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About Windy

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  1. In The Ocean... "I got a date, I can't be late, for the high hopes hailla ball" I always heard it as "for the hell hounds at my foot" I still like to think of it that way because I don't know what a "high hopes hailla ball" could possibly be!
  2. See, I think the two named will be Floyd and Zep. Their fans are the fans with the will to keep a legacy alive.
  3. I don't think so, there is a quality to Zeppelin's music that transcends time, they only grow more legendary as the years go by. With spotify and YouTube everyone has access to every artists entire catalog, and the aspects of Zeppelin that used to be overlooked by the masses are now becoming more well known. If anecdotal evidence counts for anything, I'm in my early 20s, American, and among people my age Zeppelin is hugely popular. Actually their acoustic stuff and the "trippy jam" style of stuff seem to be more popular their straight up rockers. Meanwhile the Stones seem to be appreciated as a great rock and roll band, but mostly ignored in a way. I don't think they have anything the near the rabid fanbase of young fans that Zeppelin has consistently attracted even all these years later.
  4. Can't believe all the apologies for Keith Richards in this thread. The guy is a hack, he can barely play guitar. If you want "manufactured" just check out any of the post-Brian Jones music from the Stones. Id bet Jimmy Page and Zeppelin will be remembered for hundreds of years, like Beethoven or Mozart, meanwhile the Stones will fade away into history.