If Spirit win the lawsuit, it could give deceased guitar player Randy California’s estate millions of dollars as well as garner him a writing credit.
It’s actually an outtake version of the song that’s been dubbed “Brandy and Coke” on the “Physical Graffiti” reissue.
British magazine MOJO compiled a tribute to “Physical Graffiti” with White Denim, Blackberry Smoke, Laura Marling, Michael Kiwanuka and others.
The track comes from their 1975 album ‘Physical Graffiti,’ which gets reissued on Feb. 24.
“Achilles Last Stand” is one of Led Zeppelin’s many classics. But recording it wasn’t easy, as Robert Plant recalls.
It’s off the full reissue of 1975 double-album, Physical Graffiti, which is due for release next month.
A California doctor is ready to pay for the return of his collection of classic rock albums, many of them signed by the artists themselves.
Next in line to receive the reissue treatment is the band’s 1975 album Physical Graffiti.
The results may or may not surprise you.
In this 1988 interview, Robert Plant talks about kicking drugs and cigarettes. Of course, there were other parts of the “sex, drugs and rock and roll” equation that he didn’t want to quit.
Back in 1988, signs were pointing to a Led Zeppelin reunion. Alas.
The Soundgarden singer highlighted photos from Page’s new book for the famed guitarist to riff on during the nearly two-hour talk.
He preferred R.E.M. and Hüsker Dü to the pop metal bands of the late ’80s.
And he turned the deal down in rather dramatic style.
As Plant sang in the aforementioned “Tin Pan Valley,” “I’m through the door/I’m moving right along.” The man has certainly run “through the door” many times in his career. Here are some of his more interesting post- (and pre-) Zeppelin destinations.
The next reissues are due out Oct. 28.