Personalities | Led Zeppelin | After The Break Up (1999) | Key Events
John Paul Jones’s Zooma
After years of keeping a low profile with production and soundtrack work, John Paul Jones released his first solo album in September 1999. An instrumental album, it has a range of styles and influences that reveal just how much of an influence Jones had on Led Zeppelin – most notably the later Led Zeppelin albums that branched out from their blues-rock foundation. Solo, Jones worked more like a jazz musician, picking instrumental themes to search and build upon (which included using the London Symphony Orchestra), as opposed to the more immediate, visceral riff-based approach that defined his previous band’s music.
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Personalities | Led Zeppelin | After The Break Up (2002) | Key Events
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