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    Zeppelin (and post band members bands), Sailing, Hiking, Adventure Travel, Classic Mustangs, Live Concerts, Whitesnake, UFO, Y&T, Zebra, Rush, Floyd, Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Co, Firm, etc.) plus numerous other bands, hanging with friends, family and having good times (hold the bad ones...)! Fine long hair beautiful women who can rock all about (love to hear from you if you're single!)<br /><br />Wishing the Zeppelin Multitude Well on their travels...til we rock again!
  1. Did anyone see this.... Video Clip of Black Dog....from last nights show! Here's the link with review from BBC: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/7138311.stm Sounds good considering they're age and past short musical gathers over the years! Jason well...he's just an amazing musician! I was lucky enough to catch him with the "In Name Of My Father" Tour about 10 years back in NY before he sobered up! Amazing moment at 3:30am in the morning after the bachelor party he was at in NYC...he played a gig after that with his band The Jason Bonham Band covering all the Zeppelin favorites! He even signed my Song Remains the Same T-shirt after the gig! Thanks Jason! He had the sticks then and he sure has them now!...without chemicals getting in the way! Cheers to All the members...Thank you for putting in out there one last time! I dearly hope they will all consider doing a tour for all of us fans that were no able to make it to London because of the very very limited number of tickets! We can only hope...til they decide what's next! Thank YOU!!!!! LED ZEPPELIN for the Timeless Musical Masterpieces!!!!
  2. Hey there Chasenblues...fellow NYer here and Long time Zeppelin listener/fan! Are you lucky enough to be heading to London for the 12/10 Tribute show? Well I'm new to this forum...seems well put together and glad the band put it together for us! Got to ramble on... DieHardZepFan (aka Vic)
  3. I second that with LZFAN715...definitely would love to see Zeppelin touring all over the States with an extra Long set, with mutliple encores (not to mention musical orgasms...ladies!)!!!!! However, I would not believe this until I am holding tickets in my hand and the band has confirmed this verbally in televised or live call in shows or streaming/interviews! Rumors have revolved around Zeppelin since that tragic day and annoucement from the band in Sept of 1980! We can only hope... Robert and Jimmy and John Paul and Jason will sit around the pub one evening, and say why don't we give the fans what they've longed for and what we know we can deliver.... Good Hard Driving...Kick Ass and Enchanting Melodic Zeppelin Music! We're ready and more than willing to fill the stadiums, arenas, fields, or where ever they decide upon! All we ask is give it some consideration! DieHardZepFan from NY (aka Vic)
  4. The Rover is an Amazing Zeppelin Tune! One of my all time favorites...and really were surprised that they never performed it live (Except for a few bars as was previously mentioned on the '77 tour as an intro to SICK AGAIN "which is also incredible")! Very underated but not the most! One of the best tracks off the Physicial Graffitti sessions. The riff that Jimmy gets into on The Rover as it fades out...is one that I would have loved to have been sitting in on in the studio cause I know there is more to that number than we were given in the final cut before it made its way onto Physical Graffitti. Jimmy, if there is a longer un-edited un-faded version of The Rover in the archives of Zeppelin, please put it out on the next gem of a compelation! We'd all enjoy hearing you continue that riff....WHICH JAMS so intensely!!!!!!! Ahhhhhhh now I got to go put the ROVER on full blast!!!!!!! Enjoy and keep all those amazing Zeppelin Tunes rocking! DieHardZepFan from NY (aka Vic)
  5. FOR YOUR LIFE...is one of my all time favorite tunes and would be a definite plus to hear live since they've never performed it together on stage that I am aware of! Presence is a great LP and anything they play I would agree with the prior posts would be amazing! They are such an intense musical unit and have a chemistry that transends time and space! Truely One of kind! Led Zeppelin! Other tracks on my Wish they would play live ...would have to be: (not in any particular order) Hey Hey What Can I Do! - (Great addition around an acoustic set) The Rover - (in its entirety...not just the rifs Jimmy!) In The Light - (Robert performed that with his band but to hear it with Jimmy, John Paul Jones and Jason would be amazing!...one of my favorites of all time!) Carouselambra (a number that I wished they did during the Tour of Europe which unfortunately never made it to the US) Dazed and Confused - just because we need to hear Jimmy's Bow! No Quarter - John Paul Jones is just incredible on the organ and piano! How Many More Times - Great tune from the early days and so amazing live! Since I've Been Loving You - Bluesy Ballet that must be heard Tea for One/I'm Gonna Crawl medly The Rain Song - Robert and Jimmy bring this to another level...live! The Ocean - Just because Bonzo deserves to be moved by Jason's drumming up in Heaven! Out on the Tiles Ramble On - cause it says so much... What is and What Should (always) Be! Black Dog Whole Lotta Love - (extended to include all of Jimmy's, Robert's, and JPJ's musical muzing...) and Stairway to Heaven - Because its a magnificant piece and millions love it Thank You! and one track that I'd like to see retired just because its to over played is "Rock and Roll" sorry to those that enjoy it, but just a personal preference. But anything they pull from their catalogue of tunes would be memorable and maybe a few blues numbers or other jams they're mulling around with....!! Thanks for all the great tunes over the decades! DieHardZepFan! from NY (aka Vic)
  6. Guys, when Page came to NY for the Ronnie Lane's Appeal for ARMs show back in 1982, which was the first time since John Bonham's demise that Jimmy was peforming publicly on stage in NYC, the venue even though all three original guitarists (Eric, and Jeff) of the Yardbirds were there together for Ronnie(and all incredible in their own right)...the place didn't errupt like it did when James Patrick Page took the stage! I was there for both nights, and the roar was so intense and so long.....it was deafining! (no exageration...) Jimmy joked after playing Prelude (off Deathwish2 soundtrack) that was his going to his only number for the night...yeah right!!!...Well we know the rest and it was great! A much much better performance than the Royal Albert show gig...where Pagey was a bit rusty...but hey when you haven't picked up a guitar or played live in over two years in front of huge audiences what can you expect! All I know is Jimmy was totally ON for the ARMS show in NYC and he even mentioned it in Kerrang's interview shortly after or around the time of The FIRMs formation. I am sure that without any doubt ....the O2 audience will be louder and more intense than anything we've ever heard!!! When Jimmy, Robert, John Paul Jones, and Jason walk on stage and the lights come up!!!! London will be echoing with the sounds of thunder....not just from the PAs/Amplifiers but from the ROAR of the Fans!!!!! 27 long hard and musically deprived years without the Magnificent Zeppelin performing!!!! Wish I was going...I know my voice would be lost in the first fifteen minutes!!!! Make this a Memory that will never be forgotten!!! To all those on and around the stage! Thank you for bringing it back for One more TIME! DieHardZepFan (aka Vic)
  7. Totally Agree with this post! To all the Band members or influential Zeppelin staff, please pass along our desire from those that are Stateside and may be unable to attend the O2 show, that we sincerely would enjoy seeing and of course hearing Led Zeppelin on this side of the Atlantic once again performing a complete Zep Set! It would be amazing experience for those to young to have seen the original lineup flying across the globe back in the seventies! The many reunions and benefits up until the O2 show were just not enough material nor the quality to get the juices flowing for all of us DieHard Zeppelin Fans! Jimmy knows that alot of those gigs were not of the best sound quality possible for the caliber that they are capable of! I dearly hope that they will strongly work together on considering going forward with Zeppelin as working band and touring with Jason Bonham. It would be incredible! Maybe there's a possiblity of them writing some new material together! We we definitely be on the look out for the DVD release of the 02 show for Ahmet Ertegun's Tribute concert which we hope will capture the best of the performance by the legendary Led Zeppelin as they should through the bands and fans eyes/ears! Jimmy I hope you have your hands on this production cause when you're involved in the production it turns out with the musical craftsmenship as only Page can create! All the best to the band, including John Baldwin (JPJ), Jason and all those on the ground crew giving Flight to the Mighty Zeppelin may it continue on and on....and on! Thanks for all the musical memories over the decades fellas! You are truely one of a kind! Still Rockin in NY! DieHardZepFan (aka Vic)
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