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CUT of The Day: Led Zeppelin Reform For Live Aid

CUT of The Day: Led Zeppelin Reform For Live Aid

CUT of the Day: September 12

Ahead of this afternoon's [b]Led Zeppelin[/b] announcement to reveal what their [b]reunion plans[/b] will entail - Uncut has been checking out what happened at a previous brief reformation.

Like today's expectations that [b]Page, Plant[/b] and [/b]John Paul Jones[/b] will reunite only for a one-off charity gig - check out the footage below from when the trio performed in Philadelphia for [b]Live Aid[/b] in 1985.

The third clip is a great video interview with the band - as well as as [b]Phil Collins[/b], who sat in for drums that day.

Page and Plant are quite lucid about their intentions to collaborate for a good cause.

Come back to uncut.co.uk after 4pm when we will have more details about Led Zeppelin's reunion 2007.

[b]*Whole Lotta Love:[/b]

[b]*Stairway To Heaven:[/b]

[b]Interview with Mtv after the Live Aid show, so long ago -- Pepsi is called Pepsi-Cola!:[/b]

Pic credit: PA Photos


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