Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
Interview by Frank Tortorici, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1998
The ex-Zep duo talk about the more straightforward direction of their new Walking Into Clarksdale album; and about working with Steve Albini, meeting Jeff Buckley and their love of Joni Mitchell.
File format: mp3; file size: 12.9mb, interview length: 13' 25" sound quality: ***
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Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, December 1994
That Page And Plant Unledded film, plugged. ...
Interview by Mat Snow, MOJO, December 1994
THE DATE: Thursday, September 29,1994. THE PLACE: a table outside a café in Tottenham Street, London W1. THE CAST: Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Mat Snow ...
Interview by Deborah Frost, Spin, January 1995
Led Zeppelin's chapter in the history of rock'n'roll has long been secure. So why have Robert Plant and Jimmy Page decided to rewrite the ending? ...
Report and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Rolling Stone, 1998
THE VERY IDEA of MTV as deus ex machina is enough to send shudders down the hardiest spine. But MTV it was who approached Robert ...
Interview by Frank Tortorici, Addicted To Noise, 24 March 1998
NEW YORK – Robert Plant was in a playful mood, despite the fact that he had been waiting anxiously for his former Led Zeppelin cohort ...
Review and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Mat Snow, MOJO, May 1998
WHEN, IN 1994, MTV approached Robert Plant otherwise engaged making records with unknown youngbloods, and saying rude things about Jimmy Page for working with ...
Book Excerpt by Dave Lewis, 'The Tight But Loose Files', December 2003
2004 INTRO: In 1993 all hopes of any conceivable type of Zeppelin reunion seemed well off the agenda. Page and Plant were both wrapped up ...
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