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  1. I myself love the Aerosmith of the 70's. The first album is way underrated, I just wish it had been produced by someone else. It has a great groove to it, but the true energy just doesn't seem to come across on the recording. ROCKS is pure genius, but the one that grabs me still is Get Your Wings, it just seems darker than their other releases. Toys in the Attic is just a plain good time. This band is just plain in your face no holds barred rock-n-roll, and deserve some credit for their body of work, longevity, and their ability to kick your ass during live shows. Their recent work was some go
  2. Led Zeppelin 1 How Many More Times 2 I Can't Quit You Baby 3 Dazed and Confused Led Zeppelin II 1 What Is and What Should Never Be 2 Ramble On 3 Whole Lotta Love Led Zeppelin III 1 Since I've Been Loving You 2 Thats The Way 3 Out On The Tiles Led Zeppelin IV 1 The Battle Of Evermore 2 When The Levee Breaks 3 Stairway To Heaven Houses Of The Holy 1 Over The Hills and Far Away 2 The Rain Song 3 No Quarter Physical Graffiti 1 Kashmire 2 In My Time Of Dying 3 Ten Years Gone Presence 1 Nobody's Fault 2 For Your Life 3 Achilles Last Stand In Th
  3. Some of my favorites to name a few Canned Heat - On The Road Again Uriah Heep - Stealin' Traffic - John Barleycorn Humble Pie - 30 Days In The Hole Joe Walsh - Rocky Mountain Way REO Speedwagon - 157 Riverside Avenue (Live Version) Mountain - Mississippi Queen Ram Jam - Black Betty James Gang - Walk away T-Rex - Get It On Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil The Who - Behind Blue Eyes CCR - Run Through The Jungle The Doors - The End The Kinks - Lola Neil Young - The Needle and The Damage Done
  4. I understand where you are coming from as far as innovation is concerned. I should have explained what I meant and thats my fault for applying that word to his style of play. I was actually refering to his approach to producing the sound of Led Zeppelin. The way he miked Bonhams drums. The overlaying of the various guitar parts, and more. I know these are two different issues and I shouldn't have lumped it all together my bad. His style of play of course is built upon, and influenced by those who came before him, and those he was surrounded by as he came up from studio musician, Yardbirds and
  5. I agree with this statement whole heartedly. It really is a subjective thing and each guitarist bring their own degree of talent to the table. Their place in Rock history is deserved, and I respect, and appreciate each and everyone of them. Also you are so right these four are just the tip of the iceberg, and comparing one to another isn't really neccessary just fun. I was really just sharing the conversation my friend and I had. If he is going to pick one as the best of all time (Blackmore in his case), then I have to take exception to that because I just don't believe he is the best of all t
  6. You have 100's have musical choices at your disposal, and your 6 disc CD player has nothing but Zep in all 6 trays. Currently Mothership, BBC Sessions, HTWWW. Your DVD player has nothing but Zep in all 5 trays HTWWW, TSRTS, Mothership. All Zep all the time....lol Thank god my wife loves Zep as much as I do. Hmmmm....life partner choices based on...love for Zeppelin....nah just kidding.....NOT....yes I'am...well maybe...I'll get back to ya on that.
  7. A lot of different bands move me emotionaly, but it's usually tied to a specific memory and it's typicaly a song here or a song there. Freebird comes to mind right off. Zeppelin though moves me in my spirit through their music. It gets deep inside and dwells there. It's like an emotional roller coaster with all the highs and lows, the thrills and chills. A slow chug up a steep hill and once at the summit you throw your hands to the air and just go with the whims of the rails. And when it's over though drained and spent you can't wait to get back on that ride! I just can not get enough. When I
  8. Singing in the sunshine, laughing in the rain Hitting on the moonshine, rocking in the grain Ain't no time to pack my bag, my foots outside the door
  9. I - How Many More Times / Good Times Bad Times II - What Is And What Should Never Be / The Lemon Song III - Since I've Been Loving You / Thats The Way IV - The Battle Of Evermore / Stairway To Heaven HOH - No Quarter / Over The Hills And Far Away PG - Kashmire / Ten Years Gone Presence - Nobody's Fault But Mine / Tea For One ITTOD - In The Evening / I'm Gonna Crawl Coda - We're Gonna Grove / Ozone Baby
  10. I definately agree with Hendrix, however the argument, centered around the four mentioned. My friend is a big Blackmore fan Deep Purple, Rainbow, and now Blackmores Knight. I myself could listen to Clapton play all night, and have many times, but I can go months without listening to him at all. That said, I find I can not go one day without my fix of Page. The imagery, and emotion he is able to pull from me still to this day is by far the most intense feelings I have ever felt when listening to music. The only band who comes close to what Jimmy & the boys make me feel is Pink Floyd and eve
  11. Chicago, IL Chicago Stadium July of 73 Chicago, IL Chicago Stadium on my Birthday sweet 16 1/21/75 Indianapolis, IN Market Square extended birthday...lol 1/25/75 Indianapolis, IN Market Square 4/17/77 Cincinnati, OH Riverfront 4/20/77 Louisville, KY Freedom Hall 4/25/77
  12. The first few notes of SIBLY just grab me and the rest just completely floors me. Live anytime anywhere! Too many others, but this one comes to mind right off
  13. A friend of mine and I have been arguing over who was the better of the four, some 35 years now. I just wanted to share the recent exchange. I thought it might be amusing. You would think two 50 year old men would have other things to talk about, but the subject came up once again for about the 10 millionth time. This time though he crossed a line we usually just agree to disagree, but I couldn't let it go. He said and I qoute " Jimmy Page is not even one of the top ten best guitarist of all time. So therefore he is in no way better than Blackmore, Beck, or Clapton." I began to defend Mr. Page
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