Led Zeppelin: Whole Lotta Rock

Led Zeppelin, one of the most iconic rock bands of all time, and key pioneers of heavy metal. Follow the band through their journey, from formation in 1968, their exciting climb to being one of the most influential bands in history.
Piers Garland
Jimmy PageBryn OlsonRobert Plant
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John Paul JonesPeter GrantJason BonhamOzzy OsbourneDavid GilmourRichard ColeAhmet ErtegunTony PalmerKris NeedsSteven machett
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James R. Roberts Jr.Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Decent overview with interviews from the players
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I have watched a lot of Zeppelin documentaries. This one sticks to the facts and doesn't hype the myths. It is a simple story of the rise and end of Zeppelin with added commentary from the living members themselves and Jason Bonham as well as some reviewers that knew them well notably Tony Palmer. That is a plus from all the other docs out there. There is some new information although a lot of the footage is blurred. There is also very little original music (like all other docs) and in depth descriptions are missing about the actual studio recording techniques. It does dispel many of the party myths that book like "Hamer of the Gods" portray. I think this film is a necessity to cut through the hyperbole of many other documentaries. There was also more information and footage on Peter Grant than in some previous films. I wish that there was more details especially in the studio and musical considerations. I wish more footage was available but that wasn't a thing back in those days. Plus Zeppelin was always secretive and helped project a mystic that this film shows wasn't really there in actuality. I really give it 3 1/2 starts instead of 4 but that was not an option.
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antoinetteReviewed in the United States on June 4, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
A Cut Above the Rest
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This documentary is a cut above the rest because of a tightly controlled narrative interspersed with some rarely seen photos, scenes, and interviews which offer up bites of their wisdom. This film does indeed pay proper respect to Peter Grant for his dedication to the band and changing rock management forever.
ShaneReviewed in the United States on June 10, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
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I suddenly had a craving for a Led Zeppelin documentary and this one certainly delivered. It was really well done and I learned a lot. It was cool to see some of the interviews with the band.
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