On September 25 1980 John Bonham, considered one of the greatest drummers of all time, died in tragic circumstances. Two months later a simple letter signed by Plant, Page and Jones stated that they could not replace him and therefore could not continue. John's brother Mick delivers a personal account of his life, from a childhood desire to play the drums, improvising on pots and pans, to his incarnation as an internationally renowned rock drummer in one of the most successful bands ever formed. With contributions from Plant and Jones and featuring previously unseen photos.
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