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About timothy5151

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  • Birthday 08/01/1976

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  1. Your first Led Zeppelin album

    I was introduced to Led Zeppelin via Page And Plant Unledded. In my quest to hear more fabulous music from these 2 guys I learned of Led Zeppelin. I took a chance and bought the Led Zeppelin 4 CD Boxset and from there my Zep obsession began. I purchased In Through The Out Door first, then the rest over the course of a year. Even though I have listened to each album in proper song sequence many many many times since then... sometimes when a particular album song ends my brain automatically starts off with the next corresponding song off of the boxset CD... even after all these years... that's how mind blowing and unforgettable Led Zeppelin was to me the first time I heard them. I rarely play CDs anymore, but still keep the 4 CD boxset in my card for nostalgia sake (plus I won't be upset if they get stolen instead of my remasters).
  2. Favorite Zeppelin Ballad/Melodic song?

    For me it's Thank You. It was used as my wedding song. We both love Led Zeppelin, but I'm the fanatic in out relationship, my wife however is a lover of music and lyrics. While the song wasn't chosen as our first dance, nor is it the first song we danced together when dating, she chose the song as the wedding processional because she loves it, especially the lyrics. The section below was listed our wedding invitations with a engagement pic of us holding hands and listed on our wedding photo book with us holding hands with our wedding rings on. And so today, my world, it smilesYour hand in mine, we walk the milesAnd thanks to you it will be doneFor you to me are the only one
  3. Favorite Song off of Physical Graffiti

    For me it's Down By The Seaside. It used to be my second choice behind Ten Years Gone, but within the last few years it holds more of a sentimental value for me. Since the birth of my first daughter I sing this song to her when she has trouble sleeping.
  4. Greta Van Fleet

    Weather or not the vocalist sounds similar to Robert Plant or that they are trying to emulate Led Zeppelin... there is no denying how good they are live. I can wait to hear more studio stuff and see them live. He's a full concert I found. Great stuff.
  5. Greta Van Fleet

    Here's something I found on from 2014. They must be 14-17 years old in this. Great stuff. There's no denying the Zeppelin influence. I'm glad they are currently going with their own look and sound. I love their 4 song Ep and look forward to more studio stuff. I'm really digging this group. Such a refreshing sound to a lot of today's rock music. I've seen a few website with voting for the best new artists type of thing and most of the time the other contenders sound all the same.... that crappy corporate rock with vocals that sound like Nickleback/Puddle Of Mud/Theory Of A Deadman/ etc...etc
  6. My Ringtone

    I use the opening of Rock And Roll for my ringtone and the Stairway To Heaven guitar solo for voicemail alerts. I have used Living Loving Maid in the past.
  7. Black Dog 2007

    I think they wanted make the songs sound closer to the album versions and mostly stay away from long solos and jams.
  8. Greta Van Fleet

    Here is a session on Sirius' Octane Channel...it's really good. At the 13:22 mark the lead singer, Josh, talks about his musical influences, including Robert Plant obviously. They do a really good cover of Rolling In The Depp by Adele at the 15:28 mark.
  9. Greta Van Fleet

    I was listening to an interview last week where they said they were putting out another 2 EPs digitally for a total of 3. Then putting out vinyl and other physical mediums a little later. The younger brother of the group was saying they have been writing for the last few years and have a lot of finished and unfinished songs. He figures about an album or two worth of material. I can't wait!!!
  10. Greta Van Fleet

    Even on some of their live stuff the singer and guitar player do a matching musical interlude just like Robert and Jimmy. I listened to an interview where they said they were influenced by Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and other blues legends... but no mention of Led Zeppelin.
  11. Greta Van Fleet

    This song is amazing as well
  12. Greta Van Fleet

    These guys are phenomenal. I just found out about them a few days ago. The voice, lyrics, guitar and drums are all excellent. They are even great live. Check out some of the YouTube videos.
  13. Jimmy Page Vs Robbie Williams

    Robbie offers his apologies to Jimmy Page, http://www.stereogum.com/1949141/robbie-williams-apologizes-for-saying-jimmy-page-was-spying-on-him/wheres-the-beef/
  14. Best 50 Led zeppelin Tattoos

    There is also one for the 25 Amazing Jimmy Page tattoos http://www.needsomefun.net/25-amazing-jimmy-page-tattoos/
  15. Plant and Son Logan in The Sunday Times

    Thanks for the link. What an interesting read that was. I cannot imagine what Robert and his family went through during the later years of Zeppelin.