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  1. Working on an anniversary piece on 'Walking Into Clarksdale' (jouro here_ and came across a really interesting exchange. Dean Goodman talked to Page & Plant in a dual interview and posed the question: "I UNDERSTAND YOU APPROACHED JOHN PAUL JONES THIS TIME, BUT HE TURNED YOU DOWN?" (caps his, not mine) Robert and Jimmy did their typical evasive attempt at humor to deflect the conversation, with the former basically saying nobody would be interested either way, Regardless, I'm curious, because I've never heard that Jonesy was even in the conversation at the time. It would have been incredibly interesting to see what JPJ brought to the table. Anyone else even remotely aware of this?
  2. paplbojo

    Plant and Bonham

    Other than the punching incident, do we have any other cases of "banter" between Plant and Bonham? I also know of a bit of arguing about timing in IMTOD. I'm curious.
  3. Interesting article from manager Bill Cubishley. Sorry if previously posted. https://www.musicbusinessworldwide.com/bill-curbishley-the-who-lot-artists-old-days-bullied-hate-bullies/
  4. Klape

    Biggest fail live

    Hi ! We can say it, Led Zeppelin was an awesome live band .. most of the time .. but sometimes thing just doesn't work right. It can be interesting to see some fail moments they did. And sorry if I make mistake I'm french Well it wasn't Led zeppelin but for Robert Plant, I think of the Live AID in 1985 when he totally stop Page in his solo on Stairway to Heaven, maybe it's the fault of one of the drummer who start the fast beat but Plant heard this repeated lick thousands of time so he knew it's wasn't the end of the solo. Link to the video : https://youtu.be/CBk-iRihSUg?t=8m25s For Jimmy Page,it's definitely the solo of Ten Years Gone at Oakland in 1977, That's just horrible : https://youtu.be/Ha11bkQGPsk?t=3m49s I can't really think of anything really bad about Bonham and even less about John Paul Jones. Maybe you have some fail to post ?
  5. ANYONE got any info of this "FIRST EVER" POST ZEP live getogether? info ! pictures ! ANYTHING! i had heard of this moment in time while in highschool , but it seems to have fallen through the cracks of time! you never even hear of it even happening! just trying to put the event in the timeline in my head! hard to do without a picture of them sO early in the 80s on stage together !
  6. JC92

    Robert Plant Presale Info

    Just FYI guys, Citi has a presale going on right now. Just got my tickets!! http://www.robertplant.com/$#news === Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters will tour the US & Canada this fall with music from the new album, lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar. All tickets will include a copy of the new album when it's released on Sept 5th (Europe) / Sept 8th (UK) / Sept 9th (North America), EXCEPT the September shows at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, which are already on sale. SEPTEMBER 25 - The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY 27 - Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY 28 - Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY 30 - Massey Hall, Toronto, ON OCTOBER 02 - Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL 04 - Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO 07 - Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA General on-sales will start on Friday, August 15. Presale tickets will be available for Citi cardmembers beginning at 10pm Tuesday, August 12.
  7. Hello, I am trying to learn Key to the highway / Trouble in mind from the LZIII Companion Disc on guitar and vocals. I am still a newbie, so I can't pull it off by ear. Does anyone know the: - guitar tuning? I've read open G but I'm not sure. - chords (or tabs looks more like it) - lyrics? (I know the lyrics to the standard, but Robert throws in a few working ad libs for justice ("I eat my breakfast...") I'd greatly appreciate any help you guys and girls could offer! Thanks in advance. PS: Used the search function to no avail. If this has been already asked and answered, please feel free to delete.
  8. chapita

    Voice of Robert Plant

    hey zeppelin lovers, sorry for my english but im argentinian. I love zepp and i wanna know : 1)when the voice of plant change. 2)And if its posible i wanna know the worst concert of zeppelin PD: If someone has the full concert of sidney 1972 i would appreciate
  9. I saw Robert and The Sensational Shape Shifters in Melbourne on Wednesday night. WOW,what a first time experience for seeing Robert Plant! Quite a few Zep songs were performed along with Spoonful,Tin Pan Valley,The Enchanter and Another Tribe.Robert was his usual engaging self with a couple of humorous quips thrown in about Australia's convict heritage which got the crowd laughing.There was a real atmosphere in the arena with very few empty seats,and as I looked around everyone was rocking away and all songs were greeted well.Although Robert remarked on it and I noticed too that it took the crowd a little time to warm up. The band,who are - Robert Plant - vocals, harmonica; Juldeh Camara - ritti (one-stringed African violin), kologo (African banjo), talking drum, vocals; Justin Adams - guitar, bendir, vocals; John Baggott - keyboards; Liam "Skin" Tyson - guitar, vocals; Dave Smith - drums and percussion; Billy Fuller - bass guitar, vocals - were in top form and performed like the pro's they are,giving RP an excellent platform and backing in which to showcase his talents. The sound was very good and was nice and clear up where I was sitting.The crowd consisted of people ranging from what I'd call elderly,there's no slight in that term either as those people had the broadest grins plastered on their faces before and after the show,to as young as my friends son who is 12.He's already a Zeppelin fan,now he's also a Robert fan. If you get a chance,Zep friends,catch this show.It's special.
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