Led Zeppelin -- Complete: Piano/Vocal/Chords

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Forty powerful songs from the heavy-metal masters. Includes: Stairway to Heaven
• Black Dog
• Dazed and Confused
• Immigrant Song
• Rock and Roll
• Whole Lotta Love
• Heartbreaker and many, many more. 228 pages.

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Overview

Forty powerful songs from the heavy-metal masters. Includes: Stairway to Heaven
• Black Dog
• Dazed and Confused
• Immigrant Song
• Rock and Roll
• Whole Lotta Love
• Heartbreaker and many, many more. 228 pages.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780769207056
  • Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/1/1973
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 9.01 (w) x 11.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2007

    c'mon ppl

    its not a bad book. its not a tab book at all i know. its a music book with notes and not tabs.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 26, 2012

    The title of this book clearly explains why there are no guitar

    The title of this book clearly explains why there are no guitar leads: LED ZEPPELIN COMPLETE: PIANO, VOCAL, AND CHORDS. Hence the absence of Jimmy's guitar leads. So, be forewarned...you will find intro riffs, chords, and melodies, but no guitar leads.

    And, there's no tabs, which I find refreshing. I've been playing since age 7 in '77 and I always played Zep by ear. I wanted this book so I could learn how to play the open tuning songs properly (I came up with the closest faximile I could in standard tuning, but that never sounded the same: open tunings are so light and airy). I find it refreshing that the book is written in manuscript form (no tabs) because this forces me to hone my reading skills.

    This is a piano, vocal, chords book, but I think it is a proper intro for guitarists who want to start playing Zep, starting with the chords and melodies. If you cannot play by ear, start learning Zep songs NOW. The more you play, the better your ears get. As an example for beginner guitarists: Jimmy can take a simple first position D chord (the first D chord you ever learned; the folk D chord...think Dylan) and twist and turn it in 1,000 directions making it sound like the possibilities are endless. And then you learn the tune and realize "he did all of this while staying in the key of D and staying in that one position?" And then you learn that while playing this one tune, you learned how to play a D Major, Dsus4, Dadd9, and D/C, D/B, D/A slash chords.
    Once you start playing these simple chord changes you will recognize them in other songs. Although, at the time, I didn't know the names of the chord variations I was playing, because I was playing by ear, Jimmy taught me so many chord "sounds" that I DID recognize them in other songs and found my ear getting better and better. Learning Zep songs did this for me. Jimmy took "easy" guitar chords and played them in ways I never heard before, and I've been using them in my own songs ever since. (By the way, not ALL of Jimmy's music contained simple chords, I'm talking about the slow tunes like THANK YOU and TANGERINE, for example.) It's really cool getting back into these tunes. This is a terrific book for anyone who wants to learn and understand the chords and melodies...and for older players like me who truly want to understand the 'writing'/theory behind the songs. No Jimmy guitar leads, but plenty of Zep.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2006

    A tremendous disappointment

    The title says guitar, but there is next to zilch for it. I do not recommend this book even for beginners. It is devoid of usefulness. In the 80's I bought a two volume set which had everything, guitar TAB, solos, and a cover like the one presented. I bought this one as a gift, hoping it was the same thing. It was nothing of the sort. If you buy this book you are wasting your money.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2003

    totally disgusted

    This book is totally terrible. Its only useful if you want to learn the words or chords. Theres absolutely NO tab and NO solos. I think this book is for a EXTREME beginner.

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