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Hammer of the Gods They Were Legends Based On Myths Myths Of Fantasy, Power, And Black Magic The Tales Of Their Tours Were The Most Outrageous In The Already Excess Laden Annals Of Modern Music The Era Of Led Zeppelin Personified Sex, Drugs, And Rock Roll Based On Interviews With The Band S Musicians, Friends, Employees, And Lovers, Hammer Of The Gods Tells The Shocking Story Of L

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 408 pages
  • Hammer of the Gods
  • Stephen Davis
  • English
  • 24 August 2017
  • 0425182134

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10 thoughts on “Hammer of the Gods

  1. says:

    Ah a aaaahhhhHAAAA Ah a aaaahhhhHAAAAAA It s been a long time since I read this bookIt s been a long time, but let s have a lookWhat a whole lotta love Davis has for Zeppelin What a whole lotta love Here s a fanboy who s sure all that glitters is goldAnd ...

  2. says:

    this was really a crappy book i give it two stars because of the interesting but lifeless information it gave me facts they had a lot of groupies they fucked some girl with a shark they caught fishing out the hotel window they did cocaine, then heroin bonham bought a lot of cars but couldn t drive jimmy had a 14 year old girlfriend he kept locked in his hotel room robert plant s dog s name was strider john paul jones played bass some other shit most of it interesting some not.but this was really a crappy book i give it two stars because of the interesting but lifeless information it gave me facts they had a lot of groupies they fucked some girl with a shark they caught fishing out the hotel window they did cocaine, then heroin bonham bought a lot of cars but couldn t drive jimmy had a 14 year old girlfriend he kept locked in his hotel room robert plant s dog s name was strider john paul jones played bass some other shit most of it interesting some not.but no insight into any of the guys in the band at all i don t even think the guy who wrote the book ever even talked to them most of it seemed to be info from the manager and tour manager this happened, then this, then we went here, there were girls, we fucked them with fishes, etc.and john bonham was a DICK and i was glad when he died true fact of course then the band broke up, because you need the insane violent drunk asshole to hold the band together by making...

  3. says:

    I ve heard it said that rock n roll ain t pretty.I never it expected it to be quite so repugnant, however Read this book if you wantinformation than anybody needs about what goes on when young adults are allowed to have no limits absolutely.I d have to blame most of the raucous behavior on the road manager, Richard Cole, and the band s manager, Peter Grant I d only been a casual fan of Led Zeppelin collected all their cds but preferred my 70 s hard rock a bitPurple or Black , so I ve heard it said that rock n roll ain t pretty.I never it expected it to be quite so repugnant, however Read this book if you wantinformation than anybody needs about what goes on when young adults are allowed to have no limits absolutely.I d have to blame most of the raucous behavior on the road manager, Richard Cole, and the band s manager, Peter Grant I d only been a casual fan of Led Zeppelin collected all their cds but preferred my 70 s hard rock a bitPurple or Black , so I had not previously heard of either of these guys Between the two of them, they basically set the musicians of Zeppelin as idiot kings, able to satisfy every whim and never worry about consequences Not a good recipe.I d read a similar account in the Alice Cooper book Billion Dollar Baby Their manager, Shep Gordon, used this tactic to vault the band to stardom If you act like stars, and are treate...

  4. says:

    This book is disappointing, which is odd because the story it tells should be so interesting Unfortunately, the author simply doesn t write very well.The story readslike a list of events than a narrative, and to provide interest and emphasis his primary tool seems to be the use of italics.The redeemin...

  5. says:

    Great band Actually THE greatest ever, in my opinion Not a great book I ve read it twice Just not written very well I d like to find a better bio on Zeppelin and read it, if I could actually part from romance erotica long enough

  6. says:

    started 5 26 08finished 5 29 08First of all, no rock and roll book could possibly be anyshocking then Motley Crue s The Dirt lol Hammer of the Gods is a must read for any Zep fan, really A classic book about a classic band It is completely up to date, until 2007 that s only last year people P I really enjoyed it, I always wanted to know what was coming next and I just about cried when it reached 1980 and it was time to say goodbye to Bonzo Maybe because I love the band so I m em started 5 26...

  7. says:

    Sex, drugs and rock n roll These guys invented it Yeah, baby.

  8. says:

    Cigarettes with batteries in them Beer with no alcohol in it Backstage passes to spiritual gurus, therapists, personal trainers, and dietary consultants instead of groupies and dope peddlers Trading Jack Daniels and Southern Comfort for super grande venti machiatto double skim, light foam, extra hot soy latte frappes Come back, Keith Moon Wake up, Johnny Thunders Save us, Chuck Berry The man bun, coffee swilling, smart phone ...

  9. says:

    I read this book because it s one of the only books that my husband has ever readthan once I wanted to see what was so great about it, so off I went.First off, this book is not for me In my view, this is a zero star book Smack headed pedophiles, angry violent drunks, and dudes who marry a women, have kids with her, divorce her, then marry her sister and have kids with her also, don t...

  10. says:

    Hammer of the Gods is missing historical context I realize Davis was writing about four people and could not cover them all as profoundly as he could have, but despite the actual writing, I think in 1985 he was lacking both the historical perspective and the maturity to be able to give Zeppelin its full due.Despite the selling one s soul to the devil bit, which is merely a catchy framing device, he starts out well, chronicling Jimmy Page s early musical growth and subsequent session work, under Hammer of the Gods is missing historical context I realize Davis was writing about four people and could not cover them all as profoundly as he could have, but despite the actual writing, I think in 1985 he was lacking both the historical perspective and the maturity to be able to give Zeppelin its full due.Despite the selling one s soul to the devil bit, which is merely a catchy framing device, he starts out well, chronicling Jimmy Page s early musical growth and subsequent session work, understanding that it was a laboratory for his development and his output with the Yardbirds This portion was fascinating and gave real insight into Page s vision as well as documenting the intelligent business decisions and transactions he and his manager made, which transformed Rock and the way performers were remunerated.However, the other three members of the band and their early development are merely glossed over Jones is giv...

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