…and Led Zeppelin said yes, and let us use the music which was incredible! To go to England and show [Almost Famous] to Led Zeppelin with the editor and sit in a small room on the ONE day that Jimmy and Robert spent together going over Zeppelin business. And we’re in the back row, the five of us, and every time the two heads of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant would come together and talk about something, we’d go ‘What are they talking about, what are they talking about?!?’ And when it was over, they were, [pauses] kind of emotional and Robert Plant said, ‘I have a bottle of quaaludes I’ve been saving since 1969 and I’m going to take one tonight!’ And then we went across the street and talked about the music and Jimmy Page says, ‘I would like one of our acoustic songs, one more of our acoustic songs in there and I’ll let you have it for free, just find a place for it.’ And I was like, damn!, you’re supposed to be the people that say no music for ANYone. And so they said, ‘the movie’s coming from the right place, and how great is Jeff Buckley!’, and they just started talking about Jeff Buckley. Page and Plant, like fans. Exactly what we’re talking about, like the way you wanna hear musicians you love talking about the musicians they love.