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The Rover

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    John Bonham is the Heart 'N' Soul of Led Zeppelin.

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    The Led Zeppelin tribute band from Norway . . . "NEW ZEPPELIN"
    Born in '55
    14 in 1969

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  1. Here's a great Interview with the Campbell family friend Alice Cooper:
  2. I don't know anyone that matches Glenn's touch and feel on the acoustic guitar. He is a Master. It's later in this number that you get to hear Glenn's touch on the guitar...
  3. R.I.P. Glen Campbell My very first slow dance with a girl, was with "By the Time I Get To Phoenix" playing, at a Jr. High church camp, in the summer of 1969. Whoever was DJing that night also played "Wichita Lineman." (Both songs by Jimmy Webb.)
  4. There would be no reason to mention JP, unless he was associated with making music for this reboot. And so, there is your story. JP was not asked to contribute for this reboot, and/or he declined to contribute...
  5. I have noticed that, in the MGM re-boot of Death Wish, with Bruce Willis, coming out this Fall, that there's no mention of Jimmy Page. Instead there's AC/DC's "Back in Black" (why not "Shoot to Thrill" ??) on the trailer, and Music Composer Ludwig Göransson listed in the IMDB credits.
  6. As sweet a touch a SRV ever had!!
  7. 92F 2AM CDT Heat Index
  8. Well, whatever.... If I was going to demonstrate the greatness of Jimmy Page, I could easily do it with just one video, SIBLY from TSRTS. If the hearer couldn't "get it " from that one video, then, I'd just move on, I guess...
  9. Thanks, just added Eric Gales to my watch list at Songkick.
  10. My impression of Nottingham Lace, was of a souless technical performance. I don't feel anything from Buckethead, so he is not my cup o' tea. It was not possible for my to evaluate the tone and playing on the Zeppelin segment due to the constant crowd noise. The overall impression of the "Night Train Solo" is that guitar work is fine, but, the blam, blam, blam of the percussion makes it unenjoyable for me. I HATE that kind of percussion playing, It shows no respect for the guitar work being played, imo. Why guitarists stand for such accompaniment, I'll never know...
  11. Ditto. It seems to me to be much ado about nothing. I can't imagine being into the Foo Fighters, at any age.
  12. Well, no, it's not Jimmy P. I'm speaking of the reigning King of performing Rock guitar. My Vote goes to EVH. Even at 62, Eddie Van Halen can still shred out the riffs. Here he is in his studio, demoing a new version of his amp:
  14. That's pretty much what I had in mind. Except I would take out Big Log and replace it with "Tall Cool One".
  15. So, we need a new Bumper Sticker: My Drummer can kick your Drummer's arse.