Carl Smyth from Madness was working with them at Go-disc Records and we went to Liverpool to take some publicity shots.
Robert Plant & Jimmy Page performing in New York City in 1977, their eleventh & final concert tour of North America by the English rock band
Jimmy Page playing his legendary bowed guitar solo during 'Dazed & Confused' whilst onstage with Led Zeppelin in Belfast in March 1971
In the midst of colourful stage lights, a silvery sheen fell on his face turning him - in my Mexican eye - into an Aztec warrior.
Led Zeppelin performing onstage at their legendary Earl's Court Arena concerts in May 1975
I had the good fortune to be present the first time Led Zeppelin (The New Yardbirds at the time) performed before an audience in Copenhagen.
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of Led Zeppelin's 'Led Zeppelin II' vinyl album
Robert Plant onstage at the Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico during his Fate of Nations Tour in January 1994
Robert Plant onstage the second night of Led Zeppelin's classic five night stint at the Earl's Court Arena in 1975
Q Magazine’s picture editor says "Live rock photos don’t get any cooler than Jorgen’s timeless shot of Jimmy Page.
Led Zeppelin, backstage with manager Peter Grant at Knebworth House, Hertfordshire, England, in August 1979.
Led Zeppelin live onstage in Copenhagen, Denmark on the first night of their 1973 European Tour
"In his velvet embroidered suits, striking guitar poses, Jimmy Page and the equally dynamic Robert Plant were a photographers dream."
Jimmy Page onstage at Led Zeppelin's legendary Earls Court Arena concerts in 1975
Lenny Kravitz playing at the Brixton Academy, London, in November 1990 on the ‘Mama Said’ tour.
Veteran singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen inspired a Glastonbury ‘moment’ when he played his legendary song ‘Hallelujah’ at Glastonbury.
Leonard Cohen enjoying a quiet moment in Amsterdam, Holland in April 1988
Jill Furmanovsky recalls, "This was a typical music press session - probably for Sounds. The journalist and ‘snapper’, me, at a posh hotel.
Pete was very comfortable with being photographed, he was one of those rare people who aren’t self conscious at all.
"Pete at his flat in Farringdon, while I was photographing him he wrote Forever on the wall, which added poignancy to the shot."
They had just been signed. Luckily a spare B&W roll of film was lying around, I loaded the camera and shot asking Pete to keep on jumping.