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  1. Here we have a report from Led Zeppelin News ‏@LedZepNews 22 Nov# PHOTO: Jimmy Page was interviewed at home in London on November 18th by music fan Bucks Burnett pic.twitter.com/GZk8Kdf4pW And the most uplifting aspect is that Mr Burnett is a member of this Board. Will Mr Burnett tell us which publication this interview will appear in? Will it be timed to coincide with the release of the remastered albums? Is there a deal for the interview to be sold to publications worldwide?
  2. Not at all. No one on this site needs a magnanimous approbation from you.
  3. As long as you include yourself in this category.
  4. Wes, Your information is out of date. The Court of Appeal today ruled that the nopay placements are unlawful. Perhaps you would consider asking the moderators to amend the thread's title, as your information may be misleading to readers. (BTW, The UK Government can, of course, take its case to the Supreme Court) http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/poundland-ruling-backtowork-schemes-in-disarray-as-nopay-placements-judged-unlawful-8491398.html
  5. You are very welcome!! To get a clearer view of the photo, go to today's online UK Daily Mail. Down the right hand column, there are two articles about MW. This photo is in the second article. A photo of CM and JPP sitting down at the same function was used by mistake when the press were covering JPP's divorce from Patricia Ecker.
  6. Premiere of Death Wish 2 1982
  7. http://www.theartnewspaper.com/articles/A+Stairway+to+Pre-Raphaelite+Heaven/27178 A Stairway to Pre-Raphaelite Heaven By The Art Newspaper. From In The Frame Published online: 11 September 2012 It should come as no surprise to fans of Led Zeppelin that the rock group's founder Jimmy Page is a big collector of Pre-Raphaelite works (all that long hair and those forests in his "Stairway to Heaven" anthem must be down, in part, to the art of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and John Everett Millais). Indeed, art (and music) aficionados can see two tapestries by Edward Burne-Jones from Page's coll
  8. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/09/11/millais-isabella-phallic-symbols_n_1872900.html?utm_hp_ref=uk Tate Britain Curator Claims Millais's 'Isabella' Contains Hidden Phallic Symbols New light is being shed on a star painting in Tate Britain's new pre-Raphaelite exhibition after phallic symbols were apparently discovered in the work. Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde traces the 19th century British art movement led by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Holman Hunt and John Everett Millais. Tate curator Dr Carol Jacobi is challenging the reputation of Victorians being repressed w
  9. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/art-features/9517270/Pre-Raphaelites-Tate-Britain-exhibition-visions-that-tell-us-who-we-are.html Pre-Raphaelites, Tate Britain exhibition: visions that tell us who we are Kitsch, old-hat and irrelevant? The Tate’s new blockbuster show sets out to prove that the Pre-Raphaelites’ hyper-real fantasies are anything but. Mark Hudson welcomes this timely reappraisal. Lady Lilith by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, on show at the Tate's Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde Photo: TATE BRITAIN By Mark Hudson 8:39AM BST 12 Sep 2012 Visit any of Bri
  10. There was already a thread started about the exhibition back in December 2011.
  11. Jimmy Page Interview Re Exhibition. TATE ETC. Issue 26 www.tate.org.uk/tateetc Highlights include: - Fiona MacCarthy and Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page on the Pre-Raphaelites - Merel van Tilburg on William Morris and artists’ wallpapers - Socially engaged art at the Liverpool Biennial, by Pablo Helguera - Martin Parr, Simon Baker and Amanda Renshaw on photobooks - Doug Aitken at Tate Liverpool - Jonathan Griffin on the grotesque - Elisabeth Lebovici on Jeanloup Sieff and the meanings in fashion photography - Isobel Harbison on painting after performance in ‘A Bigger Splash’ at Tate
  12. I had a lower lumber disc lesion two years ago. As a result, I also suffered sciatica and a pulled hamstring. After much physiotherapy and strong painkillers, I was able to get back on my feet (literally), however, my back is still stiff. Also, my posture is poor. I was wondering if any of the massage therapies would help - I would not be interested in an aromatherapy type massage, more something like Sports Massage or Swedish Massage. Can anyone advise? Also, I am trying to avoid any practitioner who has only done a week long course because I do not want to end up worse off than when I
  13. I can't see what motivation he would have to tour at 68 years old. It is not as if he needs the money. The thought of being away from home and living out of a suitcase for a year or so probably wouldn't appeal.
  14. It would be impossible to quantify how much any LZ member is worth - the Sunday Times does not have access to their personal investments, investment properties, off shore trusts, or antique/art collections. All this list achieves is to generate publicity for the Sunday Times. Their assessment of McCartney's wealth was way off the mark when he was divorcing Heather Mills.
  15. The content of Uncut Ultimate Music Guide at #334 is heavily reliant on interviews which you may have copies of already, or are featured on this site - just warning anyone who buys it by post without seeing it first.
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