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The Dark Lord

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  1. Agreed. Apart from the way he spelled Segue (Segway). :-)
  2. Yes, Jimmy is still done. As he has been for the last 1/4 of his life.
  3. I think they are pretty awesome, except for the face looks like Billy Squire. The detail is pretty amazing otherwise.
  4. Sad. The first Zep Bio I ever read was his...,,with the PEZ front cover and him biting into a torpedo sandwich on the reverse. It was a great book. RIP.
  5. Jimmy says a lot of things that aren't based in fact or truth, although the point is taken. The difference between 1972 and 1973 is days, weeks, or months. They are generally the same thing.
  6. But Coverdale is still very respectful to Jimmy, and he managed to inspire him like no other has managed to do since the Zep days. All that said, yah, he's still a tosser.
  7. I agree with the OP. 1973 was tops for Jimmy. He also played well in the 1990's, but the natural fluidity that he had in 1973 was all but gone in the 1990s, despite the fact that he was playing well.
  8. I share your thoughts my friend. I'm in Vancouver.
  9. I was only kidding my brother. All in fun.
  10. Welcome to the Rush forum.
  11. For today: How Many More Times Carouselambra
  12. Played the album again today, after about a year, and it's a truly crushing release. Apart from one turd tune (Feelin Hot), and a very sterile acoustic guitar tone, it's an amazing album. It was recorded in my town, and I am fortunate enough to have a few Page autographs and goodies from his time here. Also love the fact that Page played harmonica on this release and did a great job of it. And the guitar solo in Take Me For a Little While is arguably one of Jimmy's best ever. This disc, along with Walking Into Clarksdale, and The Pictures at Eleven, are my three favourite post Zep releases.
  13. Yup, Zep are timeless for sure. This is true of many groups that were at the top of their respective genre: Beatles, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, etc.