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- Posted on Jun 11th 2010 4:45AM by Julian Marszalek
Never one for giving too much away about himself or what he's up to, Page confirmed that he'd signed to management company IE but remained his enigmatic self when speaking about what to expect.
"I'm just looking forward to making some music and surprising people with it," he told the BBC. "It won't be just teaming up with lots of people who are [big] names. I've got an idea of something which I've had for a long time and now's the time to do it."
Page's most recent musical efforts surfaced in the guitar documentary 'It Might Get Loud.' Entitled 'Embryo No. 1' and -- rather imaginatively -- 'Embryo No. 2,' the rough sketches hint at Page's trademark slide and droning styles, but whether they remain in that state -- or whether they're recorded at all -- are anybody's guess.
Other award winners at the ceremony included Kasabian -- who picked up the gong for Song of the Year with 'Fire' -- while Richard Hawley went home with the Best Album award for 'Truelove's Gutter.'