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Everything posted by muybein

  1. Regular Stern listener, so heard about it yesterday- just finished it up. Howard could have let him go on a bit in certain parts of the interview and Robert put him in his place as needed. You all can draw your own conclusions, but it was great to finally have some Zep representation on the show since Howard is such a big fan. I'd guess the whole interview will be out there soon. https://www.howardstern.com/show/2017/10/17/show-rundown-october-17-2017/
  2. Intriguing- LZ is mentioned in this article: http://screamermagazine.com/interviews/greta-van-fleet-like-everything-nothing-youve-heard/
  3. Would like to see what TTB would be like with John Mayer- ala Derek & the Dominoes?
  4. Funny- I was familiar with later Genesis and solo stuff, but then I found out what he was doing on the drums in the Seventies with older Genesis and Brand X- wow.
  5. Didn't see this posted anywhere (sorry if a repost)- not sure what to make of it? https://www.yahoo.com/music/phil-collins-plans-new-album-comeback-tour-165959275.html Last paragraph: Collins said he has convened a band that includes drummer Jason Bonham, the son of Led Zeppelin’s late John Bonham.
  6. Eric Clapton's Tribute To B.B. King Dead At Age 89 RIP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyiHc6bW0X8
  7. Yeah- Peart is another good question- as a drummer, I'd have a million. Hell, I'd never heard the man speak until the LZ DVD came out (I think that's where I first heard it). The book by his brother Mick is another good one (mentioned in other threads)...
  8. I read that in the book LZ-'75: The Lost Chronicles of Led Zeppelin's 1975 American Tour (chapter 24), and you're right- Mind Transplant was the other album- turns out he was actually playing along to them at 3am in his Riot House hotel room- hilarious.
  9. Alphonse Mouzon/Funky Snakefoot was the specific album I've read about him playing very loud in hotels. I've also read they used to listen to Little Feat at soundchecks, so maybe Richie Hayward was on his list (?)
  10. While I was familiar with him, I wasn't too interested until I happened upon Live at the Beacon which public TV was running. What really caught my attention wasn't really a blues tune- it's called "Mountain Time" with a really cool intro and outro. His bass player (since 2005 I guess), Carmine Rojas, has a hell of a resume as well. Anywho, check out Mountain Time- the guy can sing and play!
  11. Cool to look around the studio- wonder if some of that percussion stuff was Bonham's or it all belonged to the studio?
  12. LZ IV was the apex of the bands career (and there's actually a book out there on the subject)...
  13. Speaking of Derek Trucks, boy what a national treasure. All his albums are great and the new Tedeschi Trucks Band 'Revelator' album is sweet (Susan Tedeschi's albums are cool too). I'd like to catch them live (check out Clapton's latest Crossroads DVD for a taste). In the interest of staying on topic, I wouldn't be too interested in a Yardbirds gig, especially without at least one of the three musketeers involved...
  14. I haven't been as big a fan of the post 70's stuff either, but I still appreciate him- the Crossroads DVD's are great (as is his biography) and he continues to turn me on to new acts. BTW, his place (very nice) in central Ohio is only about 5 miles from my place (I saw one of his classic Ford's in his driveway the day of one of the Columbus shows a couple years ago- turns out he drove that one to the gig!)- also saw him at a pumpkin patch with his family and enjoyed a chili dog from one table away (never approached him out of respect)- I was verklempt for weeks...
  15. I suppose we could all provide feedback, eh? http://www.jimmypage.com/feedback
  16. Keep refreshing/checking- looks like we'll slow/crash the server as I've timed out trying to get to live stuff/photos etc. Could be slow for a while until the traffic slows. Looks cool though...
  17. Also, for anyone interested, on the extra's DVD of the double DVD release of Sling Blade, there is a discussion with Billy Bob and Lanois about how he basically created the tracks for the movie real-time using legacy equipment- interesting stuff...
  18. Did a search on the forum for both Black Dub and Daniel Lanois and didn't come up with much- wasn't sure where to put this- anywho, got into Daniel Lanois via Sling Blade score/soundtrack. In looking at Lanois' other stuff, came upon Black Dub (Brian Blade- drums)- his latest project (check out the stuff on youtube)- was intrigued and took a closer look at Trixie Whitley (vocals, drums, keys)- from that search came upon the fact that Plant hooked up with Lanois and the gang in early Oct.- check out the link. Anyone else hip to this? http://www.ledzeppelinnews.com/2009/11/u2-producer-sneaks-robert-plant-into-la.html
  19. TP has a show on Sirius called Buried Treasure and plays the Yardbirds a bit. Pretty cool show. I saw one of his 2006 concerts, and Stevie Nicks guested- good stuff.
  20. Couple others off the top of my head: Gary Willis/Dennis Chambers Tim Lefebvre/Keith Carlock
  21. ally- I was going to go with Prestia/Garibaldi as well. The video you posted is awesome- I actually bought it on VHS years ago (Bass Day 98). The part where they ask them to make something up on the spot is sweet.
  22. Richie did some work on Shane's Dirty Power release.
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