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  1. football

    Sure Robert will be celebrating with a few drinks tonight, as his beloved Wolves have just gone top of the Championship for the first time since 2009
  2. Especially given many in the music press declared Raising Sand was the moment he stopped being "ex-Led Zep singer Robert Plant" and became "singer Robert Plant". The Zeppelin casts a long shadow, alright.
  3. Pretty standard Plant interview: sing praises of new band; reference to musical past + joke "can't remember any of it". Autobiog - no chance. Good to see him out there though.
  4. Jimmy Page Vs Robbie Williams

    Brand would be number one on my list. Along with that knob from The Killers. And all of the Kardashians
  5. Jimmy Page Vs Robbie Williams

    Ewww. That is an image I'd like to erase from my mind, strong drink is now needed
  6. Pontiac 1977 - New Photos

    Fantastic! The first image especially is a brilliant panorama: I always wondered whether people sitting in the seats behind the band (same as at Kezar stadium in '73) were happy with their view! Still, shit, if I had a time machine I'd take watching the gig from anywhere, even on top of the lighting rig...
  7. I hope Jimmy realises British students are cheeky sods and some of the questions might be along the lines of drugs / why don't you play live anymore. It won't be Brad Tolinski's softballs. Unless the questions are being vetted beforehand?
  8. "Queen + that bloke who looks like Peter Andre" isn't Queen either. As the years go by, and the Stones start to sound like their own tribute band, I'm more convinced than ever that Zeppelin made the right decision. I've said it before, but the MTV era would have ruined the mystique. No more not appearing on TV policy. "and that was Duran Duran and here is Led Zep", nope I just can't conceive of it.
  9. What did they think of other bands

    It's in the "LZ - 75" book by Stephen Salacious. Has the ring of truth about it though... On the topic of James Brown's drummers Mook, there's a lovely interview here with both Clyde and Jabo Starks
  10. What did they think of other bands

    It's still a musical fantasy of mine to see a drum-off between Bonzo & Clyde Stubblefield though. If only...
  11. 9 out of 10 in Uncut! Best reviews for Percy since Raising Sand, surely.
  12. Coverdale/Page

    Come on David, it's you isn't it.
  13. Interesting that the interviewer avoided questions about the 50th anniversary. Good interview though.

    Especially if it includes some dynamite unknown stuff that he's "suddenly discovered". First rehearsal, 1968 UK gig recordings....yeah I know but I can dream