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LedZed66

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About LedZed66

  • Rank
    Zep Head
  • Birthday 10/12/1966

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Led Zeppelin were here
  • Interests
    Essential playlist:
    Charles Trenet: La mer
    The Beatles: A day in the life
    The Rolling Stones: Can't you hear me knocking
    Supertramp: Hide in your shell
    Fleetwood Mac: Sara
    The Specials: Ghost town
    Kate Bush: Cloudbusting
    The Style Council: Shout to the top
    Die Fantastischen Vier: Tag am Meer
    Led Zeppelin: Since I've been loving you

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  1. favorite band (besides zeppelin)?

    Rolling Stones, Supertramp (I know that there's no love for Supertramp. But I don't care. I love their music very very much), Style Council, Jam, Specials, Beatles, Queen (70s only), Who, Pink Floyd, Kraftwerk, Massive Attack and so on. I like classical and world music too.
  2. you guys like memes?

  3. BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    The dark things are chocolate cherry cookies. An Amarena cherry surrounded by a perfectly soft and fluffy chocolate pastry. And I suppose that eating is a better way to consume them then smoking. But a nice Kirsch could be good company
  4. BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

    Delicious christmas cookies - homemade by my mother-in-law
  5. The Birthday Thread

    Happy birthday, Kiwi. Have a great day.
  6. How did you get into Led Zeppelin

    I'm a Rolling Stones fan since 1978. Favorite album: Sticky Fingers. In 1982 I saw the Stones live. I was so excited for weeks before the show. But the Stones were awful. Around 1981/82 I bought The Song Remains the Same on vinyl - because (and please don't slaughter me for that!) there was no Greatest Hits record and it was the only album with STH and WLL on it. And even though seventies Rock music is my favorite Pop/Rock music genre and I like the music from that era very much, I never got much into Led Zeppelin music. Until ... I watched It might get Loud on television in spring 2016. The next day I searched Led Zeppelin on youtube. The first video I watched was How many more times from the Danish televison show. I was blown away. Incredible. This massive energy from the song really got me. The third or forth song I klicked on YT was Since I've been loving you - and I was really hooked. I would like to thank all members who post on "What show or live song are you listening to now?". That's such a great thread. So, I'm listening my way through the LZ concerts. What a great discovery! Many greetings from a town Led Zeppelin visited twice Z
  7. Photography

    In a Peak village like the one in the picture you posted last week? Wow, that's fantastic. And a lot of space to breathe, I suppose. We are cyclists, too. The biggest advantage of living in a big city is that we don't need a car. I use carsharing (is it called car club in the UK?) for 15 years now. I love cycling along our canal, the River Rhine, but mostly it's a Tour de France feeling with hundreds of other cyclists around ... Have a nice excessive weekend.
  8. Photography

    It looks like Rohan, very nice. Seems like a great region for hiking. And the Bakewell pudding looks quite tasty.
  9. Photography

    Wonderful atmospheric picture, Walter.
  10. Photography

    No, it's not our house. We took a trip to the countryside on saturday and it's just me in front of a typical slate house in my home region. I liked your pictures from the Peak very much. Never heard of that region.
  11. Stoner music

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