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Mell

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  1. June 30, 2010, 11:43 am Bad Times, Worse Times: Led Zeppelin Sued for Copyright Infringement By DAVE ITZKOFF Neil Zlozower/Rhino Records Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin in an undated photo. Led Zeppelin historians have chronicled the creation of that rock band's early hit "Dazed and Confused" for so long it's understandable if fans can no longer tell what's true about its authorship. One thing is for certain: Jake Holmes, a folk singer who asserts he recorded a similar song, also called in 1967, says that he is the song's creator and has filed a copyright in
  2. here is that interview: After going out on so many tours and putting together so many stage productions, what is it about it the business that still excites you? Where does the energy come from? Jimmy Page: Well, just generally being able to play the guitar. But really it’s for the people who have followed, for instance, Zeppelin. Actually I’ve been quite overwhelmed with the way people have showed me their warmth. It’s fantastic. It must feel good. JP: It bloody well does, sure it does. In fact, it’s just great to be playing again and to be with a band as well. How differen
  3. The Story of the Milan Riots The Led Zeppelin Interview... Vancouver, August 19, 1971 By Rick McGrath Rick: It was pretty hot out there. . . Robert Plant: Yeah, sometimes it gets a bit scary when we see half the stage disappearing... Jimmy Page: It was a bit rough. Rick: Let's talk about what you've been doing since you were here last. Plant: We've been to Italy, Switzerland, Denmark. We did a tour of England, intending to go back to all the old clubs that we played in the beginning. . Rick: ....around Birmingham... Plant: All those sorts of pl
  4. Steven Rosen with Jimmy Page on the Starship, 1977 JIMMY PAGE - Article as originally appeared in Guitar Player magazine, July, 1977 Conducting an interview with Jimmy Page, lead guitarist and producer/arranger for England's notorious hard rock band Led Zeppelin, amounts very nearly to constructing a mini-history of British rock and roll itself. Perhaps one of Zeppelin's more outstanding characteristics is its endurance and being able to remain intact (no personnel changes since its inception) through an extremely tumultuous decade involving not only rock, but also poplar music in general
  5. Conducting an interview with Jimmy Page, lead guitarist and producer/arranger for England's notorious hard rock band Led Zeppelin, amounts very nearly to constructing a mini-history of British rock and roll itself. Perhaps one of Zeppelin's more outstanding characteristics is its endurance and being able to remain intact (no personnel changes since its inception) through an extremely tumultuous decade involving not only rock, but also poplar music in general. Since 1969, the groups four members – Page, bass player John Paul Jones, vocalist Robert Plant and drummer John Bonham – have produced e
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