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  1. We're kind of a new band, but have plenty of experience between each of us. We're based out of Southampton, England and we're called Superdrone - our sound is stadium drone rock/blues, with a zeppelin-like attitude. These are 3 pro to-type tracks, if you will, until we're overall happy. I'm the drummer, btw! Would love any feedback, or suggestions. (First Three) SUPERDRONE: Enjoy!
  2. The man was a BORN leader and he applied those inborn skills to his instrument of choice and lead the band extremely well. As much as Jimmy Page is thought of as the leader, and of course they were all equals in what they did together, I saw Jimmy Page as more of sculptor, an advisor, and a poet. To me John Bonham was the man of action - his stamp of authority can be heard on each of the songs. To call Led Zeppelin a guitarist's band is only partly true. This was/is a musician's band, but in reality it is pure drum porn. My opinion is most likely based upon fantasy... what are your opinions on this?
  3. This is sort of a live album we did within about 4 hours in the back end of no where in Hampshire, England. I was quite drunk at the time, and the only member to be inebriated as well :/ I should mention some other details haha. We were a 3 piece stoner/blues rock band. Unfortunately we split up due to tensions between me and the singer/guitarist, Ed Richards... we're cool now, but no way we could go back. My good friend Tristan Horner is on bass, and I am on drums. Another thing was that it was never properly mixed, but that's self-evident! If you want the full impact you're gonna have to turn it up for it's raw sound! If you listen, let me know what you think, and enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/superfuzzband/sets/live-at-sound-on-sound
  4. Hi guy, new to this. What I love about Zep (apart from everything) is that they are STILL 'the' leading influence on rock music, and I think they always will be. We see it in so many established bands but it's great when you still discover it now days in new unsigned bands. I found this band local to me in Cornwall UK that I heard Zep all over the riff - singers are good but aren't like Planty, don't focus on that but it had echoes of what had to be Kashmir, that driving riff/big strings thing going on. I'll start it off by posting this band 'Littermouth' https://soundcloud.com/littermouth/bullets-in-bed-littermouth it made me curious as to what other little unsigned Zep influenced gems are out there (outside of plain old heavy blues stuff) but I couldn't find much on this blog, just established band, hence this topic. Educate us zep heads, I'm sure we'd love to seek out new Zep influences, I would anyway!
  5. Ok so with little else to go on regarding Jimmy's plans to either tour, record, re-mix, etc with some sort of band, I'd like to start a New Topic called "In Theory"... To start off: In Theory a Jimmy Page and Lenny Kravitz Band would work on every level. Why not! Lenny has so many upsides to joining forces with Page that it's almost a no-brainer. He can sing with soul and blues, he can rock, and he can play serious guitar (which helps big time with Zeppelin"s more complex arrangements). Lenny has street-cred, knows the Zep catalog well, would have Robert's full support, and can provide a back-up band right off the get-go. Although David Ghrol is still panting at the "Page Band" door...how great would that be!! Anyway - "In Theory" a Jimmy Page - Lenny Kravitz Band would work on every level. Yes? No? Any other "In Theory" thoughts please post! After-all - we still have nothing but conjecture to go on anyway, may as well have some fun in the meantime...
  6. Original band not covers band, altho blatantly will do some zep covers
  7. The Titanic disaster made many heroes, some remained below decks, keeping lights burning and steam flowing, others stepped back so that a stranger might live. Many sacrificed their lives on that night, we may never know who they were or how they met their ends, however a small group of men led by example, their efforts calming those around them, their contribution of incalculable value. These were the men of the orchestra of the Titanic. Wallace Hartley. W. Theodore Brailey. Roger Bricoux. John Frederick P. Clarke. John Law Hume. Georges Krins. Percy C. Taylor. J. Wesley Woodward. History was made on the night of April 14 1912, when Wallace and his fellows picked up their instruments and proceeded to play their last music together as the passengers took to the lifeboats of the ill fated ship. Their last piece is shrouded in legend as the ship sank beneath the waves. It is known that Wallace had said that if he had been on a sinking ship he would do no better than to play "Nearer My God To Thee" or "Oh God Our Help in Ages Past." The body of Wallace Hartley was recovered from the Atlantic by the Mackay-Bennett, He was wearing an evening suit with green facings and a brown overcoat. Strapped to his body was his music box and in his pockets, amongst other things, was a gold fountain pen with his initials W.H.H. http://www.cbc.ca/vi...ipid=2220846570 This is not to detract from the many other heroic acts that night and early morning... ...it is merely to highlight the quiet steely resolve of eight musicians in particular,and the strength they showed,and surely provided.
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