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Fwd: Led Zeppelin 1/ InTheStudio press release

This was forwarded to me today.  -Bruce

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Subject:        Led Zeppelin 1/ InTheStudio press release
Date:   Tue, 14 Jan 2014 11:43:25 -0500
From:   mark fischer <markfischermusic@xxxxxx>
To:     buckeye@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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* Jimmy Page & Robert Plant Reveal Secret *

*To **/Led Zeppelin I/* 
**/InTheStudio/* <http://www.inthestudio.net>

Dallas, TX - January 14, 2014. North American syndicated Rock radio show 
and website /InTheStudio: The Stories Behind History?s Greatest Rock 
Bands/ <http://www.inthestudio.net> commemorates a seismic event in rock 
history on the 45th anniversary of /Led Zeppelin I/ 
a revealing look back at the band?s formation and the creation of its 
historic debut album with band architect Jimmy Page and legendary 
frontman Robert Plant.

Guitarist Jimmy Page of the Yardbirds and bassist John Paul Jones were 
young schooled London session players. Singer Robert Plant and drummer 
John Bonham were talented but untested English Midlands musicians whose 
raw musicianship and earthy feel were a surprisingly effective contrast. 
Together the four redefined the limits of rock music while magnifying 
its visceral power, its reckless abandonment and, yes, some of its 
faults. /Led Zeppelin I/ 
received a surprising number of negative reviews from music critics, 
igniting a debate on whether white musicians could play Afro-American 
Blues without negatively exploiting the originators, a debate which 
would dog Led Zeppelin for their first four now-iconic albums.

On January 17, 1969 Led Zeppelin 
thundered onto the world stage with its debut album and 
songs/?Communication Breakdown?, ?Good Times, Bad Times?, ?Dazed and 
Confused?, /and/?Babe I?m Gonna Leave You/? displaying great musical 
diversity, dynamics, and sounds previously unheard in rock, electrifying 
the masses (if not rock critics) and selling north of 10 million copies 
in the U.S. alone.

Jimmy Page tells /InTheStudio/host Redbeard 
<http://www.inthestudio.net/behind-the-mic/> why he believes Led 
Zeppelin was so successful from the beginning.

/?I think everyone was inspired in that band. I think everyone was a 
star. There wasn?t a weakness there. Every single person was strong.?/

/Led Zeppelin I / InTheStudio /interview program is available now to 
*STREAM* at:

Direct Link to InTheStudio broadcast affiliate radio station list:
HYPERLINK ?http://www.inthestudio.net/radio-stations/ 

Direct Link to: Led Zeppelin: HYPERLINK ?http://www.ledzeppelin.com?
Direct Link to InTheStudio:  HYPERLINK ?http://www.inthestudio.net?