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  1. Fake news. Black Sabbath were never on any bill with Zeppelin. And that doesn't look like page in that photo.
  2. Not many 1977 photos and they're common ones.
  3. Yes, you've been living under a rock. This is one of the most common Zep boots, available for 30+ years. Fillmore West 4/27/69.
  4. sample of Robert Johnson. Vocals on the left, guitar on the right channel . WeTransfer link :https://we.tl/t-A2mirIgkcJ
  5. I've been following some YouTube videos for a few days showing the software. It's definitely interesting and I did some playing around on a few Zep boots. A similar high-end technology was used on the recent Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl live album. Here's a good channel to follow:
  6. It's an online digital only album, not available on CD. https://open.spotify.com/album/5jQEuOsezpHOAhfQXMGTLo Can purchase download on Amazon, iTunes etc https://www.amazon.com/Led-Zeppelin-x/dp/B07HGT14CY/
  7. Would they be relevant for this book? Isn't this Anthology book for his equipment and stage clothing and things like that?
  8. Robert Plant says he can no longer relate to Led Zeppelin's Stairway To Heaven By Scott Munro (Classic Rock) While Robert Plant acknowledges the rock classic, he has “no intention ever to write along those abstract lines any more” Robert Plant says he can no longer relate to the lyrical content of Led Zeppelin’s classic track Stairway To Heaven. The vocalist was speaking with UCR and their Nights radio show when the topic of the 1971 track came up. Plant says: “The construction of the song, the actual musical construction, is very good. It’s one of those moments that really can stand without a vocal and, in fact, it will stand again without a vocal, I’m sure, because it’s a fine piece of music. “Lyrically, now, I can’t relate to it, because it was so long ago. I would have no intention ever to write along those abstract lines any more. “I look at it and I tip my hat to it and I think there are parts of it that are incredible. The way Jimmy Page took the music through, and the way that the drums almost climaxed and then continued – it’s a very beautiful piece. But lyrically, now, and even vocally, I go, ‘I’m not sure about that.’” Led Zeppelin have been uploading clips celebrating their history over the course of the last six months, with the latest instalment arriving at the end of October. Episode eight focused on the last few months of 1969 when the band wrapped up a US tour and prepared to launch their second album Led Zeppelin II. Plant, meanwhile, is preparing to release Digging Deep With Robert Plant in February – a limited edition 7-inch vinyl box set which will feature remastered versions of singles from 30 years of Plant's solo career and ties in with his Digging Deep podcast. It’s now available to pre-order. Find details below. Plant will be the cover star of the next issue of Classic Rock magazine which will go on sale next week. https://www.loudersound.com/news/robert-plant-says-he-can-no-longer-relate-to-led-zeppelins-stairway-to-heaven
  9. huh? There's literally a photo of Jimmy in the studio on the back cover of the album. As for the rest of your question, I have no idea what you're talking about.
  10. www.ledzeppelin.com/show/june-25-1972 I saw a pic somewhere of Robert Plant wearing that hat too.
  11. www.ledzeppelin.com/show/january-21-1975
  12. To some extent I agree but I'd rather have them doing designer merchandise than that cartoony 'hammer of the gods' junk in the 1980s. That was the worst. What we want as fans is audio/video LIVE CONCERT RELEASES.
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