As a guy who likes to pick up a bauble here and a trinket there, I'm bracing for this one. My Record Store Day shape discs and Royal Mail stamps are about to have some company.
If you're a fan of Zeppelin or good music memorabilia, there's a purchase looming on the horizon. The Led Zeppelin book is on the way with 400 pages of previously unseen photos and artwork; curated by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones.
In an interview with The Daily Mail, Robert Plant was asked what he accredited his survival to. “I don’t put it down to anything. There’s a myth that surrounds artists and writers who don’t spend their time refuting, denying things. I don’t care whether I did or didn’t do too much stuff. Some of the greatest work that’s ever been created, the greatest projection and delivery of music, has come from stoners, but I had nothing to do with all that shit, not since I lost my boy.”
Robert lost his son at the age of five in 1977.