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  1. Exactly...and maybe that really is the answer to Robert's decision. Maybe he really feels the legacy is in the can, and anything further would diminish that legacy. While I can appreciate that point of view, I certainly don't agree - especially considering how good they apparently sounded at O2
  2. Just to clarify, Coverdale became a US Citizen in 2007.
  3. Absolutely correct here - ultimately if RP doesn't see the importance of this effort, and has that much against doing it he should remain out of the picture. The type of view he has that I have seen posted elsewhere has been in the line of "I don't want to be a bunch of old guys following the Stones around"..or something to that effect. It is still strange he is balking since the quality of the show at O2 by all accounts (including Plant's own) was that the group was dead on...performing to the standards of the 70's even (perhaps even better 'cause everyone is sober now). That being the
  4. I can understand Robert's "been there, done that" view of reviving Led Zeppelin for a current world tour. As a working musician and a creative mind, regurgitating past work for the sake of nostalgia would not be a satisfying prospect. Yet, I think he is not quite appreciating the situation for what it is. Rock music is an art form, no ifs, ands or buts. It is a creative and significant force in the art of the 20th century. Led Zeppelin was one of the defining agents for this genre. Their contribution was unique. Their creations timeless. It is no stretch to say that their place in
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