Tag: Jimmy Page
Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman’s 1950s inspired supergroup formed as a benefit for friend Ronnie Lane. This enjoyable labor of love gets a 30th Anniversary deluxe reissue, and only serves to highlight the high quality of this delightful one-off.
Unintentionally, In Through The Out Door was to be Led Zeppelin’s final album. Though not their best album, it did find them experimenting with new sounds and styles, and was a transitional record that hints at many different ways the band might have proceeded.
What happens when a band releases a song featuring one of Satanism’s greatest prophets in a rather hilarious pose?