Robert Plant Admits He Was ‘Minorly’ Involved In ‘Becoming Led Zeppelin’
Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Alison Krauss recently talked to Vanity Fair. In the interview, he addressed his former band Led Zeppelin and stated that he wasn’t as involved as Jimmy Page in the creation process of their documentary ‘Becoming Led Zeppelin.’
As you may remember, Led Zeppelin’s documentary premiered at the Venice Film Festival in the first week of September. Jimmy Page attended the premiere with his girlfriend Scarlett Sabet and grabbed everyone’s attention with his classy look. He later shared a post on Instagram and reflected that he was very involved in the making process and emotionally invested in the project.
However, the vocalist, Robert Plant, was apparently not as invested as Page. Even though he attended an interview in 2019, before the project’s beginning, he didn’t show much enthusiasm once it premiered.
In his recent interview, he admitted that he was only minorly involved in the making of the documentary. He continued to state that even though Led Zeppelin changed his life, he is not very good at remembering things, so he cannot get sentimental about it.
Here is what Plant stated when asked if he was involved in the making of the documentary:
“Minorly. I’m fully aware of all this, but it’s really hard to get romantic about it—despite the fact that it changed my life and allowed me to mature and to move through the sphere. I’m not very good at reminiscing.“
‘Becoming Led Zeppelin’ gives the audience exactly what it promises with its title. The film portrays the band members’ life stories during the ’50s and ’60s, including their formation in 1968. It shows how they evolved as a band and became the biggest rock band in the world, inspiring other bands with their unique hard rock, heavy metal sounds.