I hear, ya, buddy.
SFJ weighs in on last week’s still-gushed about Led Zeppelin reunion at London’s O2 Stadium.
It’s a well-written piece with which I can find no fault. Choice line:
"For Led Zeppelin, whose music is so rhythmic, hard, and loud, the perils of undertaking a reunion in late middle age are greater than they might be for, say, Bob Dylan or Neil Young, who began their careers sounding like old men."
True as it may be, that sentence is bound to piss a few folks off ’round Greenwich Village.