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  1. They could also do some rearrangements like the Knebworth Whole Lotta Love. Given the amount of rehearsals they're doing for the o2 show, I think it's possible (maybe even likely) that they'll come up with something new like that. That would be very cool.
  2. Well, I think that the '98 Page/Plant tour was pretty close to what we would see in a new Zeppelin tour: -- Standard band configuration, as opposed to the Egyptian orchestra and second lead guitarist (Porl Thompson) that they had in '95 -- Zeppelin songs played pretty close to the album versions -- A good number of live rarities from the Zeppelin days (Wanton Song, Ramble On, Tangerine, Gallows Pole, HMMT, etc.). For the new tour, they could bring out For Your Life, Houses of the Holy, Carouselambra, In the Light etc. Having JPJ and Jason Bonham in the mix will bring the performance(
  3. I'll be going to the show, coming from Seattle. Wow, this is a great representation of attendees!
  4. Here's the info from Rick Barrett (I found this article a while back at http://www.77266.com/ZepList/site/ZepObject.html, but that link doesn't work anymore): The Led Zeppelin "Object" by Rick Barrett I get LOTS of questions about the famous statue that was on the cover of Led Zeppelin's seventh album. Hopefully this feature will give some background on it and answer some questions that commonly arise! First of all, after the company Hipgnosis designed the Presence album cover, in which The Object was painted into the various scenes, Led Zeppelin had real Objects produced. Th
  5. I have an original Object #447 that I got from Rick Barrett back in the day. I don't have tons of Zep memorabilia, but Presence is my favorite album, so I made the effort to get an Object.
  6. I have a copy of Led Zeppelin IV on CD, pressed by Atlantic in the US (Catalog Number 19129-2). It looks just like a standard issue Zep IV CD, but the music on it is Jackson Browne's "Late for Sky" (!!??) Has anyone else come across this, or any other similar mis-pressings? Thanks!
  7. "The Campaign" or "The Overture". Both pretty kick ass titles also.
  8. That's correct. Robert: "That was it. It was a day in July, really. Because... in fact, we tried to find a title that would signify that it was just that, wasn't it, you know? "A Day in July" might have been a good title. Bit late in the day to change it". Robert's response comes after the interviewer criticizes the robbery sequence in the film as not fitting in with the rest of the fantasy and concert elements. Robert defends the robbery sequence by saying that it was relevant to that day.
  9. Here's one that goes along with the TSRTS re-release: Robert Plant did a televised interview at the time of the original TSRTS release. On what program was the interview shown? During the interview, what was the alternate title that Robert proposed for TSRTS?
  10. Page and Plant did an abbreviated acoustic version that appeared on a Japanese TV show hosted by Hiroshi Kume in 1994. Readily available on YouTube -- it's actually pretty good, but no solo.
  11. Greetings all: Very exciting to see this site up and running! My name's Tom Leahy, 41 years old, from Seattle, WA Just slightly too young to have seen Zeppelin back in the day, but I'm fortunate to have a ticket to the o2 show, so that's literally a dream come true. I mean I literally dream about it. I've seen all members solo going back to Plant's first tour in 1983. But as Jimmy Page says, the indescribable "fifth element" will only be there when the group is together. It's a fantastic time to be a Zep fan, and I'm looking forward re-establishing some contacts from over
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