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[11 Jun 2010 | 9 Comments | 7,499 views]
TBL NEWS ROUND-UP: JIMMY PAGE INDUCTED INTO MOJO HALL OF FAME, NEW PROJECT, NEW MANAGEMENT, RARE INTERVIEW SURFACES & BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION ALBUM DETAILS

Jimmy Page was inducted into the Mojo “Hall Of Fame” on Thursday evening at a ceremony at the Brewery venue in London Thursday night (June 10). Phil Alexandra said of the guitarist, “Jimmy Page is the musician by whom all other musicians are measured. Every guitar player wants to sound like him, every producer wants to capture the sounds he captured (check out the many samplings and emulations of that When The Levee Breaks drum sound). He is a genuine music legend, and a recent BBC poll, placed Led Zeppelin …

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[22 Feb 2010 | No Comment | 11,843 views]
RECORD COLLECTOR WITH JIMMY PAGE AND EDDIE KRAMER INTERVIEWS

The new issue of Record Collector magazine (March 2010 issue) has a lengthy eight page interview with Jimmy Page by Jonathan Wingate in which he discusses the It Might Get Loud film and Zeppelin legacy. There’s also a four page interview with Eddie Kramer by Dave Lewis. This is an extended interview from the one featured in the current Tight But Loose magazine (issue 25). It’s a career overview in which Eddie recalls his work with The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin.
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[12 Apr 2009 | No Comment | 3,236 views]
New issue of Record Collector with extensive Zep 1 at 40

The new issue of Record Collector (May 2009 edition)
has an extensive feature written by Dave Lewis on the 40th anniversary of the debut Led Zeppelin album. see www.recordcollectormag.com

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[12 Apr 2009 | 6 Comments | 461 views]
More Ups and Downs

Another week of ups and downs.
The downers: well have to say I got it wrong with taking the Borders job.
After a few days it was evident to me that this just wasn’t going to work out. For a variety of reasons I have therefore taken the decision to resign from Borders.
I thought being back in retail would re-energize me – and I’d cope fine but it just opened up all the old Zavvi wounds.
The shift patterns of the job would also have adversely affected my work/life balance …