The album front and back cover for Led Zeppelin’s untitled fourth album which is generally referred to as Led Zeppelin IV shows a painting hanging on a wall on a partially demolished house with a high-rise apartment building looming in the background as you can see here. The actual location of this place is Salisbury Tower in the Ladywood district of Birmingham. Try to catch the exact location of the place with the known view.
Led Zeppelin IV was released on 8 November 1971 and was a legendary bestseller.
Near Salisbury Tower, Birmingham (Photo by Google Street View)
The LA-like installation: one of the Rock highlights in town
The former home to Geezer Butler
Once voted world’s best Rock venue
Where the first ever Black Sabbath show was booked.
Legendary Brum venue in the 70s
Rolling Stones fans will know this place
British Extreme Metal at its best
Birmingham’s New Romantic movement
Birmingham founders of Heavy Metal
Heavy Metal from West Bromwich
Mixing Rock influences from Birmingham & London
Dark Indie Rock since 2002
70s Punk from Brum