Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page ripped the ‘crap’ sound for his first television reunion performance with Robert Plant in a new social media post. Robert Plant revealed a massive Led Zeppelin reunion tour offer a few days ago.
“On this day in 1994, I appeared on Later with Jools Holland along with Robert Plant and the The Unledded orchestral ensemble; band, extra percussion, Hammond organ, hurdy gurdy and violins courtesy of our Egyptian friends.
We were introduced as ‘half of Led Zeppelin’. But no matter, we performed Four Sticks, Wonderful One and Gallows Pole. This is the first reunion of the musicians after the Unledded recording at LWT that make up the DVD and beginning to roll on what would be an extensive world tour. It was a spirited version of Four Sticks, but a crap sound balance.”
Jimmy Page’s girlfriend recently revealed a painful video. Page also said, “On this day in 2019, two years after Yardbirds ‘68 was released on vinyl exclusively via my website, I’m pleased to let you know that the double album is now available to enjoy on all streaming platforms.
Including a 10-track live recording from The Anderson Theater in March 1968 plus Studio Sketches recorded in New York, the same year Led Zeppelin was formed, I had such a great time working together with Chris Dreja and Jim McCarty on this release in 2017.
Thank you for your kind words and the rapturous response to the release of this record.” Robert Plant revealed who really killed Led Zeppelin yesterday.