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  2. The Doors announce 'The Soft Parade' deluxe edition for the 50th https://ultimateclassicrock.com/the-doors-soft-parade-deluxe-edition/
  3. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/halestorms-lzzy-hale-joins-alice-cooper-on-stage-in-allentown-video/
  4. luvlz2


  5. Iggy Pop to release 'Free' album in September http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/iggy-pop-to-release-free-album-in-september/
  6. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/uriah-heep-keyboardist-phil-lanzon-to-release-48-seconds-solo-album/
  7. Lol...infinite monkeys, butterfly effects....one person’s painting of every number to infinity and the other’s remastering their oeuvre to infinity...sweet...whatever gives them purpose....who cares, you don’t have to spend money on it...but the fact that there’s a website dedicated to Jimmy’s life work and both of us are on it, pretty much tells you all you need to know...
  8. What were his thoughts on the Infinite Monkey Theorum? Jimmy's life's work was releasing ten original Led Zeppelin albums...then spending the rest of his life remastering them.
  9. Peter Whitehead filmed Led Zeppelin at the Royal Albert Hall in 1970. AKAIK he never claimed to have filmed them at The Roundhouse, and none of the band members have ever claimed he did either. Sadly, he passed away last month. https://www.theguardian.com/film/2019/jun/13/peter-whitehead-obituary
  10. Back on February 21st, 2007, Ahmed Raza, a member of 'For Badgeholders Only' posted the following:'According to the Sunday Telegraph, last weekend's issue, Peter Whitehead (renowned UK film producer/falconer/author) got Zeppelin down on film at The Roundhouse, London'James Liam Cook from The Telegraph did some research and found a mention of the event here:"Soon he was shooting the Stones in Dublin, Allen Ginsberg at the Royal Albert Hall and Led Zeppelin at the Roundhouse. In 1967, he shot Benefit of the Doubt, about the Vietnam War. Given Whitehead's approach - and the spirit of the times - one might assume that his films would be unwieldy monuments to self-indulgence. In fact, they're very sharply observed, often extremely funny and surprisingly cohesive. After making a documentary about Swinging London, called Tonite Let's All Make Love in London -typically, Whitehead claims to have been bored to tears by Swinging London - in 1968 he went off to New York intending to make a similar film there.
  11. Led Zeppelin was Jimmy’s life work and he was always striving to catch the essence of it his whole life. Nothing wrong with that. He’s like the Polish painter Roman Opalka who’s life work was painting the numbers one through infinity and trying to find different ways to express that. Opalka acknowledged that the body of his work was that one single thing. The last number he painted was like 5, 607, 000 or something. Jimmy’s problem was that, unlike an infinite set of numbers, there were a very limited set of musicians who could be and do what he wanted. He was very very lucky to catch that once. It’s ok because most of us will never have even that. You should feel joy for him, not sadness.
  12. A Variety excerpt by Jem Aswad: 50 Years Ago, Led Zeppelin Held Its First Rehearsal: ‘The Whole Room Just Exploded’ "The group played an incredible 145 shows in 1969, and by the end of the year they had released the blockbuster “Led Zeppelin II” (featuring their breakthrough single “Whole Lotta Love”) and were headlining venues like London’s Royal Albert Hall, New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Boston Garden and Detroit’s Olympia Stadium. From there, Zeppelin went on to become one of the most popular rock bands in history, dominating the 1970s, influencing countless thousands of musicians and, according to unofficial estimates, selling more than 200 million albums worldwide."
  13. Page tried to reform Led Zeppelin so many times I've lost count. When he couldn't reform them, he pursued approximations.
  14. That too, anything to magnify the perception of victimhood for AOC+3 and other hard left puppets.
  15. kar-TOOSH!! like a big stone hitting the water.
  16. I can hear the Edgar Winter song right now. 😄
  17. Didn’t like ‘Crest Of A Knave’, JTM? That was the last one I really enjoyed.
  18. Walter


    Yes they do. Alex Morgan played over there during the NWSL offseason a couple of years ago, before returning to the Pride.
  19. Fantastic thread, Strider 👍 The original CBS coverage is great! I love the commercials. I wasn't even 3 years old at the time so I don't remember it. I was on vacation with my family in the Bavarian Alps. We stayed in a small village at a small B&B. By the time not everyone had a television set especially not in the countryside. So my father and my brother watched the landing live on television at a pub at night.
  20. LedZed66


    I like these warm up games. The only chance for me to see the international players and teams live. Only a few thousand people in the stadium, nice and relaxed atmosphere, just fun. It's not the best football because there are a lot of substitutions and at least these are just training matches.
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