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Robert Plant Opens Up About Led Zeppelin Reunion, Failed Follow-Up With Alison Krauss
Rolling Stone ^ | January 6, 2011 | Andy Greene

Posted on 01/07/2011 4:23:33 PM PST by ConservativeStatement

In the new issue of Rolling Stone - on stands and online in the digital archives now (subscription required) — Robert Plant explains to writer Stephen Rodrick why he was unwilling to keep performing with Led Zeppelin after their 2007 reunion concert.

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To: EQAndyBuzz

If they could do let say 15 shows(5 in NY, 5 in Chi. and 5 in LA) spread out over two months that could go a long way to do the final farewell.People would pay whatever the cost of ticket,traveling, etc. At least I and a few of my friends would.

21 posted on 01/07/2011 4:48:35 PM PST by GQuagmire (Hey now!)
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To: ConservativeStatement

Maybe it’s time for him to go country ;-)

22 posted on 01/07/2011 4:49:20 PM PST by bigbob
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To: blam

I am younger but I know guys who play tournament tennis in their mid and late 70s.

23 posted on 01/07/2011 4:49:35 PM PST by Frantzie (Slaves do not have freedom only the illusion of freedom & their cable TV to drool at)
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To: Frantzie

Oh, that is OK. When Page was with the Firm, in the late 80s I guess, I had a friend who visited London and she saw him at a club, got an autograph for me which was a nice surprise.

24 posted on 01/07/2011 4:50:05 PM PST by ConservativeStatement (Obama "acted stupidly.")
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To: ConservativeStatement

I worship at the altar of Buddy Miller.

25 posted on 01/07/2011 4:51:56 PM PST by GSWarrior (Businessmen are more trustworthy than preachers, professors and politicians.)
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To: God luvs America

Yeah, I saw them too in April of ‘ the Pontiac Silverdome. General admission was all they had. I managed to get within 20 feet of the stage. Not too bad under the circumstances. However, the crowd was heaving forward, back and side-to-side so much that my friends and I lost sight of each other. Still, it was a great show and I would do it again if I thought I could.

What Tony Blair’s religious conversion and work as a peace ambassador has to do with Rock and Roll, then and now, I have no idea!

26 posted on 01/07/2011 4:53:01 PM PST by equaviator ("There's a (datum) plane on the horizon coming in...see it?")
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To: GQuagmire

They don’t need the money. Plant obviously is not interested. I recall Roger Waters who really burned the bridges with the rest of Pink Floyd realized he wanted to bring the band back at the Live 8 Reunion.

Gilmour was not interested, Mason probably not and sadly Rick Wright died about a year later. Gilmour had said in one interview that Waters mentally beat on Wright and Mason so much that he destroyed their confidence. They needed a back up drummer and keyboard player early in their tour when they relaunched post-Waters.

Being in one of these bands usually becomes just a business arrangement. A lot of people cannot stand being around the others after a while in some cases.

27 posted on 01/07/2011 4:55:41 PM PST by Frantzie (Slaves do not have freedom only the illusion of freedom & their cable TV to drool at)
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To: ConservativeStatement

Love Robert Plant but I’m sorry that he can’t belt it out like he used to.

I watched a Biography the other night on the BEE GEES. True talent. There is a lot to be proud of to be able to carry your music from the 60’s to the new millennium. Unlike the Stones, they are not pathetic.

28 posted on 01/07/2011 4:58:54 PM PST by submarinerswife (Stay focused and determined. Our destination is NOVEMBER!!)
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To: dennisw

Mick Jagger has looked ridiculous for 40 years......

29 posted on 01/07/2011 5:07:35 PM PST by Red Badger (Whenever these vermin call you an 'idiot', you can be sure that you are doing something right.)
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To: submarinerswife

Re: The Stones - Charlie Watts is not pathetic . At least he enjoys his first love jazz now , and has released some excellent jazz albums in recent years .

30 posted on 01/07/2011 5:10:47 PM PST by sushiman
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To: EQAndyBuzz

Could not be much worse than the WHO during the super bowl

31 posted on 01/07/2011 5:11:22 PM PST by italianquaker ( teabag the vote!!)
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To: Jolla

no- the movie was from the 1973 gigs at MSG...

32 posted on 01/07/2011 5:12:51 PM PST by God luvs America (When the silent majority speaks the earth trembles!)
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To: ConservativeStatement; a fool in paradise; JoeProBono
Lez Zeppelin

33 posted on 01/07/2011 5:17:20 PM PST by Revolting cat! (Let us prey!)
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To: submarinerswife

I saw that. My hubby watched it twice and called me in to watch it.

I was so touched by the love and respect those brothers had for each other.

I enjoyed them talking about harmony and the lack of it in music now.

I think they carried that harmony into their brotherly relationship too.

34 posted on 01/07/2011 5:19:03 PM PST by dforest