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In 1994, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant teamed up with 10 of the most well reputed Arabian musicians from Morocco and the Middle East to record their unledded No Quarter album and MTV unplugged shows before embarking on their worldwide Unledded tour. Page and Plant’s fascination for Arabic influence is well known; the idea of rock musicians drawing on Arabic musical influences is not just unique to Led Zeppelin, though. The Rolling Stones famously brought in the Jajouka Moroccan musicians for their recording sessions in 1989 – it seems that rock musicians have a particular affinity for this genre.
Published in Music Archive
Sunday, 15 January 2012 14:47

It Might Get Loud – It May Get Cold

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It Might Get Loud is a documentary by filmmaker Davis Guggenheim which explores the history of the electric guitar, focusing on the careers and styles of Jimmy Page, The Edge, and Jack White. The film received a wide release on August 14th 2009 in the US by Sony Pictures Classics and is now on limited release throughout the UK. Dave Cairns reviews the film for ZANI and his unique perspective of these three legends.
Published in Film Archive

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