Led Zeppelin: Led to Gold (by Ritchie Yorke) New ebook in News Posted January 22, 2017 · Edited January 23, 2017 by joblo Couple things I really regret 1) the PS above - 2) ALSO the "legend/star" thing comes from the Johnny Rogan book and obviously I need to start taking some notes 'cause I'm thinkin' I got some things all F'd UP - but se la vie - better just to say "popular artists are bound to be enigmatic or what's the use?" and "Jimmy Page and Van Morrison are very much of the same high caliber and I can't quite see why that's not immediately obvious to just about anybody" Lol! BTW, I get the sense they're both (early on anyhow) fairly "traditional" or "conservative" in relative terms which sometimes strikes me -- how in the heck they both tend to stumble into such beautiful melodies - both of them possessed of just absolutely impeccable sense of timing and rhythms. I've always been amazed at the "physicality" of drummers like Bonham and Carl Palmer but to layer melody over that is pretty mind boggling. Then I read somewhere today that Yorke's book Into The Music RE: Van WAS "AUTHORIZED" ... anyhow anybody puts out songs with Drinking that wine making time in the days gone by Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah Behind the ritual, making time in the days gone by and includes that many bla blas ha GOT to have a sense of humor. God bless I truly am sorry I De-railed myself - and this (clearly good on the part of the Adm) topic ... If anybody's acquainted with Ritchie Yorke's historic first book on Led Zeppelin, released in 1976 now available in a 4th revised edition ebook then one of these days they'll bail me out on this one Lol!