JIMMY PAGE Talks Kicking Off New Chapter Of His Career In Video Interview
December 21, 2014, 8 years ago
During an interview with Classic Rock, Led Zeppelin guitar legend Jimmy Page talked about kicking off a new chapter of his career with a new solo album. As Page tells it, the record will feature "sparkling" and "surprising" material:
GQ's Monsters & Critics recently caught up with guitar legend Jimmy Page for a no-holds-barred Q&A.; An excerpt is available below:
On his being “reclusive” and “unknowable”:
Page: "You know who knows me? My clothes. My clothes know me very well."
On Robert Plant’s lack of interest in Zeppelin:
Page: "Sometimes I raise my eyebrows at the things he says, but that’s all I can say about it. I don’t make a point to read what he says about Zeppelin. But people will read me things he has said, and I will usually say, 'Are you sure you’re quoting him correctly?' It’s always a little surprising."
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On November 21st, Led Zeppelin guitar legend Jimmy Page guested on The Ellen Degeneres Show. They discussed the current series of Zeppelin re-issues, Page's new photograph autobiography, and rumours that vocalist Robert Plant turned down Richard Branson's offer of $800 million for a Led Zeppelin reunion tour: