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  1. Yardbirds '68 out Nov 5th

    Keith Relf wrote most of the lyrics for Knowing That I'm Losing You, but when Page appropriated the second verse for the first verse of Tangerine, he never gave Keith Relf any credit for it. If Page had used Knowing That I'm Losing You with vocals on this release it would definitely have highlighted this transgression and arguably shown that The Yardbirds version is superior. "He (Relf) should really be given a credit for that one" -- Jim McCarty, 2001. "My brother plucked that session man out of obscurity and gave him a job and that's how he repaid him? My brother was not well-off at the end of his life and the royalties for that song could have helped out considerably." -- Jane Relf, 2001. that one," Jim McCarty
  2. Zeppelin Mysteries Hosted by Steve A. Jones

    Rolling Stone trashed the first album and their most prominent writers did not hold the band in high regard. Most if not all of that information can be found here: http://www.tightbutloose.co.uk/tbl-news/tbl-september-archive-led-zeppelin-live-on-blueberry-hill-the-pioneering-bootleg-album-still-a-thrill/
  3. The Rest in Peace Thread

    C'mon in David Cassidy! This is the place to be.
  4. Unledded Type Versions

    The Rain Song was omitted from telecast & CD because of timing constraints. However, it is included on the VHS and DVD releases.
  5. My sincere condolences to you.
  6. Post A Picture Of Yourself!

    SamoKodela, it's gone and it ain't coming back. Shave it off and keep it clean shaven, I don't think you will regret it.
  7. The Rest in Peace Thread

    If there is a hell the Devil is at last roasting marshmallow's on Charlie Manson's ass tonight. He should have been executed in 1972.
  8. Robert Plant Guitarist

    Really? Well, you were there so I'll take your word for it and update my files. Perhaps it was a one-time thing.
  9. Robert Plant Guitarist

    A Les Paul (or any guitar) during In The Evening? Are you sure about that? Which show? I don't recall that at all. I do recall him performing on guitar during Anniversary on the 1990 tour. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDvCTJSu8Og
  10. Forum 10th Birthday 20th November.

    "Collaboration is the Key" This forum was launched November 20th 2007 and billed as "the ultimate online destination for Led Zeppelin's fans". It is STILL exciting to imagine the possibilities of collaborating with other Led Zeppelin enthusiasts around the world. Congratulations to Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones on this remarkable anniversary and achievement. Congratulations and heartfelt thanks to Sam Rapallo for this platform that has produced ten years of electric magic.
  11. The Rest in Peace Thread

    Hold the door please, David Cassidy is approaching. https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/pop-culture-news/david-cassidy-hospitalized-organ-failure-needs-liver-transplant-n822121
  12. The Rest in Peace Thread

    Rest in peace Malcolm Young, thank you for the killer music that fortified and enriched our musical quality-of-life. AC/DC opened up for me on their first 2 US tours & I knew right away that the spirit of their music was a magical force to reckon with. Thank God we have their music forever. RIP my sonic blood brother. RIP -- Ted Nugent
  13. Rolling Stone Up For Sale and Any Bidders?

    ^^^ Yep. Manson was also named Man of the Year for 1969 by the Los Angeles Free Press.

    I believe that is Danny Goldberg, to whom the photo is credited. Anyway, Jeffery Bennett is not known for his honesty: http://activerain.com/blogsview/2361764/ex-corona-mayor-found-guilty-of-lying-to-the-fbi However, he did apparently post a comment concerning another jersey, which he called a fake: http://www.defunkd.com/blog/2009/03/11/recommended-attire-for-the-stairway-to-heaven/ The profile photo of the commentator does match that of Bennett: http://unclejoe.com/onair/miller2.htm
  15. The Rest in Peace Thread

    RIP Malcolm Young. Thanks for the memories.