Today in Music History: Led Zeppelin Releases That Album With No Title


Today In:

1965 - The Beatles worked on a new George Harrison song "Think For Yourself" at Abbey Road for their forthcoming Rubber Soul album. After rehearsing the song, they recorded the basic instrumental track in one take.

1975 - Elton John was named Godfather to John and Yoko Lennon's son Sean.

1995 - Michael Jackson sold the rights to scores of Beatles songs (he had outbid Paul McCartney for the rights several years earlier) to Sony for $95 million.

2009 - Morrissey stopped a concert halfway through his second song after being hit in the eye by a plastic beer bottle lobbed at the stage. The Mozzer said goodnight to the 8,000 strong crowd in Liverpool, England before walking off.

History Highlight:

Today in 1971, Led Zeppelin released their fourth album. Generally referred to as Led Zeppelin IV, Four Symbols or The Fourth Album, it had no official title. The album went on to sell over 37 million copies worldwide. We played "Misty Mountain Hop."