There was a moment during Kashmir at Led Zeppelin’s 2007 reunion show when it sounded as if the hammer of the gods had swung down from the heavens and caved in the rood of London’s O2 Arena. It was so powerful that the audience spontaneously applauded in the middle of the song.
If Led Zeppelin were this good on their first night back together, what would they have been like a few shows down the line? Sadly, we’ll never know. The moment has passed. More than a decade on, though, their music still fascinates and enthralls. LATTER DAYS 1974-2019 promises a daredevil trip through Zeppelin’s late ’70s and beyond, right up to that victorious reunion show. Here, via exclusive interviews with the band, MOJO’s writers tell the story of the mighty Physical Graffiti, The Song Remains The Same, Knebworth ’79 and much more.