenburg image used on the first Led Zeppelin album
Songs on the Album
1.) “Whole Lotta Love”
2.) “What Is and What Should Never Be”
3.) “The Lemon Song”
4.) “Thank You”
6.) “Living Loving Maid”
7.) “Ramble On”
8.) “Moby Dick”
9.) “Bring It On Home”
The product measures 12 7/8 inches x 12 7/8 inches x 3/4 inch and weights approximately 3 lbs.
The item shown in the photograph is the actual album cover that you will receive. This is a vintage product and both the album cover and the record have signs of wear. This product is sold as a decorative collectible and not as a playable record album. As such there is no assurance that the vinyl record itself is in a condition that would allow you to enjoy the music if you played it