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SteveAJones

Zeppelin Mysteries Hosted by Steve A. Jones

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Little did John Bonham know, may he rest in peace, that buying that kit for Jason at such a young age, and any lessons he may have given him at a young age, would be the #1 reason Led Zeppelin would reunite in 2007 with Jason on drums. Putting on a spectacular performance, even by Zeppelin's high standards. Theres no mystery about that one, folks. :) 

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Its a Zeppelin mystery to me, and I'm sure many others, but what is the "horizontal lines" effect that happens with Earls Court, Knebworth, and Seattle '77 screen footage? All shows with screens present showing the video feed seem to have this, others with film cameras don't. Its briefly explained in the official 2003 DVD booklet, but doesn't make much sense to me. Is it along the lines of how a garage band can blow the breaker by playing loud, not always loud, but some notes/deep bass notes pull lots of power from the electric company? Hell if I know. I know I've blown a few breakers in my lifetime. Anyone who can explain this phenomenon would be greatly appreciated. Just gets my curiosity. The lines never have bothered me, or made any Zeppelin video less enjoyable, but I've wondered why... :)

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