'Led Zeppelin: In Through the Out Door Platinum Guitar' Songbook Released by Alfred

October 21, 2011
imgAlfred Music Publishing, in association with Led Zeppelin, is proud to release the Platinum Album Edition of Led Zeppelin: In Through the Out Door Platinum Guitar, with all-new transcriptions featuring unprecedented accuracy and insight into the guitar style of Jimmy Page.

Led Zeppelin: In Through the Out Door Platinum Guitar is an exceptional TAB resource for guitarists, and a unique collectible for Zeppelin and classic rock fans. The songbook includes complete TAB, accurate guitar chord grids, lyrics, and standard music notation to favorites such as “Fool in the Rain,” “Hot Dog,” “All My Love,” and many more.
Special features include vintage Zeppelin photographs and a helpful Guitar TAB Glossary, along with a detailed guitar performance instruction section covering topics such as note bending, articulations, and tremolo bar to help recreate the various guitar characteristics of each song. The Led Zeppelin Platinum Guitar series is drawn from more than 30 years of documentation, interviews, and recorded footage.

Formed in 1968, Led Zeppelin is an English rock band known for their definitive sound—one of the first to blend the blues, folk, and rock genres. In Through the Out Door is the band’s eighth studio album, which peaked at No.1 on The Billboard 200 in 1979. A testament to the band’s enduring and highly influential role in music, Led Zeppelin was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (2005).

As part of Alfred’s ongoing commitment to improving the environment, this songbook is printed on recycled paper.

Led Zeppelin: In Through the Out Door Platinum Guitar songbook (00-37220) is now available for $21.99 at music retail stores and at alfred.com/ledzeppelin.

Titles: In the Evening * South Bound Saurez * Fool in the Rain * Hot Dog * Carouselambra * All My Love * I'm Gonna Crawl.
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