Been expanding the iTunes playlist so I occasionally go back and sample stuff I haven't heard in a while. I have to say, as much as I liked them back in the day, I continue to be impressed with their range and sound. Not the best band ever but, after the Beattles and the Stones, they have few peers.
"According to a source, rumors of Led Zeppelin (Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant, ed) working in recording studio are true, with as many as eight songs having been put to tape. “It’s still in the early stages,” “They got security on the doors to ensure no-one hears a whisper,” a source said. “I think it would be the best tribute ever to John Bonham.”
World Tour To Follow New Album?
Led Zeppelin are rumoured to be planning a worldwide tour at the end of 2017. When contacted, a representative had no information on a new album, or any of the rock band’s future plans. This isn’t the first time in recent memory reports have surfaced about Led Zeppelin recording sessions. Fans will be anxiously awaiting..."...
they were young'ins back in 69'. man, has anybody ever moved more authentically to the music, or work so much to render his voice as an instrument? the sounds from that 69' video are still ringing in my ear.. that guitar tho is lead vocal, my god where did those sounds come from? i don't think anyone was more of a fan of Page than Plant was! it looks like plant was following page. but it sounds visa-versa.
they're was something uniquely special about LedZep!?
i was only 6 when that vid was made. to young to understand what the impression LZ made that brought them into the lime-light.
anybody here experience the evolution of the music world through the 60's, what was the word goin around on what LZ was bringing across the pond? in the beginnings what was the allure of americans?