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  2. Sathington Willoughby

    Songs that Sample Led Zeppelin

    Samples 'When the Levee Breaks' and 'Sweet Leaf' by Sabbath.
  3. Sathington Willoughby

    Songs that Sample Led Zeppelin

    Eminem's first group. Samples D'yer Mak'er.
  4. johnlennon696

    pick one

    Providence. Superb show and both Page and Plant are great. Esp Page.
  5. Zepfan2001

    Word association

    ice
  6. Any recording or boot where Jimmy is doing well is a good thing to listen to. "Well" encompasses personal taste, so all my Jimmy favorites won't be someone else's. But any year with Jimmy playing well is a good time to listen. There are those that shun any post '72 recordings because, for them, without Robert at his best vocal range, "party is over for them". But, not for me. Without Bonham & Jonesy laying down the bottom, then, it's not "Led Zeppelin."
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  8. redrum

    Random Thoughts v.3

    I'm worried that OJ isn't making it on his NFL pension. 😎
  9. Zepfan2001

    What Made You Happy today?

    Life.
  10. Remi

    Word association

    solid
  11. ForEvermore

    Pink Floyd Topic

    Because it was the least band-oriented album they ever made: Rick Wright didn't play on it at all, Nick Mason didn't drum very much on it (he mostly created sound effects for the album), and David Gilmour wasn't fond of the album overall either. Really, it was a de facto Roger Waters solo album. Now, if you like later-era Floyd (i.e., "Animals" and "The Wall"), it would make sense to enjoy TFC too - they are the most Roger-dominated albums, and a lot of the songs on TFC are very Wall-oriented. Really, the last album created and approved of by the whole band was "Wish You Were Here". The Wikipedia entry describes the chaos surrounding TFC: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Final_Cut_(album)
  12. ForEvermore

    Word association

    hard
  13. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    The concept for how a computer works with the 1 and 0 off and on toggling is very simple, and although this concept is simple I don't know a damn thing about building computer code from scratch. The coding technique is widely accepted to work in factors of 8 (16, 32, 64. 128, 256, 512, 1024 and forever on this line), but building a computer from scratch isn't limited to the 8 factor. That's about all I know about that.
  14. Adam Ryan watson

    Nitpicking Page (The quest for the best performance of 1975)

    Again I find it interesting you mention hearing Stevie Ray Vaughn like playing on no quarter as just like David gilmour he plays a stat and page is again using a strat on this song. So it seems the strat is inspiring page to experiment and change up his approach . As much as I love les pauls the may 17th and 18th no quarters make me wish he played a strat more in 75 and onwards.
  15. Adam Ryan watson

    Nitpicking Page (The quest for the best performance of 1975)

    Especially when you consider they were paying guys to to be their guitars for them. But you would think page would give the guitar a strum to make sure it was in tune and then tune it if needed especially if it was just one string. I noticed there is far less onstage tuning on zeppelin boots compared to other bands.
  16. Adam Ryan watson

    Nitpicking Page (The quest for the best performance of 1975)

    The part about page sounding pink Floyd like during no quarter is interesting because coinsidenrly I believe he played his blue strat on no quarter on the 17th and 18th. Perhaps playing the strat caused him to change his approach slightly. I do find those versions of no quarter to be unique from other versions.
  17. Adam Ryan watson

    pick one

    Baltimore for me as well. Easily plants best performance from 1973. His voice sounds fuller , more powerful and displays a level of range that he didn't have at any other show from 73 or any of the late 72 shows for that matter. Page is amazing at this show as well. His tone is incredible and has more overdrive and power then it did for the new York shows. His playing has a smoothness and fluidity that's on a higher level then many other 73 shows . I hear alot of Europe 73 page in this show . Providence is a very close second for me them maybe Pittsburgh.
  18. Walter

    The Racing Thread

    Congratulations to Daniel Ricciardo! Great strategy and execution with an ailing transmission/engine!!! Earnhardt would be proud with you running his stylized number 3! Indy has begun so that means an Indy shot and....time to walk up the street! πŸΎπŸŽ‰πŸπŸ† ✌🏼
  19. LedZed66

    What Are You Listening To At This Moment?

    Happy 40th anniversary
  20. luvlz2

    Iron Maiden and Judas Priest

    Like them both. Maiden just kicked off their 'Legacy of the Beast" tour yesterday, got to love the energy of this band. Check out their opening song last night, "Aces High." http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/iron-maiden-kicks-off-legacy-of-the-beast-world-tour-in-tallinn-estonia-video/
  21. porgie66

    Who's That Bloke With Percy?

    I see, thanks.
  22. luvlz2

    Pink Floyd Topic

    They played two nights in a row at Phoenix Municipal Stadium on April 25th and 26th of 1988. I took two hits of some great strong acid the second night, I'll never forget it.
  23. SuperDave

    BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    Anyway, it all looks quite good!
  24. Zepfan2001

    Word association

    rock
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