Well? Could it ever happen again? Could Led Zeppelin, the greatest Rock & Roll band in history, reunite for what would definitely be one of the most epic reunion concerts in the history of rock. They were the biggest band of the 70s, and they graced our ears with their epic music for 12 years between 1968 and 1980, until the death of the band's immensely talented drummer, John "Bonjo" Bonham.
"In my heart of hearts… I do believe we will play together again. It remains to be seen if it will be in public or privately, but I do think we will play again."
"You're going back to the same old sh*t. A tour would have been an absolute menagerie of vested interests and the very essence of everything that's sh*tty about big-time stadium rock. We were surrounded by a circus of people that would have had our souls on the fire. I'm not part of a jukebox!"
"We tried it a few times. It always seemed to be done in a hurry and it never worked. That's why the O2 show was done with such intent. We rehearsed loads so that Jason—John's son—felt like he was part of the band and not just some novelty. We all needed it to be that way. But I can't foresee doing it again, because we all have to agree and agree for the right reasons."
You can listen to the un-remastered version of "Sunshine Woman" below.