This March 21, 2013 file photo shows Jimmy Page, of Led Zeppelin, during the German Echo music award ceremony in Berlin, Germany. (AP Photo/Gero Breloer, File)
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Since a Led Zeppelin reunion is out of the question, Jimmy Page has done the next best thing -- re-mastered the band's entire catalog.The legendary guitarist sat down recently with The Associated Press to talk about the rereleased recordings, the band's legacy and if he'll ever work again with Robert Plant.AP: When you started Led Zeppelin, you essentially wanted to build a new version of the Yardbirds.AP: Did you ever imagine Led Zeppelin would get as big as it did?AP: After John (Bonham) died (in 1980), tell me why you decided to not continue with the band?AP: Will you make music with Robert (Plant) again?Page: Robert seems really keen on just wanting to make music on his own without any of his previous band members. AP: How did Led Zeppelin control its music as opposed to the label?
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