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Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page Works On 'Posthumous Book'

February 18, 2010 (6:51 am) GMT
The guitarist of Led Zeppelin reveals that he's currently documenting his pictures with the band for a limited-edition autobiography and plans to include them in 'a posthumous book.'
Jimmy Page

Legendary guitarist is documenting his history with the band in a series of pictures for a limited-edition autobiography. Page has signed a deal with Genesis Publications to put together a 500-page book titled "Zoso", his first officially published work.

The tome will have a limited run of 2,500 copies worldwide, although a release date has yet to be announced, according to The Pulse of Radio. Meanwhile 66-year-old Page insists plans for a written memoir have been put on hold - and may only be released after his death.

He tells Mojo magazine, "I considered doing a posthumous book. And I'm not joking. I genuinely thought about doing one. As usual it seems like a silly idea, but it wouldn't have been a silly idea if had done one, would it?"

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