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About Daniel

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    Zep Head
  • Birthday 02/20/1964

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    Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A.
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    Family, Friends, Audio/Visual Entertainment of Just About Any Form, Computers, Internet, Ethnic Foods, Travel, Waking Up Next To My Wife.

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  1. This looks a lot like the one that QVC was selling back in 1995. The ad for the print starts at the 29 minute 20 second mark of Mark Zep's youtube post.
  2. It looks great but there's so many darned buttons that I'd never be able to find the one marked 'Record Backwards.'
  3. John Bonham 'Birthplace Garden' set up by Memorial group https://redditchstandard.co.uk/lifestyle/john-bonham-birthplace-garden-set-up-by-memorial-group/
  4. Pamela Des Barres recalls her groupie days with rock stars, names her 'true love' http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/05/23/pamela-des-barres-recalls-her-groupie-days-with-rock-stars-names-her-true-love.html
  5. Daniel

    Any time now.....

    "Any time now..." doesn't use much bandwidth so perhaps it is Led Wallet II at play.
  6. I really do wish that I could help you, but who knows? A band of four men once wrote something, that probably won't help either but one never knows. You could try to, ...walk the town, Keep a-searching all around, Looking for... John Paul Jones But in all seriousness, have a great time at the show!
  7. It's lovely to see Sara Watkins and JPJ performing together again. After all, they do have a great admiration for one another.
  8. But, Clapton is God, I've never really been sure which one. In all seriousness, I think Eric Clapton is a great musician. Though I readily admit that I've always had a bias for Jimmy Page, considering my love for him and his baby/band.
  9. Credited to "Showbiz411 columnist Roger Friedman" Maybe living in the boonies keeps me a bit out of the fray but I've never even heard of Showbiz411. So I'd give that source about a grain of sand more than I would give that drunkard / wife beater over at the Chicago Sun-Times, Neil Steinberg. So that makes it a total of two grains of sand.
  10. Hopefully the accumulation of 25 years of pizza grease isn't going to raise the reserve, [if one exists].
  11. I wonder how many members of Rufus are still around and playing? 'Tell me somthin' good. ' It would be neat to see or at least hear her play with them.
  12. Thanks for posting that Balthazor. Interesting to see that his opinion has not wavered! I've always thought the reference in Rock Show was an amazing tribute to Jimmy Page. "Rock Show" (Lyrics) [snip] What's that man movin' 'cross the stage? It looks a lot like the one used by Jimmy Page It's like a relic from a different age Could be, ooh-ee [snip] Songwriters: Paul Mc Cartney; Linda Mc Cartney.
  13. Thanks for posting Sam. "completely refurbished" It would have been neat to see what it looked like at the height of Led Zeppelin's popularity. Maybe there are some pictures online, I really don't know, but up close and personal is always better.
  14. Nearly everything I wanted to say about "Vinyl" has been said: the actor playing Grant sounded enough like him but he was seriously the smallest man that one would normally see at just about any event other than midget wrestling; and the actor that played Plant looked a lot like the transvestite in Silence of The Lambs, that uttered the words, to his captive in the hole, "It puts the lotion on the skin." One of the most (in hindsight) hilarious lines ever, while at the time and in context, very disturbing. It was an interesting show, surely the Led Zeppelin bit made it even more so but I do plan to catch future episodes and I'll see how good they are now that the Led Zeppelin bit is surely over.
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