Neil Young, Jimmy Page, Kate Bush, AC/DC and our ultimate review of 2014 all feature in the new issue of Uncut, out tomorrow (November 25).
In the cover story, we look at Neil Young's productive, strange and compelling year - with help from his close compadres Graham Nash, Frank 'Poncho' Sampedro and the late Rick Rosas.
As he prepares to release his official autobiography, and with a new batch of Led Zeppelin reissues looming, Jimmy Page is set to answer your questions in Uncut as part of our regular Audience With… feature.
So is there anything you’ve always wanted to ask the legendary guitarist?
What does he remember of his early days as a chorister?
What's his favourite Zeppelin song?
Is there anyone he'd like to collaborate with in the future?
Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant has said that he's open to a reunion of the band next year, saying his schedule is clear for 2014.
Speaking to 60 Minutes in Australia, Plant said he was waiting on his bandmates Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones in order to kick off the reunion, blaming their silence on the fact that they are Capricorns. Plant said: "They don't say a word. They're quite contained in their own worlds and they leave it to me. I'm not the bad guy... You need to see the Capricorns – I've got nothing to do in 2014."
The best I can say in pitiful mitigation of my frequently poor behaviour at the time is that in those days I was not easily embarrassed and usually up for anything, a sorry mix. Anyway, it's October 1976. Patti Smith's just released her new album, Radio Ethiopia.