Coming on October 28th will be the second set of deluxe Led Zeppelin reissues. The Jimmy Page-remastered editions of 1971’s Led Zeppelin IV and 1973’s Houses Of The Holy will both be released with previously unreleased audio content in a variety of packages -- including a limited edition "Super Deluxe" box set. When we last caught up with Jimmy Page, he credited the acoustics of Headley Grange, the legendary English manor where the band lived while recording parts of Led Zeppelin III, Led Zeppelin IV, Houses Of The Holy, and Physical Graffiti for helping the band develop their studio sound. Page feels that Zeppelin's time recording at Headley Grange brought out the best in every one of them: "As far as Led Zeppelin, it was a really important time to go to this house and live there, and it's a residential recording facility, if you like, with this recording truck outside and as far as I was concerned, I knew that if we got together under those circumstances, we were going to produce some amazing work, and of course we did. It's the fourth album, quite an amount from the Houses Of The Holy album, and of course, Physical Graffiti -- 'Kashmir' was done there, as well." The Super Deluxe Edition box for both albums feature: Remastered album on CD in vinyl replica sleeve Companion audio on CD in card wallet featuring new alternate cover art Remastered album on 180-gram vinyl in a sleeve replicating first pressing Companion audio on 180-gram vinyl in a sleeve with new alternate cover art High-def audio download card of all content at 96kHz/24 bit Hard bound, 80 page book filled with rare and previously unseen photos and memorabilia High-quality print of the original album cover, the first 30,000 of which will be individually numbered The tracklist to Led Zeppelin IV is: Disc One: "Black Dog" "Rock And Roll" "The Battle of Evermore" "Stairway To Heaven" "Misty Mountain Hop" "Four Sticks" "Going To California" "When The Levee Breaks" Disc Two: "Black Dog" - Basic Track With Guitar Overdubs "Rock And Roll" - Alternate Mix "The Battle Of Evermore" - Mandolin/Guitar Mix From Headley Grange "Stairway To Heaven" - Sunset Sound Mix "Misty Mountain Hop" - Alternate Mix "Four Sticks" - Alternate Mix "Going To California" - Mandolin/Guitar Mix "When The Levee Breaks" - Alternate UK Mix The tracklist to Houses Of The Holy is: Disc One: "The Song Remains The Same" "The Rain Song" "Over The Hills And Far Away" "The Crunge" "Dancing Days" "D’yer Mak'er" "No Quarter" "The Ocean" Disc Two: "The Song Remains The Same" - Guitar Overdub Reference Mix "The Rain Song" - Mix Minus Piano "Over The Hills And Far Away" - Guitar Mix Backing Track "The Crunge" - Rough Mix - Keys Up "Dancing Days" - Rough Mix With Vocal "No Quarter" - Rough Mix With JPJ Keyboard Overdubs - No Vocal "The Ocean" - Working Mix AUDIO: JIMMY PAGE ON RECORDING AT HEADLEY GRANGE
Martha Stewart thinks her friend, Blake Lively, is silly for trying to launch a lifestyle brand. The 72-year-old chatted with Huffington Post about their relationship and why she can't really get behind Blake's latest venture, Preserve. Martha told the website, "She moved into my neighborhood a couple of years ago with Ryan -- before they got married, they bought a house right around the corner from my house. And they started to come over, not to borrow sugar, but just as friends. In a way, Blake's kind of shy -- not shy on the screen, at all, if you've seen any of Blake's movies -- but very shy in person. But she's a baker and a homemaker and now she's starting her own blog...I haven't seen it yet." When asked about the former Gossip Girl star's attempt to follow in her footsteps, Stewart responded, "Let her try. I don't mean that facetiously! I mean, it's stupid, she could be an actress! Why would you want to be me if you could be an actress? I just did a movie yesterday, though -- I can't even tell you about it -- but I want to be Blake Lively." Blake's website debuted last week but it has been met with a lot of criticism because of both the items they promote and the prices they are charging for them.
Kendall Jenner denies that coming from a famous family has helped her modeling career. The 18-year-old appears on the cover of LOVE magazine explaining why the Jenner name has actually made her job more difficult. Kendall says, "I was like, 'You know what?' I want to be high fashion. I want to be taken seriously...People think that this just came to me. But it didn't. What I have has almost worked against me. I had to work even harder to get where I wanted because people didn't take me seriously as a model. Because of the TV show." The Rebels: City of Indra co-author goes on to say, "I went on castings and some people weren't feeling me because of my name. But it was great when people didn't recognize me. I was like, 'Thank you. Please don't recognize me.'"
New smoke activity in the area caused widespread concern amongst residents in the area for fear of new fire starts.
Fire officials say the increase in smoke can be attributed to what's happening in the atmosphere.
Fire PIO Mick Mueller.
Fire Information Officer Mick Mueller says more smoke activity is directly correlated with an increase in fire movement.
Despite the situation, Mueller says fire lines are holding as crews continue a direct attack on the interior of the fires.
The Chiwaukum Creek Fire is 25-percent contained, the Duncan Fire is still 0-percent contained and the Kelly Mountain Fire is 100-percent contained.
The Carlton Complex Fire swelled in size yesterday as hot temperatures and erratic winds caused the fire to spread.
Spokesman Alan Hoffmeister says the main activity occurred in the Gold Creek area along the fire's Northern flank outside of Carlton...