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  2. Tom Allison

    Types Of PA's Used On Early Tours

    Did they use WEM in America?
  3. bluecongo

    Types Of PA's Used On Early Tours

    WEM systems early on Once they picked up Showco in 1970 they left all sound to them.
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  5. paul carruthers

    Random Picutre Thread

  6. Tom Allison

    Types Of PA's Used On Early Tours

    Yeah, what types of PA's did they use in the early days? For that matter, what did they used in later times, too?
  7. MightyLedZeppelin

    No Quarter --Zeppelin Tribute Band

    Tonight me and my two boys (ages 7 & 10) are going to see the Zep tribute band No Quarter in my hometown of Milford CT Has anyone ever seen these guys?
  8. 1. Jimmy, why did you authorise the rerelease of TSRTS with the atrocious edits? 2. Did no one in the camp point out that the edits sound shit? If so, why did you override them? 3. Do you now feel a little silly at spending the last fifteen years claiming you're releasing a solo, album soon?
  9. nemophilist

    Why no Unledded remaster?

    I definitely agree that it needs a remix as well. Ideally I'd of course prefer Zeppelin live releases and releases of unheard material by Jimmy Page, but I'd be happy if they reworked WIC as there is good material on there. I'd also be happy if they released a live show from Page and Plant as well. Personally I'd prefer a show from 1998 but whatever they'd release would be welcomed by me
  10. Canadianzepper

    Had my eyes closed listening to The Rain Song...

    All of their albums are unique from one another, but HoTH might be the most unique for them musically. It's the one album where if you just heard the instrumentals, and didn't know; you couldn't say for sure it was Jimmy Page. I don't know how to explain it, maybe he used different gear for that album but it's entirely progressive, upscale constructions, with insanely tight timing even by their standards. No blues rock at all on that album, it almost sounds anti-rock, if that were possible. PG is my favourite album, but HoTH really to me showed how broad their talents, creativity and influences were. Of all the stand alone albums they made, it might be it's own genre.
  11. Walter

    What Made You Happy today?

    ^ Nice! 3-day weekend here! Participating in a MLK Jr. march/read in on the steps of City Hall this morning with 200 kids. Should be a memorable experience. Perfect morning for it!
  12. hummingbird69

    Hi!

    http://ledzepnews.com/2018/01/15/butter-queen-groupie-barbara-cope-dead-house-fire-dallas-texas/
  13. andrew r

    LED ZEPPELIN OFFICIAL ILLUSTRATED BOOK - COMING 2018

    Not at all impressed .It needs more explanation of the photos by the surviving members, just more words generally .There are a million photo books of Zeppelin out there This is the book of their legacy, as such i was underwhelmed. If you want an indispensable purchase may i recommend Dave lewis and mike Tremaglio's "Evenings with Led Zeppelin" in its forensic detail it is everything that the official book isn't, and a real labour of love. Every home should have one and its currently way cheaper than the official tome so win win . Apropos of nothing do the photos of the three elderly miserable men aid or hinder sales of the book? For me it seems to sum up the general ennui around the 50th.
  14. Cozy 4ever

    Hi!

    Hi, I have been listening to Zep since I was a little kid. I found this place looking around for rock sites that are still active. This place looks pretty cool. The only thing missing is the Butter Queen on the thread of chick pics, lol. Somebody ought to show her some love.
  15. Cozy 4ever

    Survey: What are the 5 greatest guitarists and drummers?

    Greatest drummer ever: see my username. 🏁🏍️
  16. Great version - thanks for posting. That is the show I attended. One of the comments in YouTube is that the crowd was bonkers. The crowd was totally bonkers indeed.
  17. Cozy 4ever

    Not so hot Zep songs

    "Thank You". Listening to it feels like snooping in on a personal moment between Plant and Maureen.
  18. SteveAJones

    LED ZEPPELIN OFFICIAL ILLUSTRATED BOOK - COMING 2018

    Paul Stanley of Kiss (photographed 12/12/18)
  19. Xolo1974

    Why no Unledded remaster?

    The fact that the songs were so good live reinforces the fact that the production was so poor
  20. Amazing job! Well done and thank you! Just played it! OMG this is AWESOME!
  21. Hallo!

    Can you send me please? 

    Thanks

  22. gibsonfan159

    Why no Unledded remaster?

    Yeah, I don't think there's much hope for WIC simply because the production was bad.
  23. JTM

    What's the weather like where you are?

    Bloody freezin' here, chills ya t' the bone I tell ya. edit, It's now snowing, big flakes too really hope it doesn't last..
  24. andrew r

    Why no Unledded remaster?

    Well it will be completely dependent on Jimmy being interested enough and RP allowing it to happen .Frankly considering the current state of play in the Zeppelin camp i would not hold my breath in expectation. The P&P project has been consigned to the history bin as far as RP is concerned, along with anything not solo orientated. A pity as there is a good album under Steve Albini's over Pixied production. (another plant choice the man has cloth ears production wise)
  25. Christopher Lees

    Had my eyes closed listening to The Rain Song...

    One of my favorite versions is from 2-14-75, and my favorite boot of that show is from TDOLZ. On that recording, the sound of the guitar and the atmosphere of the show, which the audience recording allows you to hear so nicely, make the Rain Song especially wistful, in my opinion.
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