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LED ZEPPELIN – III: FRAMED GOLD PLATED VINYL RECORD

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  • LED ZEPPELIN – III: FRAMED GOLD PLATED VINYL RECORD

  • III is one of the most iconic album of Jimi Page’s and Robert Plant’s band. III framed golden record, will make an amazing GIFT to any LED ZEPPELIN’s fan or ROCK MUSIC lover.

  • A real vinyl record turned into a GOLDEN COLLECTABLE, like MUSIC AWARDS are made.
  • Make or make yourself a great gift with our GOLD RECORD FRAMES.
  • Size: 13″x 13″x 1″ (33 x 33 x 2,5 cm) – Weight: 700g
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: due to the metallization process, the record is not playable anymore.

 

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  • LED ZEPPELIN – III: FRAMED GOLD PLATED VINYL RECORD

  • Here is your chance to own a gold plated record from the LED ZEPPELIN. III: An amazing album of Jimi Page’s and Robert Plant’s songs. III framed golden record, will make an amazing GIFT to any ZEPPELIN’s fan or ROCK MUSIC lover.

  • The record has a gold, bright mirror-like finish that is a real eye catcher when you walk into a room with one of these on the wall.
  • These one-of-a-kind displays are produced from a multi-step electroplating process (not sprayed, painted or dipped) just as real record awards are made.
  • All the records are vintage materials purchased on the open market and  produced as a collectible.
  • The protective varnishing will guarantee that the record will never fade, corrode or tarnish.
  • Features a black anodyzed aluminum frame and frontal polycarbonate protection against UV.
  • Size: 13″x 13″x 1″ (33 x 33 x 2,5 cm) – Weight: 700g
  • Material: recycled vinyl record, frame: anodyzed aluminium, frontal protection: polycarbonate
  • Do you want to create your personal LED ZEPPELIN’s HALL of FAME? Have a look at our frames for vinyl records covers HERE
More about the album:

Led Zeppelin III is the third studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released in October 1970. It had a more eclectic style than prior albums, adding folk-style songs to their standard hard rock and blues rock repertoire.

While hard rock influences were still present, such as on “Immigrant Song“, acoustic-based songs such as “Gallows Pole” and “That’s the Way” showed Led Zeppelin were capable of playing different styles successfully. The band wrote most of the material themselves, but as with prior records, included two songs that were re-interpretations of earlier works, “Gallows Pole” based on a traditional English folk song, by way of American singer Fred Gerlach, and “Hat’s off to (Roy) Harper”, a reworking of a blues song by Bukka White.

The acoustic material developed from a songwriting session between band members Jimmy Page and Robert Plant at Bron-Yr-Aur cottage in Wales, which influenced the musical direction. The songs were recorded using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio, Headley Grange, Island Studios, and Olympic Studios in London. As with the prior album, the band eschewed the use of guest musicians, with all music played by band members Page (guitars), Plant (vocals), John Paul Jones (bass, keyboards), and John Bonham (drums). The range of instruments played by the band was greatly enhanced in this album, with Jones especially emerging as a talented multi-instrumentalist, playing a wide range of keyboard and stringed instruments including various synthesizers, mandolin and double bass in addition to his usual bass guitar. As with prior albums, Page served as producer on the album, with mixing done by Andy Johns and Terry Manning.

The album was one of the most anticipated of 1970, and its shipping date was held up by the intricate inner sleeve design based around a volvelle, with numerous images visible through holes in the outer cover. It was an immediate commercial success upon release and topped the UK and US charts. Although critics were typically confused over the change in musical style and gave the album a mixed response, Led Zeppelin III has since been acknowledged as representing an important milestone in the band’s history, and a turning point in their music.

Size: 32x32cm (13″x13″) thickness 2.5cm (1″)

IMPORTANT NOTE: due to the metallization process, the record is not playable anymore.
Designer

Max Stefanutti

Color

Record: black Label: may vary (if you require a specific color, simply ask, we'll do our best to satisfy every request!)

Material

Recycled Vinyl Record

Height

4 cm

Weight

500 g / 1 Oz.

Other details

Handmade in Italy. Label on record can differ from picture. Requires one AA battery (not included). To wall-mount, simply hang on a nail (nail and wall not included!).

Shipping info

SHIPPING INFO: Estimated Arrival: Italy: 2 – 4 Days Europe: 5 – 7 Days Return Policy: Eligible for return within 14 days of receipt. Availability: Ships to Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom

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