Jimmy Page on Led Zeppelin reissues: “It’s just undeniable, the power of the band”

Jimmy Page discusses the extra tracks on Led Zeppelin’s upcoming reissues, in the new issue of Uncut, dated July 2014 and out tomorrow (May 23).

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Jimmy Page discusses the extra tracks on Led Zeppelin’s upcoming reissues, in the new issue of Uncut, dated July 2014 and out tomorrow (May 23).

Led Zeppelin I, II and III are all being reissued on June 2, with alternate takes, mixes and live sets included across the three packages.

“It’s just undeniable, the power of the band on all of this stuff,” Page tells Uncut. “So I would I get all these different versions [of songs] and then find the one which is going to complement the original version that everybody knows, and yet still be different enough that it makes a really interesting listen and a little journey into the band and
the recording.”

The new issue of Uncut, dated July 2014, is out tomorrow (May 23).


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