Articles tagged jimmy page

What Is and What Will Always Be: A Fresh Look at Led Zeppelin’s Familiar Masterpieces

With the exception of the Beatles, no other band has loomed quite so large as Led Zeppelin, to the extent that we’ll never run out of things to say: good, bad and great.

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Robert Johnson: The Centennial of an American Genius

Does any single figure loom as large over an art form as Robert Johnson? This is exciting, joyful noise, brimming with purpose and ingenuity, fun and frightening, enigmatic and awe-inspiring.

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Remembering Keith Relf, and the Yardbirds

The Yardbirds required only two years and change to create songs that changed music.

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‘It Might Get Loud’ spotlights three real guitar heroes

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — “Gentleman in the back?” “Uh, yes,” said the rising journalist whose name I didn’t recognize. “Jack and Jimmy ... I think both

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Jimmy Page: Magus Musician Man—An Unauthorized Biography by George Case

Case provides no illumination beyond what most Page fans already heard in hushed and stoned tones from their older siblings during middle school.

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It Might Get Loud Director: Davis Guggenheim Cast: Jimmy Page, The Edge, Jack White Opening: 14 August 2009 Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics  Plot summary: Rarely can

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Summer of Same: August 2009

With names like Tarantino, Lee, and Zombie, the final month of the season pulls out all the film geek stops. Still, the only guarantee is familiarity, not freshness.

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The Story of the Yardbirds

Focusing on guitarists Clapton, Beck and Page, this gathers amazing archival footage and interviews with the surviving members of "The Most Blueswailing" British band of the '60s.

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28 May 2003 // 12:00 AM

Led Zeppelin DVD (2003)

Seems to be another way that the band is thanking its fans.

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Hozier + Death Cab for Cutie + Rock Radio 104.5's Birthday Show (Photo Gallery)

// Notes from the Road

"Radio 104.5's birthday show featured great bands and might have been the unofficial start of summer festival season in the Northeast.

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