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  1. The second single from the album, "High and Lonesome," was premiered on BBC Radio 6 Music this morning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pM40mlXWOSM Robert Plant’s introduction to the song is available here from 39:05: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m00108w3 Robert Plant will be interviewed on Jo Whiley's BBC Radio 2 show tonight at 7.30pm UK time: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00108gk
  2. Agreed - this felt like a poor taste move to me and I'm surprised there isn't more frustration over it.
  3. A bunch more photos of it are here https://ledzepnews.com/2017/12/12/photos-1965-aston-martin-db5-previously-owned-by-robert-plant-is-up-for-sale/
  4. “There’s a lot of stuff rolling around. It’s a bit like water in the bottom of a paddle boat. But the thing is we didn’t even play together ’til September so we have a couple of months to connect and say, ‘What’s going on?'” https://ledzepnews.com/2018/03/20/robert-plant-led-zeppelins-upcoming-fiftieth-anniversary-i-didnt-know-anything-everyone-started-pointing/
  5. I thought this was interesting when I read that part of the Associated Press report but that's not actually what she said in the press conference. "It is an unusual way of making a documentary but it’s more like a feature film way of making documentaries and that’s probably what we would like to do next after this, would be a feature," is what Allison actually said. She didn't say she wanted to make a feature film about Led Zeppelin, just that her and Bernard would like to make a feature film next. I've published a full transcript of the press conference here: https://ledzepnews.com/2021/09/04/read-in-full-the-becoming-led-zeppelin-press-conference-in-venice/
  6. Last year a submission to a film festival listed the film's runtime as two hours and 27 minutes https://ledzepnews.com/2020/04/04/is-the-official-led-zeppelin-documentary-called-apollo/
  7. Looks like the band's PR agency sent out a press release which Variety and NME have written up - but whoever runs the Led Zeppelin website wasn't kept in the loop/didn't think this qualified as "news" enough for a rare official update on the site.
  8. No release date has been announced for the documentary, sadly.
  9. You're quite right - if a company was dissolved more than 20 years ago then it won't show up on Companies House. It's usually worth checking, though, as often in the music industry businesses can be kept alive for a long time. Led Zeppelin's Superhype Tapes Ltd company, for example, is still trading after being incorporated in 1968.
  10. I've checked Companies House and I can't see any evidence of "Peter Grant Ltd" or "Peer Grant Ltd" having existed at that time. There was a "Peter Grant Ltd" active from 2009 to 2018 registered to a "Peter Henry Grant" in Cambridgeshire but other than I can't see any records of the business on that logbook.
  11. Seems strange to cancel this without providing any reason for it. Were there production issues due to the pandemic? Shipping problems? The abrupt scrapping of the reissue the day before it was due to be released is rather strange.
  12. It's interesting to me that this is a semi-official celebration of Led Zeppelin bootlegs. It's not an official book, but it's written by a close friend of Jimmy Page and published by the company which released Led Zeppelin's 50th anniversary book.
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