They Ask No Quarter - The Carl Dunn Led Zeppelin Archive Book - Limited Edition

EUR 129,00

They Ask No Quarter - The Carl Dunn Led Zeppelin Archive is a 288 page large size book following in the footsteps of legendary Texas rock photographer Carl Dunn and his exploits shooting Led Zeppelin from 1969-1975, in Texas, Oklahoma and Illinois. The archive consists of ca. 1200 photos; we have for this project chosen 175 of the best of these, more than half of them never seen before. The book details 16 Led Zeppelin shows ranging from the Texas Pop Festival in 1969 over the rise of Led Zeppelin on their May 1970 tour of the US south, 5 shows from the epic 1973 tour including the double date at the Chicago Stadium in July 1973, and finally at three consecutive sold out shows in Texas in early March 1975. Carl was also fortunate to visit the band at their Dallas Hotel in 1970 and to shoot Robert, JPJ, and John Bonham freely while relaxing; and he joined Jimmy Page and Peter Grant in Austin, where Jimmy played with Bad Company in September 1974. The book will be narrated by Carl Dunn and Led Zeppelin expert and writer Marc Roberty.

Music photography archivist Dave Brolan and famed rock photographer Ross Halfin will offer their words on the Carl Dunn Led Zeppelin archive. 


Facts about the Limited edition book:

  • Limited to 300 numbered and signed copies
  • 288 pages  
  • 288 x 337 mm
  • 12000 words
  • Printed on 150 gram Arctic Volume White paper
  • Offset print on red cloth cover 
  • 1 Art print 30x40 cm. Photographer stamped
  • Contains 175 photos half of these previously unpublished
  • Words by Carl Dunn and Marc Roberty
  • Foreword by Dave Brolan and Ross Halfin
Model/Product no.: 2002
Stock status: In stock