If you haven't been able to make it to a screening of Led Zeppelin's new concert film 'Celebration Day,' and just can't wait to get your hands on the whole thing next Tuesday (Nov. 19), good news: The band has decided to give fans an appetizer for the main course by posting their performance of 'Black Dog.'

In related news, Classic Rock Magazine reports that guitarist Jimmy Page addressed the ever-popular topic of further Zep reunions during a recent appearance on the long-running BBC talk show 'Later... with Jools Holland,' admitting, "We’re almost two years after the O2 concert. I must say I thought there might be some other kind of get-together for some reason or another."

But just as quickly as he raised the possibility of more performances, he dismissed them, adding, "But as the years tick by -- one year, two years, three years, four years, now almost five years -- it doesn’t look very likely, does it?"

Page went on to discuss 'Celebration Day' later in the interview, singling out drummer Jason Bonham for praise and reminding viewers that, in stepping into the position vacated by his late father John, he took on a largely thankless task. "By my estimation he had the hardest job of anybody there," Page argued. "We put a lot of rehearsal into it. The whole energy that Jason had all the way through was just phenomenal."

Watch Led Zeppelin's 'Celebration Day' Performance of 'Black Dog'

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