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  1. Terry from Bonzoleum and I have teamed up to create a YouTube channel dedicated to discussing and breaking down John Bonham's drumming. BONZOLOGY. Give it a look !! In our debut videos we discuss Bonzo's drumming on The Song Remains The Same in the style of the legendary June 21 1977 ( LISTEN TO THIS EDDIE BOOT) . We will be posting new videos on a regular basis and are taking requests, suggestions for topics. The video below is me playing the end of TSRTS , leading into the Rover intro, and a complete Sick Again, ala 1977 style. This is not meant to be a literal transcription, it is in the style of his 77 performances. Hope you all enjoy it.
  2. OK, so my friend Terry , aka Bonzoleum came over last week and we geeked out on a couple Bonzo topics... one of which was the stuff he played on live versions of D & C. This is just the end , but for those who like this kind of drum geek mania - the whole video, and a couple others we did can be found on YouTube. Here are both. We plan to unite and make a new YouTube channel focusing on Bonham's drumming. Stay tuned! P.S. Apologies for the vertical perspective...it is all terry's fault ! Future videos will be in horizon aspect. Sheesh!!
  3. looking for bassist/drummer/vocalist

    looking for a bassist, a drummer, and a vocalist for my band. age must be under 18 (i will consider if you are ages 19-21), must have a decent skill set, and the vocalist should be able to play at least one instrument. we will be playing psychedelic rock, classic rock, some covers, and mostly original music. influences include led zeppelin, the beatles, oasis, radiohead, etc. vocalist preferably male. message me for more info.
  4. Here's my new video: LED ZEPPELIN's entire DISCOGRAPHY covered in 6 minutes on drums! Hope you like it! ?
  5. 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!
  6. It's not for educational purposes as I already understand/know all the tricks. It's purely for entertainment purposes. Often or not, I'll be on YouTube trying to find good, solid, grooving drummers, but rarely see any taking on a Zeppelin cover - which to me, would be porn. A lot of the time, I find bad covers. I can't find one decent drum cover of Wearing and Tearing, and unfortunately don't have the equipment or facilities to make my own videos yet. So are there any gems out there that you think I may have missed? PS. Most drummers on here are going to be Bonham-inspired, so if you catch this topic, I wouldn't mind seeing some of your work as well!
  7. 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
  8. I don't know how many people have seen this video, or if this has been posted before, but I thought this was a cool video. It warmed my heart to see Jason give his father the fitting tribute he deserves. The part from 3:46-3:53 is funny, cool, and heartwarming all at the same time. That particular part seemed like Jason's way of saying, "Yep. That was my Dad. He was/is the best. I can't touch him here, so why even try." R.I.P. John Bonham
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