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About SamoKodela

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  1. Marijuana legalization

    Yeah, yeah, my rather big, stupid nobody's mouth again. I don't think substances that have no purpose for persons functioning are any good. Some goes for many medications . Unless you truly have something very serious(take very good care who you consult) don't take it, unfortunately it's poison in many ways, the side effects, it's a relief to know they haven't hurt you much at all. A quite happy feeling yeah. Live a healthy, happy life in good connection with other humans.
  2. Parents Comments About Zeppelin

    Zeppelin could be for lots of occasions, but satisfying your need to listen to music with other people, should be done the right way.
  3. Talked to Audrey Hamilton today......

    I just mentioned hereditary and financial reasons as strong, sometimes too strong motivators. Not too say money isn't important, it's just hard to get when you can't communicate your ideas and can't sell anything to anybody. I was trying to say that a good relationship should be the main reason and things mentioned above in this post are motivators that should not be too strong, other I mentioned above mostly work against it, while a natural tendeny might be staying together a few years until society and culture started to develope deeper reasons.
  4. Whats up with Keith Richards on LZ?

    I think no matter what, rock stars did hurt other people just like everybody whether they did it more or less I don't know, but success certainly enabled them that.
  5. Cinematic Blunders: The Song Remains The Same

    I'm talking about October 1972, but there has already been a long discussion about it in other topic.
  6. Cinematic Blunders: The Song Remains The Same

    Most of the instrumental sections are from one night only, it was mostly for the vocals. Now once you got to 1977..... There is something rather stupid in not taking a long break imidiately after you start to have voice problems, but it's still not quite as stupid as many times not listening to other instruments when you are recording some instrument. Now who could that be? Not Led Zeppelin for sure!
  7. Cinematic Blunders: The Song Remains The Same

    The mix was really bad at first, which made it sound weird and the fantasy sequences were alright for me at first, then I started to perceive them as amateurish and B type movie thing, now I really like them, they are more about the message then the quality of execution. And Bonzo and Jonesy really get on a few times, Page is great and who says the singer has to sing that high right ta the beginning. It's good.
  8. Talked to Audrey Hamilton today......

    I think it was hard for people to figure it out, when contraception and medications against sexual diseases came around and women started to have jobs and the whole idea of single parent being able to raise the child came around. Led Zeppelin were well functioning at the start, it's unbelievable that Jimmy Page was a full scale genius visionare for the whole band at 24, even if I don't like him using terms like superstars, amazing and great too much and that he knew exactly what to do to be heard, but I guess he had to be like that to do things right. So they took those girls and I heard most of the time they were nice to them. These days it's back to sharing your life with someone and getting attached to one person, which I guess was always part of the human spirit(maybe being together for the whole life is a bit too society influenced for hereditary reasons, maybe Jones knows, hope not heh) and couple helping each other more. And I guess there is no time for more then one person really!

    It's good! Well done! I just don't even remotely understand what's unique about it.
  10. Early Led Zeppelin

    They were really good at interacting musically whether with riffs or open grooves! Plus it helps a lot with working and improving your music and singing, if you actually listen to the music instead of just hearing it, hope that makes sense, Zeppelin listened a lost to music and each other musically and they had to have open passages, where doubling something on bass would not really make that much sense!
  11. Whats up with Keith Richards on LZ?

    Well I don't know, maybe there is such a thing as a rock and roll attitude that these guys had, so perhaps expecting to tell it kinder and with more content that explains it is maybe a bit too much. But I suspect it's just not the style of music, singing and lyrics he likes.
  12. This would be nice too among other things! I think perhaps the band should stop worrying about their reputation if they release (an almost full) latter days show! As long a it's not something absolutely almost terrible like perhaps Knebworth 11th or definitely some 1980 concerts, they should not worry! Even some of the Seattle 1977 is releasable. I love Stairway from Seattle and if Page would insert vocals from early live days to the last part, I perhaps wouldn't even mind although for most live things I am against that!
  13. Catalpa trees demolition

    Yeah let's just leave it at that, I will certainly not discuss it any further and I'm glad no one entered the conversation and made it messy, it's hard to get the message across and sometimes we all wish important topics of care could be brought across without fussing and through reason and kindness.
  14. Not to start any harsh discussions but why this Steve? Is there something you truly know in detail about (non) existence of more unreleased live and studio tracks!?
  15. Make me laugh!

    We did!