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nemophilist

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  1. Some of the first thoughts that come to mind are... The enthralling energy they emitted that you can even feel on their albums, thus their chemistry (especially 1975 and earlier). Therefore this goes along with their mystiqu, there truly isn't another band that has come close to this regardless of the skill of certain individuals. I think this is do to their relationship, how close they were or how they all shared a common vision for the majority of their time as a band. Lastly the lack of a prevalent and deep egotistical feud between the members, I think that played a big part in their chemistry and what I outlined above. I see that many discuss the disconnect between Robert and John Paul Jones but I don't think it's as big of a deal as many think and I doubt that it was ever a problem at all, especially from 1968-1973. But I could be wrong about that. I've always disliked how many bands seem to love when the media makes a soap opera out of them, especially when they consistently feed in to it because they're desperate for the promotion.
  2. Oh okay that was a big mistake on my part, I'm sorry about that. When I saw your comment for some reason I connected your avatar with that thread and assumed that it was you without checking. Eric's version is impressive though.
  3. Thanks a lot man, I love your acoustic rendition of dazed and confused.
  4. Thank you very much for listening! Glad to hear that you like it.
  5. Posted these songs in the musicians section as well, Obviously Zeppelin is my biggest inspiration and I think some of my music has a similar vibe. I will be posting more fairly soon, including heavy songs as well. I'm currently band-less so i record everything myself which makes everything take longer, as I have to record each instrument.
  6. The other song..
  7. Hey everybody, it's been a busy few months between a number of obligations. Back in late spring I posted a song on here that some of you had very kind words for, I'm posting a newly recorded version of that song, along with another. I have many recorded and am in the process of rerecording those ones as well, but I'm contemplating just posting the earlier version until those ones are added as well. Anyway, tell me what you think, these are a couple of acoustics. I'm making a focused effort to get some of my heavy songs properly recorded as well....
  8. It also depends what kind of zeppelin tone you're going for ? Are you going for the 1975 live tone? Or more like the 1970 live tone, or 1977? Or are you going for the tone Jimmy used on a particular song?
  9. It really depends on what amp you're using and the guitar was well. What kind of amp do you have?
  10. You might be right about that, you'd know better than me, I didn't really quite assume anything but I did make some generalities that you might not fit under.
  11. How? I directly said that I love the info and opinions within that video as well as all of his videos? I'll go another step further and say that I also appreciate his articles as well. I love hearing as well as learning the truth about the world we live in, apparently you can't handle it, probably because it's "offensive, hate speech" or some bull. Sure I can understand that he might come across as crass (personally I love that about him), but there isn't a single bit of info that was wrong within that video and it is both everything that I've known for years as well as everything that I have felt about the state of popular music since I've been mature enough to think critically and form opinions. If you like today's fake popular culture and music, good for you, no one is stopping you, but many of us don't and we can voice that opinion as crass or offensively as we want to, just like you can. I mean what did you expect? You're on a Led Zeppelin forum, one of the most talented groups of musicians to ever assemble and by far one of if not the most unique and innovative. A group of guys that at the time despised singles and writing music just for the sake of mass acceptance and popularity. Music was truly an art form and expression for them, rather than a way to become a popular brand or to follow the latest gimmick. They set the standards by being unique and by making not just truly great and unique music, but by having one of the most diverse catalogs of music out there. As an example just look at Robert's band right now, totally outside of the realm of popular music from what I've heard.
  12. Thanks for the feedback! Well that's what I was going for on this one, a little bit of light and shade.
  13. Paul Joseph Watson is great! Love all of his videos. This one was one of my favorites!
  14. Thank you, I'm glad you think so!