By ADRIAN TAHOURDIN
Led Zeppelin recently released a fortieth anniversary edition of their 1975 double album Physical Graffiti, remastered and produced by the band’s guitarist and keeper of the flame, Jimmy Page. Even those who don’t consider themselves acquainted with the album (and I concede that Led Zeppelin may not be to everybody’s taste . . .) will surely be familiar with at least one song from the album, “Kashmir”, that swirling, Eastern-inspired trip to “My Shangri-La beneath the summer moon”. The lead singer Robert Plant called it “the definitive Led Zeppelin song”.
So why the remastering?