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LedZeppe75

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  1. Why did you do that? I thought it was great! I had a few suggestions, particularly the chording bit after the first part of the solo, but man you pretty much nailed it! Put it back!

    Hahaha thanks man I was thinking about making a new one very soon, because I can't seem to find the video on my computer so Ill have to make a new one soon...but thanks again


  2. :) Hey LedZeppe75!! :wave: Very niiccce! Beautiful! Loved your hammering on the (i think) Dmaj7 chord, the way Page does it right before Plant sings "Did you ever really need somebody?"! You've gotten much further along on that song then I ever did! :D

    Thanks alot :D


  3. I think their best set was the last day at Earls Court...every single song = AMAZING...but anyway, my ideal setlist would be...

    1. Rock and Roll

    2. Celebration Day

    3. Houses Of The Holy

    4. Misty Mountain Hop

    5. Nobody's Fault But Mine

    6. Custard Pie

    7. The Song Remains The Same

    8. The Rain Song

    9. In The Light

    10. Ten Years Gone

    11. Tangerine (Electric)

    12. Going To California

    13. That's The Way

    14. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp

    15. When The Levee Breaks

    16. Over The Hills And Far Away

    17. Trampled Under Foot

    18. In The Evening

    19. Kashmir

    20. Achilles Last Stand

    21. Stairway To Heaven

    ENCORES

    1. Good Times Bad Times

    2. Whole Lotta Love

    3. Heartbreaker

    4. Communication Breakdown

    5. The Ocean

    6. Tea For One

    7. Bring It On Home

    Damn 28 songs...thats alot haha...well youve gotta 38


  4. How's it going "ledzepfvr?" Ah, you have the regular DVD release, that is not the complete show. I have BOTH KNEBWORTH shows in their entirety with excellent picture and sound quality. The tracks for both shows are as follows:

    4 August 1979

    Disc 1

    (1.) Introduction

    (2.) The Song Remains The Same

    (3.) Celebration Day

    (4.) Black Dog

    (5.) Nobody's Fault But Mine

    (6.) Over The Hills And Far Away

    (7.) Misty Mountain Hop

    (8.) Since I've Been Loving You

    (9.) No Quarter

    (10.) Ten Years Gone

    (11.) Hot Dog

    (12.) The Rain Song

    (13.) White Summer - Black Mountain Side

    (14.) Kashmir

    Disc 2

    (1.) Trampled Underfoot

    (2.) Sick Again

    (3.) Achilles Last Stand

    (4.) Guitar Solo

    (5.) In the Evening

    (6.) Stairway To Heaven

    (7.) Rock And Roll

    (8.) Whole Lotta Love

    (9.) Heartbreaker

    11 August 1979

    Disc 1

    (1.) The Song Remains The Same

    (2.) Celebration Day

    (3.) Black Dog

    (4.) Nobody's Fault But Mine

    (5.) Over The Hills And Far Away

    (6.) Misty Mountain Hop

    (7.) Since I've Been Loving You

    (8.) No Quarter

    Disc 2

    (1.) Hot Dog

    (2.) The Rain Song

    (3.) White Summer / Black Mountain Side

    (4.) Kashmir

    (5.) Trampled Underfoot

    (6.) Sick Again

    (7.) Achilles Last Stand

    Disc 3

    (1.) Guitar Solo

    (2.) In The Evening

    (3.) Stairway To Heaven

    (4.) Rock And Roll

    (5.) Whole Lotta Love

    (6.) Communication Breakdown

    The songlist for both shows are exactly the same except the very last song. I will be playing both complete shows at two different bars starting on 4 August 2009 (Tuesday) and the following week on 11 August 2009 (Tuesday). It looks like it is going to be another packed house this year. Thanks for your comment and ROCK ON!

    Ahhhh at the bottom of your post where you said the songlists were the same except for the last song, you forgot to mention that Ten Years Gone was only performed on the 4th :D


  5. Ummm I don't think i can play any song perfectly...note for note, but i do improvise alot of solos, so these are the songs i can play with my own style...

    Whole Lotta Love

    Bring it On Home

    Bron-Y-Aur Stomp

    Immigrant Song

    Since I've Been Loving You

    Celebration Day

    Thats The Way

    Black Dog

    Rock And Roll

    Stairway To Heaven

    The Battle Of Evermore

    Going To California

    Misty Mountain Hop

    The Song Remains The Same

    The Rain Song

    Over The Hills And Far Away

    The Ocean

    No Quarter

    Ten Years Gone

    Sick Again

    Trampled Under Foot

    Kashmir

    Achilles Last Stand


  6. Alright, so a while ago i posted a cover of TYG, but i didnt like that much, so i practiced the song alot more, and made this....please ignore the distortion and rate it on how i played, and how i put it together. Oh and its in stereo...so use heaphones :D


  7. Although HOTH is my overall favourite album, I like the way Robert's voice sounds during the recording of PG the best...that raspy tone always gets to me on tracks like Custard Pie and TU especially. LZ I would be my second pick...that raw power behind his voice is all too evident. THEN comes his HOTH voice.

    Hahahaha I completley agree with you, my favorite album is Houses, but i love Plant's voice on PG on songs like Ten Years Gone, Trampled Under Foot, and Sick Again, and I also love the first album...his voice is so strong and powerful.


  8. The two biggest WARTS of the '77 tour were:

    The drum solo segment

    the "guitar solo" segment

    Now Jimi may have been smacked out at various times during the '77 tour but it was these ridiculous mind-numbing solos/segments that were utterly and entirely UNECESSARY!

    Zep had the chance to play NEW MATERIAL. And all they attempted was Ten Years Gone, NFBM, a folk song from the 2nd album and what else?

    The '77 tour would have really kicked ass if the band had bothered to try out tunes like, In your life and a few others from Presence. What about Wanton Song?? There are so many other cool riffs and tunes that Page composed and the band never bothered to try them live. It's just a shame.

    Bonham was no better a drummer in '77 than he was in '75 or prior to that. Page was no better a guitarist in '77 than in '75 (and in '77 he was hampered by a smack addiction).

    So we get the boring drum solo from Bonham and the obnoxious sounding guitar sound theatrics of Page (and in some audience tapes you can hear the crowd getting restless for more music and less guitar BS from Page).

    If the band had shelved both solos and instead added at least THREE new songs from either Presence or PG, '77 would have absolutely been a PRIMO year for live zep.

    Instead, what we really get is LA '77 (truly the best and most inspired of the entire tour, Cleveland, April 28 comes a close second) and the rest of the tour which is OK overall, but falls short because of those obnoxious solo segments and just not enouch new material performed.

    Sorry, it's the truth. My truth anyway. :-)

    You have some serious issues with your post. The song is not "In Your Life" it's "For Your Life", the "folk" song (I'm assuming you're talking about "The Battle Of Evermore" was from the 4th album.


  9. my favourite jonesy bit has to be the battle of evermore mandolin, closely followed by the keyboard in trampled underfoot

    what's your fave jpj non bass part?

    My favorites from JPJ would probably be the bass in achilles, mando in going to california, and the keys in trampled under foot (by the way, Jimmy played the mando on the battle of evermore)


  10. Well I personally LOVE all of the songs on this album...so it will be difficult for me to rank them, but Ill try

    1. Rock And Roll

    2. Going To California

    3. The Battle Of Evermore

    4. Black Dog

    5. Stairway To Heaven

    6. Misty Mountain Hop

    7. Four Sticks

    8. When The Levee Breaks

    (Subject to change at any time)


  11. I honestly used to despise this album, but now I have come to like most of the tracks on it, especially I'm gonna Crawl, which is one of my fave LZ songs now..but I still despise Fool in the Rain..

    Same with me, I used to hate the whole thing, but now Im startin to like In The Evening, Carouselambra, and All My Love (Definatley not one of my favorites though, but its OK)

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