These are interviews with Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, two of the most renowned musicians in the rock band Led Zeppelin, and concerns the period in 1969 when they wrote and recorded the iconic Led Zeppelin III album, which is about to be re-released with new re-mastering, in conjunction with Led Zeppelin I and II. They hark back to their family retreat to the eponymous “Bron-y-aur” cottage in Snowdonia which loaned an acoustic influence to the sound of the album and the emotional and influential processes which went into the creation of a groundbreaking record.
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Jimmy Page and Robert Plant: how we made Led Zeppelin III | Music | The Guardian
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