Led Zeppelin Physical Graffi-tea House

02/07/2011
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(Gibson) An iconic building in New York City's East Village, which served as the subject of one of rock's great album covers, is undergoing a facelift.

The building at 96 St. Mark's Place was made famous in 1975 when designer Peter Corriston and cover artist Mike Doud photographed it (and the neighboring 98 St. Mark's Place) for the cover of Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti album. The building later served as the backdrop of The Rolling Stones' "Waiting on a Friend" video.

Over the years, the building has housed a variety of establishments, most recently a vintage boutique. Now, the shop is being reinvented once again, in full celebration of its Zeppelin connection. more on this story

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