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Robert Plant

Jacoba Atlas, Circus, March 1970

IN RECENT weeks, Led Zeppelin's records have sold better than both the Beatles' and the Rolling Stones', according to Billboard Magazine's charts. And the reason isn't because the Beatles and Stones are putting out bad material either. It is simply because Led Zeppelin, led by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, are, both visually and soundwise, the most exciting act in the business today.

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