caroselambra~ Posted November 22, 2008 Share Posted November 22, 2008 everyone must, by now, be sick of the *will they won't they* issue surrounding the remaining members of the band. it has just occurred to me, amongst all this conjecture, what would i do if i were in robert's shoes? please don't answer with the *robert can do what he wants* routine as that isn't what this post is about. if you were part of a legacy as great as their's and had the chance to *do it all again* would you? i admire robert's decision not to be part of a reunion - afterall he could have played safe and joined the others, the o2 gig showed he could still do it. it is also probably right to suggest the zeppelin legacy is safe and whatever happens now will have no effect on how they are written in the history of music. i am actually surprised jonesy and jimmy want to go ahead with this. they are both peerless musicians so i would have thought breaking new boundaries would appeal to them more. i would like to think i would be brave enough NOT to take part in a sure fire hit reunion and that i would be remembered for not living on past glories and playing it safe. i may have quoted this before, but when asked if the jam would ever reform paul weller's answer was what this subject is all about. the jam were a very successful band in the uk during the 70's and eighties. this post is really just a question to everyone who reads it what would you do if you were in robert plant's shoes? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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