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Jimmy Page= King

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  1. Hi all, I'm a University student and am doing my dissertation on music and youth culture in London in the 1960's. I would love some primary material to use, such as magazine or newspaper articles, as well as photos of pre or early Led Zeppelin. If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated.
  2. 1. Good Times Bad Times 2. Whole Lotta Love 3. Dazed and Confused 4. Since I've Been Loving You 5. Trampled Underfoot 6. Stairway To Heaven 7. Black Dog 8. Rock and Roll 9. Kashmir
  3. 1. Since I've Been Loving You 2. Stairway To Heaven 3. Black Dog 4. Dazed and Confused 5. When the Levee Breaks 6. Whole Lotta Love 7. Trampled Underfoot 8. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp 9. Thats The Way 10. Imigrant Song 11. Achilles Last Stand 12. No Quarter 13. Bring it on Home 14. The Ocean 15. Thank You 16. The Battle of Evermore 17. Ramble On 18. Going To California 19. Communcation Breakdown 20. Ten Years Gone
  4. It was a close one between White Summer and No Quarter but White Summer just tops it for me, I just find myself motionless watching him play that guitar. Moby Dick though is just an awesome performance.
  5. It's got to be Thank You or That's The Way.
  6. To be honest I don't really believe Led Zeppelin disliked The Doors as I would have thought The Doors would have been a very big influence for Zeppelin, well especially Plant with his voice and everything. It's like what the punks did, they said they hated Zeppelin and the Stones but in reality they were big fans. Can you actually think of many big bands that would be compared to Zeppelin that they have ever publicly praised apart from maybe Cream and Hendrix?
  7. Now I know it is agreed amongst many people that Robert Plant has been so much more ambitious musically than Jimmy Page Post Led Zeppelin and Jimmy Page has simply just done Zeppelin covers with other bands. Is it just me though but haven't most of Roberts albums just been full up of covers? I'm not really very up to date with his solo stuff because the only post Zeppelin album by any of the members I own is Outrider, which I think is brilliant. Page definitely hasn't been the most creative musician after Zeppelin but personally I find that understandable if you just don't want to release any new material for one reason or another why should you? Zeppelin definitely seems to mean more to him than the others and I really get the feeling there are very few musicians in the world he really wants to play with, all of which have their own thing going on and therefore couldn't really give their all to a project/albumwhich explains the live performances with Aerosmith and The Black Crowes etc. So has Robert really been that much more creative than Page post Led Zeppelin or has he mostly just been singing covers with mediocre backing bands? As I say I haven't listeed to hardly any of his solo stuff but I have heard a lot about it that's all.
  8. The worst thing about that is when that idiot keeps repeating "all my bitches love me", gets on my nerves, apart fom that pretty cool, should have had the solo in there would have destroyed the other two songs.
  9. I picked Achilles Last Stand because I think that's just as appropiate along with IMTOD but I would love to go out with a bang with something like Rock and Roll or the Immigrant Song as well
  10. Say the world did actually end in 2012... And you could play one last Zeppelin song (listen to a song or physically play one on an instrument) before I don't know we all drop dead, what would it be?
  11. Ok ,Cheers everyone
  12. Yeah that was one of my main worries with Zeppelin, so any songs that you would recommend that you learnt? Stuff like Good Times Bad Times?
  13. I've been learning to play the guitar for about 18 months now but unfortunately because of the easy to get internet lessons I have never really had any real urge to try and learn songs through listening to them but that has now changed Now personally I don't think bands such as Led Zeppelin are great for someone like me trying to interpret their songs. So are there any songs or bands that anyone recommends someone like me trying to figure out and play along to? And I have both an electric and acoustic guitar.
  14. I would say 'We're Gonna Groove' for the simple reason that is says exactly what they're going to do for the rest of the show and the others songs could be played as encores 'We're Gonna Groove' couldn't.
  15. How is Freddie Mercury not on this list?