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tyler19

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  1. Page was already known and would have made it to some level of fame regardless of Led Zeppelin. He was a premier songwriter and producer. JPJ was already having and would have continued to have a great career as a session musician and string arranger. John Bonham most likely would have made it but most likely as a replacement drummer in a band that had already made it to some extent. As the drummer, making it is almost entirely tied to what band and songwriter(s) you join up with. Robert probably had the least chance of making it outside of Led Zeppelin. He was the most unknown and not much of a songwriter in the early years.
  2. I am looking to get the Bleacher - Unplugged, David Bowie - Now, and hopefully Blue Oyster Cult - Rarities Vol 2.
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    Coverdale/Page being remastered/revisited

    I nicely done set with vinyl would make me happy. Then proceed with vinyl for the Page & Plant releases please.
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    Elvis vs. Plant

    Elvis is in a league of his own. I think in rock music it has to be Freddie. Somebody To Love is beyond compare. My next tier would include Robert Plant, Paul McCartney, Steve Winwood, maybe Bono. My next tier would include people who had great character voices such as Roger Daltrey, Jim Morrison, Steven Tyler, Ronnie James Dio. Totally underrated are Billie Joe Armstrong (from Green Day) and Derek something (from Sum 41).
  5. I like the album more and more with every listen. It works better as an album than as singles. It's nice to see an artist take chances, venture into new territories while staying true to themselves.
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    The Who Live

    Unfortunately not. Had a seat in a box for Zeppelin's Montreal who set for October 17, 1980 but we all know how that went.
  7. tyler19

    The Who Live

    I saw these tours. The 1979 show I saw was the single best show I've seen. The one song encore of The Real Me was everything I love about rock distilled into 4 minutes. A decade later, the 1989 farewell show was one of the worst shows I've ever seen.
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    DVD or Blu-Ray

    That's the next go round I am sure. Followed a year or two after by 5.1 mixes on dvd/Blu-ray.
  9. I'm happy to get this on vinyl and hopefully an upgraded 5.1 on the Blu-ray. The 5.1 on the dvd was underwhelming.
  10. I'd be happy with any of All Of My Love long version, How The West Was Won on vinyl and any new live releases. The band doesn't owe me anything so anything I get is a bonus.
  11. tyler19

    Yardbirds '68 out Nov 5th

    Weird that the same manufacturing issue would impact both vinyl and cd's. Unless it is something to do with the artwork.
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    Yardbirds '68 out Nov 5th

    Just received this email.... We are contacting you with regards to your Order #XXXXXXX from JimmyPage.com for a Yardbirds '68 - Double Vinyl edition. Due to matters beyond our control at the manufacturing plant, there is a small delay with the first delivery of Yardbirds 68 items to our UK warehouse. As a result, we hope to begin shipping items towards the end of next week, instead of today, as previously planned. Please accept our sincere apologies. We thank you for your custom and appreciate your patience while we resolve this matter as swiftly as possible. Customers who have pre-ordered items will, of course, be prioritised over any other sales we have subsequently received. We hope, having waited almost 50 years to hold this incredible album in your hands, that this additional delay will be completely worthwhile. Here are some exclusive images of the accompanying 48-page booklet, which is filled with photos, custom artwork and contributions from Jimmy Page, Jim McCarty, Chris Dreja and former editor-in-chief of MOJO and Q Magazine Phil Alexander, to whet your appetite until next week. Thank you once again for your patience. The JimmyPage.com Team
  13. I am very leery of this being self produced. His production to date has been bland, I can't imagine he's gotten any better.
  14. When The Levee Breaks - to show off his inventiveness with beats Good Times Bad Times - to highlight his bass drum technique In My Time of Dying or Achilles Last Stand - to show off his power
  15. They were on tour. They brought in Pino Palladino to play out that tour.
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