Jimi Hendrix photographed by Donald Silverstein, 1968.

Jimi Hendrix photographed by Donald Silverstein, 1968.

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Led Zeppelin performing on stage at the Forum, 1970.

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what led zeppelin COULD have been if they reunited in 2008

jadesyns:

what led zeppelin COULD have been if they reunited in 2008

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Robert Plant photographed by Chris Walter, 1977.

Robert Plant photographed by Chris Walter, 1977.

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Led Zeppelin IV" and “Houses of the Holy” (Super Deluxe Box Edition),
Release: October. 28, 2014.

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"Robert (Plant) and I went to Bron-Yr-Aur in 1970. We’d been working solidly right up to that point. Even recordings were done on the road. We had this time off and Robert suggested the cottage. I certainly hadn’t been to that area of Wales. So we took our guitars down there and played a few bits and pieces. This wonderful countryside, panoramic views and having the guitars … it was just an automatic thing to be playing. And we started writing." - Jimmy Page

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Jim Morrison photographed by Joel Brodsky, 1967.

Jim Morrison photographed by Joel Brodsky, 1967.

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Jimmy Page backstage in Indianapolis, 1975. Photo by Neal Preston.

"I had a Nikon with a 24mm lens on my lap, and I was going to say something to Jimmy and I saw the bottle move toward his mouth and I picked up the camera, shot one frame, and I didn’t know if he even realized I was there shooting it." - Neal Preston

Jimmy Page backstage in Indianapolis, 1975. Photo by Neal Preston.

"I had a Nikon with a 24mm lens on my lap, and I was going to say something to Jimmy and I saw the bottle move toward his mouth and I picked up the camera, shot one frame, and I didn’t know if he even realized I was there shooting it." - Neal Preston

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Robert Plant and Jimmy Page photographed by Lynn Goldsmith, 1975.

Robert Plant and Jimmy Page photographed by Lynn Goldsmith, 1975.

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