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  1. Happy 72nd Birthday to James Patrick Page. Hope you have a fantastic birthday! Thank you for all you have given us, you are truly and icon and musical genius! ????
  2. Biggest fail live

    Hi ! We can say it, Led Zeppelin was an awesome live band .. most of the time .. but sometimes thing just doesn't work right. It can be interesting to see some fail moments they did. And sorry if I make mistake I'm french Well it wasn't Led zeppelin but for Robert Plant, I think of the Live AID in 1985 when he totally stop Page in his solo on Stairway to Heaven, maybe it's the fault of one of the drummer who start the fast beat but Plant heard this repeated lick thousands of time so he knew it's wasn't the end of the solo. Link to the video : https://youtu.be/CBk-iRihSUg?t=8m25s For Jimmy Page,it's definitely the solo of Ten Years Gone at Oakland in 1977, That's just horrible : https://youtu.be/Ha11bkQGPsk?t=3m49s I can't really think of anything really bad about Bonham and even less about John Paul Jones. Maybe you have some fail to post ?
  3. Hey Brother and Sister Zep-heads - I'd like to take the opportunity to let you know about my new book, Here's To My Sweet Satan: How the Occult Haunted Music, Movies, and Pop Culture 1966-1980, just released in print and e-book from Quill Driver Books. Here's To My Sweet Satan is an entertaining and informative social history of the occult boom of the 1960s and 70s, covering everything and everyone from The Exorcist and The Omen to the Bermuda Triangle, Anton LaVey, Charles Manson and Count Chocula. And yes, it contains plenty of analysis of the (real or imagined) occult influences on the rock 'n' roll of the era, including Black Sabbath, Kiss, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, and a certain English quartet we all know and love. Anyway, hope some of you will get a chance to check it out. Oh, and I'm pretty sure I don't have to explain the significance of the title Here's To My Sweet Satan to Led Zeppelin fans, do I? Here's To My Sweet Satan
  4. Paul McCartney's Supergroup

    I don't know that this is "news" exactly, but I came across this on Ultimate Classic Rock and found it amusing: http://ultimateclassicrock.com/paul-mccartney-forming-wings/ Definitely provides an insight into who McCartney thought were the best musicians at that time.
  5. ANYONE got any info of this "FIRST EVER" POST ZEP live getogether? info ! pictures ! ANYTHING! i had heard of this moment in time while in highschool , but it seems to have fallen through the cracks of time! you never even hear of it even happening! just trying to put the event in the timeline in my head! hard to do without a picture of them sO early in the 80s on stage together !
  6. Jimmy's 2015 Live Tour

    This is not a drill... Well might not be anyway. This could become big all very soon. Led Zeppelin News @LedZepNews · 2h 2 hours ago Jimmy Page told reporters today that his new band’s live set will include Yardbirds songs as well as Led Zeppelin and new material Led Zeppelin News @LedZepNews · 3h 3 hours ago Jimmy Page’s new band will perform new material as well as classic Led Zeppelin songs. They will tour next year 0 replies Led Zeppelin News @LedZepNews · 3h 3 hours ago BREAKING: Jimmy Page told reporters today that he will start a new band next year with previously unknown musicians This was said at the IV/HOH press event earlier. IT'S HAPPENING.
  7. Hello, I am trying to learn Key to the highway / Trouble in mind from the LZIII Companion Disc on guitar and vocals. I am still a newbie, so I can't pull it off by ear. Does anyone know the: - guitar tuning? I've read open G but I'm not sure. - chords (or tabs looks more like it) - lyrics? (I know the lyrics to the standard, but Robert throws in a few working ad libs for justice ("I eat my breakfast...") I'd greatly appreciate any help you guys and girls could offer! Thanks in advance. PS: Used the search function to no avail. If this has been already asked and answered, please feel free to delete.
  8. Hi guy, new to this. What I love about Zep (apart from everything) is that they are STILL 'the' leading influence on rock music, and I think they always will be. We see it in so many established bands but it's great when you still discover it now days in new unsigned bands. I found this band local to me in Cornwall UK that I heard Zep all over the riff - singers are good but aren't like Planty, don't focus on that but it had echoes of what had to be Kashmir, that driving riff/big strings thing going on. I'll start it off by posting this band 'Littermouth' https://soundcloud.com/littermouth/bullets-in-bed-littermouth it made me curious as to what other little unsigned Zep influenced gems are out there (outside of plain old heavy blues stuff) but I couldn't find much on this blog, just established band, hence this topic. Educate us zep heads, I'm sure we'd love to seek out new Zep influences, I would anyway!
  9. In your opinion,what is your top list for best Led Zeppelin 'live' song.(Not the song from the studio,the one they play live) Mine is this: 1.Kashmir (especially Knebworth 1979) 2.Achilles Last Stand (also Knebworth 1979) 3.Stairway To Heaven (Earl's Court 1975,Seattle 1977) 4.In The Evening (Knebworth '79) 5.Whole Lotta Love (Royal Albert hall 1970) Anyway,this is my list. If you want to post more than top 5,it is welcomed.
  10. Ok so with little else to go on regarding Jimmy's plans to either tour, record, re-mix, etc with some sort of band, I'd like to start a New Topic called "In Theory"... To start off: In Theory a Jimmy Page and Lenny Kravitz Band would work on every level. Why not! Lenny has so many upsides to joining forces with Page that it's almost a no-brainer. He can sing with soul and blues, he can rock, and he can play serious guitar (which helps big time with Zeppelin"s more complex arrangements). Lenny has street-cred, knows the Zep catalog well, would have Robert's full support, and can provide a back-up band right off the get-go. Although David Ghrol is still panting at the "Page Band" door...how great would that be!! Anyway - "In Theory" a Jimmy Page - Lenny Kravitz Band would work on every level. Yes? No? Any other "In Theory" thoughts please post! After-all - we still have nothing but conjecture to go on anyway, may as well have some fun in the meantime...
  11. If Zeppelin toured again...

    I think the variety of responses to this continual discussion makes for some quite dynamic conversation. Here are some of my thoughts. As we can already assume, the chances of this happening are close to zero. Jimmy has shown some enthusiasm towards the idea, putting most of the pressure on Plant. Robert has already told us, and shown us, the path he's taking in a different direction and the toll age is having on him. Jonesy and J. Bonham would surely be up to it, but I think this is about more than ability. Assuming a few shows were played, each would slowly devalue the impact of the 2007 O2 tour-de-force for Ahmet. That performance will always retain its brilliance and magnificence as nothing short of a triumph, but to see the four of them together again, and again, and a few more times, I think the sparkle will begin to dim. If it did happen, I'm sure without a doubt many of us would be on the next flight, myself included. It would be incredible, but I don't think we can expect a similar impact of that of the O2 a few more times, in both performance and allure. I'm 18 and the last few years have been saturated by a backwards discovery of the mystique of Zeppelin and the impact it had on times I can only read about and imagine. This isn't another 'born in the wrong decade' sob story, it's an expression that I think I can grasp the intensity of Led Zep now and understand that the final chapter to this saga was closed in 2007. Understandably, it's a thought that a lot of us want keep out of sight, but this book isn't to be placed on a dusty shelf. It's to be experienced again, record by record, with Celebration Day as the final bow. Although there may be some left in the tank, I don't think we should be greedy by driving so close to empty.
  12. Hi there, After years trying to understand what is this pendant Page wears at the Madison Square on the TSRTS movie, finally I got this almost good capture. It seems a mix of an Ankh with an Eye of Horus. I'd like to see this without the inclination…as I could not get a clear photo for that, I wonder if anyone here would like to draw it, since I'd love to make a replica. Anyone here? Thank you!
  13. Hi all. I own a 60´s Danelectro guitar that according to the guy i bought it from used to be owned by Jimmy Page. I guess that you have heard similar stories many times before but the guy who sold the guitar to me is Mason Ruffner, american blues guitarist that knew Page in 80´s. Mason used to tour with Jimmy both on the Outrider tour and the Firm tours as the opening act and they were good friends. He told me that he traded the guitar with Jimmy for a small acoustic Gibson guitar at Jimmys house in the late 80´s. I am trying to get confirmation if this realy is true or not but i can not see why Mason would cook up a story like that. it is documented that they knew eachother and played alot in the 80´s. Have anyone here seen the guitar in Jimmys hands or even better has a picture with playing it?? Would love to hear if anyone knows more about this guitar.
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