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Alfred Music Releases Two New Led Zeppelin Platinum Bass Titles
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Alfred Music Releases Two New Led Zeppelin Platinum Bass Titles

Alfred Music is getting the led out with two new titles in their Platinum Bass Guitar series. Led Zeppelin: I Platinum Bass Guitar and Led Zeppelin: II Platinum Bass Guitar combine to offer up transcriptions of John Paul Jones’ bass lines on 17 across both albums. Both books include both standard notation and tab for the bass lines, plus the...

Led Zeppelin Releases “Celebration Day”
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Led Zeppelin Releases “Celebration Day”

On December 10, 2007, the surviving members of Led Zeppelin reunited for the first time since in 27 years. The concert, which served as a memoriam to friend and Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, is now available as a DVD/CD set called Celebration Day. The band’s lineup features its surviving members – singer Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, and bassist...

Led Zeppelin Announce New Live DVD, Celebration Day
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Led Zeppelin Announce New Live DVD, Celebration Day

Led Zeppelin has confirmed the release of Celebration Day, a film of the one-off reunion concert they performed at London’s O2 Arena in 2007. The film will be shown in theaters worldwide October 17th with CD, DVD, Blu-ray and LP formats and hitting shelves on November 19th. Anchored by bassist John Paul Jones, the band reunited for the concert to...

John Paul Jones to Tour with Supersilent
Concerts & Tours

John Paul Jones to Tour with Supersilent

John Paul Jones is no stranger to experimental music, from his days with Led Zeppelin through today. This November, Jones will be stretching out even more as he tours with the Norwegian avant-garde/improvisational group Supersilent for a handful of live dates in Europe. In a recent issue of Uncut, Jones said the improvisation with Supersilent reminds him of the way...

Them Crooked Vultures: “Scumbag Blues” – John Paul Jones’s Isolated Bass
Bass Videos

Them Crooked Vultures: “Scumbag Blues” – John Paul Jones’s Isolated Bass

John Paul Jones, Dave Grohl and Josh Homme – aka Them Crooked Vultures – recorded “Scumbag Blues” for their . Here’s the isolated bass and drums for your listening pleasure.

Led Zeppelin: “Ramble On” – John Paul Jones Isolated Bass (Isolated Bass Week)
Bass Videos

Led Zeppelin: “Ramble On” – John Paul Jones Isolated Bass (Isolated Bass Week)

Our week-long celebration of “all bass” continues, with this isolated bass track for Led Zeppelin’s 1969 classic, “Ramble On”, from “Led Zeppelin II.” John Paul Jones and his awesome, melodic bass line from the tune is heard loud and clear, the way we like it

John Paul Jones: “What Is And What Should Never Be” Isolated Bass Track
Bass Videos

John Paul Jones: “What Is And What Should Never Be” Isolated Bass Track

If you’re looking for vintage tone and a melodic groove, look no further. Zach McFatridge shared this clip of John Paul Jones’s isolated bass from the Led Zeppelin classic “What Is And What Should Never Be” from their second album. With some bleed from the drums, it’s easy to hear Jones and drummer John Bonham locked in tight.

Led Zeppelin FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About the Greatest Hard Rock Band of All Time
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Led Zeppelin FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About the Greatest Hard Rock Band of All Time

Writer, critic and musician George Case has penned an incredibly detailed book on one of the biggest rock groups of all time: Led Zeppelin. Case, who previously wrote an unauthorized biography of the band’s guitarist, Jimmy Page, turns his sites to the band, on a mission to uncover many of the mysteries and insiders look at the iconic band of...

Led Zeppelin: Dazed And Confused (Live, 1969)
Bass Videos

Led Zeppelin: Dazed And Confused (Live, 1969)

Recorded live for Denmark Radio in 1968, here are the boys from Led Zeppelin performing “Dazed and Confused”. John Paul Jones and John Bonham really get things rocking around the five-minute mark.

Seasick Steve with John Paul Jones: Write Me a Few of Your Lines
Bass Videos

Seasick Steve with John Paul Jones: Write Me a Few of Your Lines

Here’s a great clip of the eclectic Seasick Steve from the iTunes Festival earlier this month. The three-stringed wonder is joined Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones, Jack White, and Allison Mosshart for an awesome and raw rendition of the tune “Write Me a Few of Your Lines.” Check out JPJ’s bass lines, reminiscent of some the old Led Zeppelin...