Fifty years since their inception, Led Zeppelin’s surviving members relive the highs and lows of reinventing rock. Their extraordinary imperial ’70s, the terrible loss of John Bonham, the O2 triumph and much more in all-new interviews. Meanwhile, inspired by the band’s graceful acoustic interludes, our covermount CD – entitled Black Water Sides – draws together atmospheric folk and blues guitar studies from the ’70s till now, featuring Bert Jansch, Ryley Walker, Roy Harper, Jack Rose, Steve Gunn, Michael Chapman and more.
Also in the issue: Ray and Dave Davies renew their membership of The Village Green Preservation Society; new revelations from Bob Dylan’s Blood On The Tracks sessions; Kurt Vile reconfigures indie rock; Brian May on the controversial new Queen movie; Damon Albarn and Paul Simonon reboot The Good, The Bad & The Queen; Bauhaus, Idles, The Beastie Boys, Soft Cell, and powerful posthumous transmissions from Charles Bradley, Richard Swift, Chas Hodges, Otis Rush and Marty Balin. And more.
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