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  1. Atlanta 1973 soundcheck photos

    Great photos. The debut of the Vistalite drum kit.
  2. Hear Robert Plant's Thunderous New Song 'Bones of Saints' Singer croons about "fire up in the sky" on bluesy 'Carry Fire' track Robert Plant released a thunderous new song, "Bones of Saints," from his upcoming 11th LP, Carry Fire. The frontman favors his smoky lower register, crooning a series of brooding images ("madness in the air," "fire up in the sky") as backing band the Sensational Space Shifters churn up rustic guitars and thumping tom-toms. Carry Fire, out October 13th via Nonesuch/Warner Bros., also features lead single "The May Queen," a more reflective piece that nods toward his old band's acoustic work on Led Zeppelin III. The 11-track LP, which follows 2014's Lullaby and… the Ceaseless Roar, features the Sensational Shapeshifters (John Baggott, Justin Adams, Dave Smith and Liam "Skin" Tyson), with cellist Redi Hasa and violist/violinist Seth Lakeman on three cuts. Chrissie Hynde performs a duet with Plant on a cover of Ersel Hickey's "Bluebirds Over the Mountain." "It's about intention, I respect and relish my past works but each time I feel the lure and incentive to create new work. I must mix old with new," Plant said in a statement of his creative direction on the LP. "Consequently the whole impetus of the band has moved on its axis somewhat, the new sound and different space giving way to exciting and dramatic landscapes of mood, melody and instrumentation." Plant will promote Carry Fire with a tour launching in November in the U.K. and Ireland. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/hear-robert-plants-thunderous-new-song-bones-of-saints-w500767
  3. New Bath '70 Video?

    Robert briefly mentioned the Bath '70 footage in this new BBC interview today. "We filmed it but the ASA on the film was wrong and came out black." http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05cpbrs
  4. Any time now.....

    Thanks for that BBC interview. Listening to that now. I guess no America dates this year. http://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/music/842844/Led-Zeppelin-Robert-Plant-solo-album-Carry-Fire-UK-tour-2017-tickets UK Tour NOVEMBER Thurs 16th Plymouth, Pavilions Fri 17th Bristol, Colston Hall Mon 20th Wolverhampton, Civic Wed 22nd Llandudno, Venue Cymru Fri 24th Newcastle, City Hall Sat 25th Liverpool, Olympia Mon 27th Glasgow, SEC Armadillo Tues 28th Perth, Concert Hall Thurs 30th Manchester, O2 Apollo DECEMBER Sat 2nd Belfast, Ulster Hall Weds 6th Sheffield, City Hall Fri 8th London, Royal Albert Hall Mon 11th Portsmouth, Guildhall Tues 12th Birmingham, Symphony Hall
  5. Any time now.....

    UK tour dates & new album Oct 13 http://robertplant.com/
  6. Any time now.....

    Updated on Robert Plant's site today.
  7. Detroit 1970

    There is a poor quality audience recording of the first hour of Detroit 8/28/70.
  8. New Mystery Soundboard?

    Don't care what it looks like.
  9. New Bath '70 Video?

    Not a great scan but it's the whole article from Classic Rock. Same stuff we heard about already.
  10. LZ in Chicago 1969

    beautiful photos. must have been incredible to witness at such close range.
  11. Jimmy Page and July 7th

    For what it's worth, Jimmy's photo book lists the Luton date as "unconfirmed".
  12. May 4, 1971?

    Hope to hear this gem. Some pics from this concert in the time-line, http://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/may-4-1971
  13. Bill Curbishley: Fired by Page, later let Plant go...

    Really good interview