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Amstel

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About Amstel

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  • Birthday 05/09/1972

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  1. Must add Thank You and How Many More Times from Southampton!
  2. Absolutely not!
  3. You are most likely right. A father would never look at a son that way. From my view, it was the connection of four particular men - Bonham, Jones, Page & Plant - that made Led Zeppelin the best band ever.
  4. Every drummer would be a slap in the face to John Bonham. I am glad Jones, Page and Plant didn't carry on after John died. That should show everyone how much of a bond those four had, along with the bond they had with Peter Grant as well.
  5. 5/9/72 - Taurus...
  6. I'd like to see step out in front of a speeding freight train.
  7. quiz

    100%, of course
  8. Jimmy Page put Plant's vocals low in the mix, nothing more.
  9. The mention of Jason Bonham with a full fledged "reunion" is a slap in the face to John Bonham. His kid has become a quality drummer, I'll give him that. He is not within a country mile of his great father!
  10. That Dallas show from 3/4/75 is a personal favorite. I've mentioned this before, OTHAFA & IMTOD are phenomenal. Actually, the whole run of Ft. WORTH and the two Dallas shows are quite incredible, and deserve mention alongside the Long Beach/Vancouver/ Seattle shows.
  11. Ben Harper Chris Cornell Ray LaMontagne Lenny Kravitz Josh Homme Jack White Eddie Vedder