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Uncut - December 2017

Robert Plant, REM, Tom Petty and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard feature in the new issue of Uncut, dated December 2017 and out on October 19.

Plant is on the cover, and inside, the Golden God pops down to his local to discuss his new LP, Carry Fire, John Bonham and plans for the 50th birthday of Led Zeppelin. “[Let’s] hold hands and contact the living,” he says. “What else can you do, really?”

The issue also includes a free CD curated by Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, Golden Gods, featuring tracks by Buddy & Julie Miller, Thee Oh Sees, Bert Jansch, Patty Griffin, Konono No1 and more.

 

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Uncut - December 2017

Robert Plant, REM, Tom Petty and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard feature in the new issue of Uncut, dated December 2017 and out on October 19.

Plant is on the cover, and inside, the Golden God pops down to his local to discuss his new LP, Carry Fire, John Bonham and plans for the 50th birthday of Led Zeppelin. “[Let’s] hold hands and contact the living,” he says. “What else can you do, really?”

The issue also includes a free CD curated by Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, Golden Gods, featuring tracks by Buddy & Julie Miller, Thee Oh Sees, Bert Jansch, Patty Griffin, Konono No1 and more.

 

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"Let's hold hands and contact the living. What else can you do, really?" - That, in a nutshell, is why I love Plant.

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52 minutes ago, JTM said:

Yes it has, Jason too. My subscriber copy arrived an hour or so ago, will read through it later today.

Nice one, let us know if there's any information about a potential new release (I'm guessing not).

Goes on sale in the shops on the 23rd October I think (the MOJO magazine I mean).

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The latest Q Legends, a series of one-off magazines dedicated to those artists who’ve earned legendary status in our opinion, celebrates the 50th anniversary of Led Zeppelin with a special collector’s edition. By the time Q published its first issue in 1986, Led Zeppelin had long since split up, its remaining members dissolving the band in the wake of drummer John Bonham’s death in 1980. Despite that, though, they have remained a continual presence in the magazine. Their music continues to shape our world, and has done for over the past three decades. Think of an era-defining rock band who would exist without Led Zeppelin. You can’t, because there isn’t one. Guns N’Roses, Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Soundgarden, Metallica, Pearl Jam, Muse, U2, The White Stripes and many more have taken cues from their hard rock sound or bombastic ambition, from their retooled blues or flamboyant showmanship.  

This bumper magazine traces the story of the group who reset the course of rock’n’roll. This year marks 50 years since Led Zeppelin’s formation, an anniversary Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones celebrated with the release of Led Zeppelin By Led Zeppelin, the band’s first official illustrated book. We revisit the band’s history over a series of extensive interviews with Plant, Page and Jones and there’s a look at some of the images from the book, with quotes from the band in an exclusive gallery. Q Legends: Led Zeppelin is a must-read for all fans of the band who reshaped rock’n’roll. It’s available in all good newsagents, or order a copy from here.

 

 

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The latest Q Legends, a series of one-off magazines dedicated to those artists who’ve earned legendary status in our opinion, celebrates the 50th anniversary of Led Zeppelin with a special collector’s edition. By the time Q published its first issue in 1986, Led Zeppelin had long since split up, its remaining members dissolving the band in the wake of drummer John Bonham’s death in 1980. Despite that, though, they have remained a continual presence in the magazine. Their music continues to shape our world, and has done for over the past three decades. Think of an era-defining rock band who would exist without Led Zeppelin. You can’t, because there isn’t one. Guns N’Roses, Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Soundgarden, Metallica, Pearl Jam, Muse, U2, The White Stripes and many more have taken cues from their hard rock sound or bombastic ambition, from their retooled blues or flamboyant showmanship.  

This bumper magazine traces the story of the group who reset the course of rock’n’roll. This year marks 50 years since Led Zeppelin’s formation, an anniversary Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones celebrated with the release of Led Zeppelin By Led Zeppelin, the band’s first official illustrated book. We revisit the band’s history over a series of extensive interviews with Plant, Page and Jones and there’s a look at some of the images from the book, with quotes from the band in an exclusive gallery. Q Legends: Led Zeppelin is a must-read for all fans of the band who reshaped rock’n’roll. It’s available in all good newsagents, or order a copy from here.

 

 

 

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