Jimmy Page: The Anthology (Hardback)Jimmy Page (author)
Publisher: Genesis Publications
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 2658 g
Dimensions: 310 x 250 x 40 mm
Listed as one of Variety's Best Music Books of 2020: 'A lavish tome... photographed in pristine detail.' - Variety Magazine
Listed as The Times and The Sunday Times Best Books of 2020: 'A lavish collection of memorabilia, with photographs and details on such totemic items as his Double Neck Guitar and dragon-suit stage outfits' - The Times
'A career deep-dive... it is fully annotated and fascinating. Page has approached the book with the same fastidiousness as he applies to everything' - GQ
'It is a rare entryway into the mind of one of rock's great men of mystery' - Rolling Stone
'An essential purchase' - Classic Rock
'The lavishly illustrated 400-page book begins with JPs early life and days as a session ace and comes up to date with the recent reissue of the 'Mirror' and 'Dragon' iterations of his Fender Telecaster. It goes way beyond the average gearaholic's dream and is essential reading for any Zeppelin fan' - Guitarist
'Essentially everything you ever needed to know about Jimmy Page is exhaustively catalogued across page, after spectacularly illustrated page, of this supremely crafted high-end compendium. The Anthology is quite simply in a class of its own' - ShingDig!
'This mighty volume is an artistically triumphant companion to his musical achievements' - The Beat Magazine
'What he reveals in Jimmy Page:The Anthology are the secrets of his art, the inner working of Led Zeppelin... how he chose and modified the guitars with which he created the band's definitive songs' - Total Guitar
'A truly momentous publication, of such rarely seen character and exhaustive research the likes of which probably indicate this will be the final word on the 6/12 string legend' - Gigslutz
'Jimmy Page: The Anthology is a magnificent book, beautifully designed with strong, arresting graphics. It's difficult to overstate the importance or the beauty of the illustrations throughout this narrative. This book both embodies and enriches our understanding of how Jimmy Page the artist came to be and illuminates why his music continues to matter to so many' - Shelf Awareness
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