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17 October 2020

Jimmy Page’s New Book, ‘The Anthology’ Is Out Now

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Led Zeppelin fans can rejoice, as Jimmy Page has released his new book, The Anthology, which grants exclusive access to his archive for the first time, and tells the insider story of his incredible life.

Jimmy Page has had a spectacular career, from early days spent working as a session musician, through The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin and on into his solo work and collaborations, and across it he has amassed a fascinating private archive of iconic guitars, stage costumes and personal memorabilia.

In a new text of over 70,000 words, Jimmy Page guides the reader through hundreds of rare items, many of which are previously unseen, and others of mythic status, such as the Gibson double neck guitar, his dragon-emblazoned suit, his white embroidered poppy suit, and the outfit worn in the concert film, The Song Remains The Same.

Also included are handwritten diaries, correspondence, rare vinyl pressings, previously unpublished photographs and much, much more. Jimmy Page has personally selected each piece to be photographed in this book, which has been created with his full participation.

All in all it makes for a comprehensive and fascinating account of his life. British fans can purchase the new book now, while fans in the US, Europe, Australia, Asia Pacific and New Zealand can get their hands on it in mid-November.

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