Considering the atmosphere Led Zeppelin had and the people who regarded them, this essay (“Record sales and a whole lotta love,” Aug. 4) is almost blasphemous. Don’t get me wrong, there was some good: Peeter Kopvillem seemed to possess some firsthand Zeppelin knowledge and Jonathan Durbin recognized their influence on groups to come.
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