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Mook

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  1. When Plant says 'Can you dig it?" during Going Down Slow on HTWWW, I think that might be the greatest 2 or 3 seconds of music ever recorded.
  2. Can anyone shed any light on what's happening here?
  3. You should see the rows on the smooth jazz forum I go on. They make this place look like mums.net.
  4. I didn't say there were rules, it just seems odd that you've registered on the forum & have used your first three posts to slate Robert Plant & his 'cheesy shit'. Personally I don't see the need to pick a band member, all four of them were great, they all had their faults too like any other human being.
  5. Some Zeppelin fan, your first three posts on the forum have been to slate Robert Plant.
  6. Rock'n'Bacon roll Bron Y Aur Steak Custard Pie In My Time of Frying Boogie with Tiramisu Nobody's Fault but Wine
  7. Good Thyme Bad Thyme herbal tea Dazed & infused olive oil Lemon (song) chicken Whole Lotta Dove Since I've Been Loving Stew Black Eggnog Tea for One I could do these all day
  8. On the subject of Jeff Beck, I would just like to say that I think 'Wonderful Tonight' is a beautiful song.
  9. It's weird but when I think about Led Zeppelin, I don't really think about Stairway to Heaven, it's grown a life of its own hasn't it. I get a bit fed up of people saying it's 'overplayed' or they're sick of hearing it. Where do these people live because I don't think I've ever heard it on the radio or on the telly (I wasn't around until 1979)? I certainly don't skip past it when I'm listening to the fourth LP. At the end of the day, it's an absolutely phenomenal piece of music & I don't think there's another song like it in the World although there have been a few based on its template. Just as an aside, I love the alternate version too, in some ways I prefer it to the original.
  10. Here it is... http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/led-zeppelins-jimmy-page-john-bonhams-death-was-a-massive-loss-to-everybody/ Said Page: "[John] and I were really good pals. We were really, really close in our musical collaboration, if you want… the camaraderie. And just the sheer fact that, you know… 'Bonzo's Montreux' [the drum solo by John Bonham, which is the seventh track on the band's final studio album, 'Coda'] says it all, really. It was just the two of us working on it over there in the studio."
  11. Jimmy Page was with him in Montreux, I read an interview quite recently with him where he discussed the trip briefly, it might've been in MOJO magazine.
  12. I think someone has hidden their Carpenters records in Dane1968's Led Zeppelin sleeves.
  13. I watched this film years ago when I first got into Zeppelin, thought it was a load of shite other than The Yardbirds segment, I'll maybe need to give it another try.
  14. You said I was the only, With my lemon in your hand Exhibition is your habit, Emotion second hand. Had to pull away to save me, Maybe next time around And she said, 'don't you want it? Don't you want cocaine-cocaine-cocaine Hadn't planned to, could not stand to try it, fry it, na na na yeah. Heard a cry for mercy, In the city of the damned Oh oh babe, damned. Down in the pits you go no lower The next stop's underground. Oh, hello underground. Wine and roses ain't quite over, fate deals a losing hand And I said: didn't mean to... did not mean to fail You didn't plan it, you over-ran it You wanna do it, you wanna You wanna do it when you wanna You wanna do it, do it when you wanna When you blow it, babe, You got to blow it right Oh baby, if you fake it, mama, Baby, fake with all your might When you fake it, mama, Please fake it right (for yourself babe) When you fake it baby, You're fakin' it for your life, for your life, for your life, for your life Do it, do it, do it, do it, do it, Do it when you wanna Do it, do it, do it, Do it when you wanna Oh, I can have you, baby, But I don't know what to do, yeah Sometime, baby, nothin' I could do On the balance of a crystal, Payin' through the nose And when they couldn't resist you, I thought you'd go with the flow. And now your stage is empty, bring down the curtain, baby please. Fold up your show Hadn't planned to, Could not stand to fry in it Hadn't planned it, I over-ran it, (fryin) For your life, For your life.