Jimmy Page was in Toronto recently to present the final trio of Led Zeppelin albums that he personally remastered, Presence, In Through The Out Door and Coda.
During his recent rounds of media interviews one does for the record company, Jimmy revealed that despite rock folklore that has the band not getting along, burnt out from long tours and drug addiction, that simply wasn’t the case, in his mind anyways, “When I needed to be focused, I was really focused. Presence and In Through The Out Door were only recorded in three weeks. That’s really going some–you’ve got to be on top of it”
As for the future, Jimmy wants to play more guitar since his other band mates have been touring, he’s been concentrating on remastering the entire Zeppelin catalogue and while Robert Plant has no desire to be part of a reunion of any kind at this juncture, Page will probably form a band of his own,“The one thing I haven’t been seen to be doing recently is playing guitar,” Page told NME. “So, now I’ve got the opportunity to put all my drive into playing the guitar and working out what way to present myself next.”