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Led Zeppelin on iTunes: their time is gonna come

In his Media Biz blog, Paul LaMonica of CNNMoney.com today cites the announcement of a Led Zeppelin reunion show in London in November as cause to speculate on the addition of the Zep catalog to iTunes.

Yes, the Beatles aren't the only holdouts. The iTunes Store is completely bereft of Led Zeppelin music. But LaMonica must have been tuned out in late July when the band announced that Mothership, a new compilation album scheduled for release in November, will be available from iTunes. According to reports, Mothership consists of tracks selected by the band members and includes such classics as "Stairway to Heaven," "Whole Lotta Love," and "Dazed and Confused."

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The willingness to test the waters with Mothership nurtures hope that Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones are considering putting the entire Led Zeppelin catalog on iTunes. It sounds like a prime opportunity for another one of those publicity-generating Apple Events, doesn't it, Mr. Jobs?

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