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29 januari 2009, 12:04:52 geplaatst door SftP · 12 Reacties · Geraden door Blogman · Hoesfragment

Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin III (1970)

Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin III (1970)

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  • 1 SftP // 29 januari 2009 om 12:44:40

    SftP

    Iedereen kent deze band.

  • 2 Blogman // 29 januari 2009 om 13:01:23

    Blogman

    Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin III ?

  • 3 SftP // 29 januari 2009 om 13:04:41

    SftP

    Vanwaar dat vraagteken? :suckonthis:

  • 4 Blogman // 29 januari 2009 om 13:07:20

    Blogman

    Op de plaatjes die ik zag, staat geen gezicht daar.

  • 5 SftP // 29 januari 2009 om 13:09:33

    SftP

    verrek, mijn eigen exemplaar heeft ook geen gezichtje. Ik had ‘m van RYM:
    http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/led_zeppelin/led_zeppelin_iii/

  • 6 Blogman // 29 januari 2009 om 13:10:21

    Blogman

    Is dat het gezichtje van Robert P, eigenlijk ?

  • 7 SftP // 29 januari 2009 om 13:16:09

    SftP

    aha:

    Led Zeppelin III’s original vinyl edition was packaged in a gatefold sleeve with an innovative cover, designed by Zacron, a multi-media artist whom Jimmy Page had met in 1963 whilst Zacron was a student at Kingston College of Art.[8] Zacron had recently resigned a lectureship at Leeds Polytechnic to found Zacron Studios, and in 1970 Page contacted him and asked him to design the third album’s cover.

    The cover and interior gatefold art consisted of a surreal collection of seemingly random images on a white background, many of them connected thematically with flight or aviation (as in “Zeppelin”). Behind the front cover was a rotatable laminated card disc, or volvelle, covered with more images, including photos of the band members, which showed through holes in the cover. Moving an image into place behind one hole would usually bring one or two others into place behind other holes. This could not be replicated on a conventional cassette or CD cover, but there have been Japanese and British CDs packaged in miniature versions of the original sleeve. In France this album was released with a different album cover, simply showing a photo of the four band members.
    The volvelle used on the front cover

    The concept of a volvelle, based on crop rotation charts, was initially Jimmy Page’s idea.[1] However, the result was a meeting of minds as Zacron had been working on rotating graphics from 1965. Zacron felt that by not including text on the front of the cover, the art would endure.[9]

    In an article featured in the December 2007 issue of Classic Rock magazine, Zacron claimed that upon his completion of the artwork, Jimmy Page telephoned him while he was in New York to express his satisfaction with the results, saying “I think it is fantastic”.[10] However, in a 1998 interview Page himself gave to Guitar World magazine, he described the results as a disappointment:

    I thought it looked very teeny-bopperish. But we were on top of a deadline, so of course there was no way to make any radical changes to it. There were some silly bits – little chunks of corn and nonsense like that.[11]

    The album cover featured on the front page of The Daily Mail’s Live Magazine in December 2007, which hailed Led Zeppelin III as “The greatest rock album of all time.[12]

    The first pressings of the album included the phrases “Do what thou wilt” and “So mote it be”, inscribed on the record acetate itself by engineer Terry Manning during the final mastering process. This phrase is from the core tenet of Aleister Crowley’s philosophy of Thelema: “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. Love is the law, love under will. There is no law beyond do what thou wilt.” Page was a scholar of Crowley’s work, owns one of the world’s most extensive private collections of Crowley manuscripts, artwork and other ephemera, and in the 1970s even bought one of his residences, Boleskine House on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland.

  • 8 Rokus // 29 januari 2009 om 14:55:28

    Rokus

    @6: Jimmy Page

  • 9 Blogman // 29 januari 2009 om 14:59:19

    Blogman

    Aha. Die andere dikke pad ! ­čśë

  • 10 SftP // 29 januari 2009 om 15:03:54

    SftP

    @9 Hier spreekt een fan? :speech:

  • 11 Blogman // 29 januari 2009 om 15:05:05

    Blogman

    Ze zijn toch bijna net zo goed als The Beatles ?

  • 12 Rokus // 29 januari 2009 om 15:22:05

    Rokus

    @10 & 11: klopt!

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