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scutly

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  1. was this all there was? http://www.cbsnews.com/news/led-zeppelin-jimmy-page-on-career-chances-of-reunion-tour/
  2. "We wish it to be known, that the loss of our dear friend and the deep respect we have for his family, together with the deep sense of undivided harmony felt by ourselves and our manager, have led us to decide that we could not continue as we were." who wrote this?
  3. jimmy oughta take peter out behind the woodshed for this fuckup! the whole musical world is now running with the story that this is a Jimmy Page creation.
  4. http://www.rocksback...r/pete-makowski Pete Makowski Pete Makowski joined Sounds at the age of 16 as an office boy in 1972 and within two years was a fulltime journalist. Mostly known for his encounters with the more rock-orientated acts like Deep Purple, UFO, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Aerosmith, Grand Funk, Rush, etc., during his stretch in the business Makowski has interviewed a diverse array of artists including Blondie, Johnny Thunders, The Only Ones, Sparks, Millie Jackson, Stevie Winwood, Twiggy, Iggy Pop, The Sex Pistols and Alvin Stardust. His other careers have included being press officer for the New York Dolls, Ted Nugent, Black Sabbath, Hawkwind, The Pink Fairies, Man, Motorhead, Michael Moorcock, Gary Holton and Tommy Chase; setting up an independent record label with Pete Townshend, playing guitar and writing songs for the infamous (or is that unfamous?) Snivelling Shits. He also put together a photo journal - Powerage - with legendary photographer Ross Halfin. The two of them have worked together on various projects and magazines for almost three decades. Apart from Sounds Peter has written for Streetlife, New Music News, Kerrang (under the nom de plume of Toots Daley), Soundcheck, Metal Hammer and This Is Rock and has recently contributed to Q, Mojo and Classic Rock.
  5. as a 14 yr old teenager in the summer of 1980 i got turned on to quite a few things with Zeppelin topping the list. as 9th grade started in september i found myself part of a whole new world that i use to look at with fear just a short year ago. i was part of the "scene" now and hung with the cool kids and our religion if you can call it that was Led Zeppelin. and now our Gods were coming to the states! for a few short months we were all on top of the world. planning and replanning road trips. imaginning possibillites of set lists and constantly pestering the older guys we knew who got to see them in MSG in 77 for stories and details. then it happened................ up to that point in my life i never experienced anything that came close to the loss i felt when i heard the news. our whole world crashed right before our eyes. thats how important Zeppelin was to us. was this a pleasurable meaningful personal zeppelin experience? hell no but it is my most meaning and personal one. of course spending my 16th bday trippin balls watching the "Midnight Madnness" screening of TSRTS in my local movie theater and having sex was a pretty meaningful personal Zep experience as well!
  6. do you know aproximately how many copies were shipped and sold before it was pulled? did the re-release still include Crowes interview without the Kinks music? or was the interview completely removed? thanx
  7. ok i got a theory as to who the kid is. brad whitfords son zachary whitford. born 1980 or 1981. its the same kid in this rehearsal video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5_iroLNQFs&feature=player_detailpage
  8. blind faith http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/inde...-for-2009-tour/
  9. Ok so im a 43 guy and have three older sisters. heres how it went.......... 1973 watched oldest sister go see zep and made fun of middle sister with youngest sister for not being able to go. 1975 watched oldest sister and middle sister go see zep a made fun of youngest sister for not being able to go. 1977 watched all three of them bitches go see zep and cried like a baby when all three made fun of me cause i was not able to go. 1980...........all four of us cried like babies.
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