Fans that were excited for Jimmy Page‘s latest book, which is a deep dive into the legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist’s personal archives will have wait just a little bit longer. The book called Jimmy Page: The Anthology was originally set to be released in December of this year but is now scheduled for release in February of 2020. This Led Zeppelin member recently ripped reunion tour ‘crap’.
Jimmy Page’s girlfriend recently revealed a painful video. The good news is, however, the wait just very well might be worth it as according to the publisher, the book is going to be expanded from 384 pages to 400 pages even. Jimmy Page: The Anthology promises to deliver as the publisher describes the limited edition of the book as such: “The new signed, limited edition documents Jimmy Page’s musical career through selected material from his rich personal archives. Jimmy Page: The Anthology is narrated entirely in Jimmy Page’s own words, and includes contextual photography spanning six decades.”
In other news regarding Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin fans of the group debated which album should new Led Zeppelin fans listen to first in a new topic within the band’s subreddit.
Lzprcs suggested: “IV. Cliche answer, but it’s got everything. Riff heavy rockers(Black Dog), masterful compositions(Stairway to Heaven), acoustic ballads(Going to California, The Battle of Evermore), and a bluesy number too(When The Levee Breaks). If not that, then Physical Graffiti.”
A Led Zeppelin icon revealed a 2019 comeback photo a couple of days ago. KingRidiculous had a more straight-forward answer when they said: “I would say start with their first record and then listen to the subsequent albums in order so you can experience how the band’s sound evolved over time.”
For those interested, you can pre-order the new expanded edition HERE.