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North American syndicated Rock radio show and website InTheStudio: The Stories Behind History’s Greatest Rock Bands  host Jimmy Page and Robert Plant on the release of Led Zeppelin IV and Houses Of the Holy in new deluxe editions.


Anyone assuming that Led Zeppelin’s allure was limited to the decade of the Seventies, or even the 20th century, simply has not been paying attention: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction 1995; Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award 2005; one-off 2007 London O2 Arena performance that had over six million ticket requests; and recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors in 2012 awarded by U.S. President Barack Obama, proving that the Led Zeppelin legacy and their music has certainly not diminished.


With the second installment of new Led Zeppelin Deluxe Editions,  Robert Plant and Jimmy Page share with InTheStudio host Redbeard the efforts of the band to continue to evolve after three monumental years (1968 -71) together.


“We just did whatever… whenever it was most appropriate, with amplifiers , without amplifiers, in a desert, on top of a Welsh mountain, wherever it was which could be indicative and show what we were all about.”  – Robert Plant


“ I wanted to make music that people would respect… I knew it was good, but I hadn’t got the faintest idea that it was ever going to become as big as it did… I wanted to do something that could stand the test of time.”  – Jimmy Page


Stream the Led Zeppelin IV, Houses of the Holy/ InTheStudio interview program


Direct Link to: Led Zeppelin: HYPERLINK “http://www.ledzeppelin.com

Direct Link to InTheStudio:  HYPERLINK “http://www.inthestudio.net


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