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Jimmy Page Recalls Zeppelin Reunion; Doubts Band Will Perform Again

Jimmy Page Recalls Zeppelin Reunion; Doubts Band Will Perform Again

Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page says the band's new concert film "Celebration Day" documents something very special. The guitarist tells the BBC's "Later with Jools Holland" that it was "very powerful on stage," and there were "some serious moments" during the concert. Page admits the group didn't really know what to expect with the show. He explains that since they didn't play any warm-up gigs before the event, they had no way to gauge what it was going to be like to perform in front of an audience again. He adds that he doubts there will ever be another Led Zeppelin reunion concert. Jimmy says that for a couple of years following the December 2007 show he thought he, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and Jason Bonham -- the son of Zeppelin's drummer John Bonham -- might perform together again. But he admits that nearly five years have now passed with no hint of another possible show, so it "doesn't look very likely" that more is to come from the group.

Led Zeppelin reunited for the London show to honor the late Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, who helped launch the band by signing Zeppelin to his label back in 1968. "Celebration Day" arrives in stores Monday in a variety of audio and video packages and formats, including CD, vinyl, digital, DVD, and Blu-Ray. Details are available at Two songs from "Celebration Day" will be featured in Monday's episode of NBC's "Revolution" to mark the release.

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