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AntLantic Records

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    Does 'Coda' Count?

    In Through the Out Door + Coda = Physical Graffiti II in many ways. Irreplaceable in my perception of the band's catalog.
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    Zeppelin Mysteries Hosted by Steve A. Jones

    Good old Robert jfc. We realize he was trying to turn the corner, pushing new wave etc. (since what, '78?). I think it worked up to a certain point. Come '86-88 it was borderline Janet Jackson, Robert Palmer, INXS style production. Doesn't the timeline 85-86 include quite a bit, Live Aid, reunion secret rehearsals and tryouts (Bruford, Thompson), Firm tour? LZ must have been on his mind. It was a treat to hear it live again solo. Regarding Lee, last instance I saw he was with JP doing Domino live. Jones was on board at least through some of the 2001 tour? I was quite surprised to see a different bass player on Sixty Six to Timbuktu. Porl, played through at least early 2002 (cancer benefit in London). The Dreamland album came out (I really enjoy), then poof, gone. Probably not much info on these guys I suppose. Good topics, thanks Steve.
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    Zeppelin Mysteries Hosted by Steve A. Jones

    Steve- post Zep Q if that's cool? Robert's flipped some really great bandmates over the years. In particular I think Robbie Blunt was a fantastic player, a heavy weight in his own right (co-writer on near all of the first three albums). Aside from the current lineup perhaps Blunt/Plant was the closest collaborative to Page/Plant we've had over the years. Robbie's style is so cool, sort of Page meets early Gilmour, hints of other British peers and blues too, definitely a strong Mediterranean influence in there. Quite worldly which I think translates well with RP's music. Was a fourth album ever in the works or demos? What was the falling out? Did they ever get back together (I know they did at least twice)? Other exits of interest: Porl Thompson, Lee/Jones, or info you may have on various lineup changes. Thanks in advance.
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    Robert Plant Announces New ‘Carry Fire’ LP, Debuts ‘The May Queen’ Single

    The show I just saw was great, RP was the strength of the band and it was NOT Zep-centric. Maybe 4-5 tunes Zep did, mostly covers at that. I wish he'd drop you need love/wll and BD but whatever. It was great to hear his recent albums performed live, which is clearly his current passion (not a tribute band whatsoever).
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    Zep at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame..

    Lol, 8 strings, 3 pickups, 1 sound.
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    John Paul Jones Snubbed Page & Plant?

    Why's it so hard to wrap our heads around Jimmy joins Robert and his solo band? That's basically what it was, no? It's happened many times live. Produced by Page/Plant, recorded LIVE in the studio (with only a few overdubs) by Albini, that's the way P/P visioned the project. A blues/LZ1 style live throwback. I'm sure Steve A.J. has the interviews to back this up.
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    Jimmy Page confirms 2018 release(s)

    Could the second guitar/notes people hear happen to be A D E )?
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    Jimmy Page confirms 2018 release(s)

    What are these second guitar parts I've read about (more than once), I just don't hear them?
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