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bootedinjapan

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  1. I vote for San Francisco. Listen to Page himself... "I can tell you when I knew we'd broken through, which was at San Francisco. There were other gigs, like the Boston Tea Party and the Kinetic Circus in Chicago which have unfortunately disappeared as venues, where the response was so incredible we knew we'd made our impression—but after the San Francisco gig it was just—bang!" Plus, if you're going to San Francisco you're going to meet allot of gentle people there. Jut not as many as you used to. I really think they should set up shop in Las Vegas and let people come to them. That way they are tan rested and ready each night. I hate Vegas, but you can have a good time there. Plus they can dial in the sound and it will not change from night to night. Or do a bunch of shows regionally. Peace...
  2. You guys bashing Plant are fracking lame. The man can do what he wants. "Hardcore fans?" please. I have liked Zeppelin for over 30 years. I have seen the members of Zep in different projects over a dozen times, etc. Being hardcore has nothing to do with it. So I, while not as hardcore as I once was, know what it is like to long to see Led Zeppelin. Disappointment is one thing, but trashing Robert Plant becasue he does not want to tour with Zep is a joke. The man helped give us music that has enriched our lives in many ways. He is making great music that he and many others enjoy and you flame him for that. How dare you. The man went through a lot back when he was in that band, car crash, the death of John Bonham and most of all his son while he was on the road with the band. So for all of you to sit there and call him names, grill him for playing Zeppelin tunes on the current tour and not doing a big Zep world tour, either lay off Mr. Plant or STFU! He deserves better than that. Flame on you crazy diamonds...
  3. Ok, you are entitled to your opinion and I understand your disappointment, but who the heck are you to tell Robert Plant what he should or should not do and what he should or should not play? Robert owes us nothing...
  4. The Onion rules! Here is another Zeppelin one. http://www.theonion.com/content/node/28086 Interesting to see if anyone gets their knickers twisted over this very funny spoof on Zep fans. Peace, Booted...
  5. This is something I would say and you have me by a decade. Too funny.
  6. Here is the deal on what they will or will not do: When you see it on their web-site or on 5 million news pages, then it is perhaps a go. Until then, even if someone is in the "know" about things, until the band says "so", who knows fact from fable? Peace
  7. I love this band and an look forward to the Official DVD/CD. This show was so superb. Thank you Led Zeppelin! Please read the 'About This Video' Peace
  8. They have done this in San Francisco and San Jose for many, many years. Live Zep has been a staple of 'Get The Led Out'. If the band go after them I would be surprised. I mean Jimmy goes to Boot shops in Japan. The station is just pumping Zeppelin and while they do sell commercial time, really it just pumps the band up more. I hope they are cool. They were so good. Peace.
  9. OK, here is what they could do to avoid the trappings of a tour and schedule. Get a running gig in a good venue in San Francisco, NY, Chicago, Las Vegas, LA and do X weeks in each city. That way they can be rested before each night. Also, world tours take a long time. I am not sure they would want to be on the road that much. If they do tour, it will focus on the USA first or perhaps some shows in Europe before the massive US tour. If they play Stadiums, I am going to lean towards sitting the tour out. I have been to enough of those to know better (for me). If they play indoor 18-20K seat places, I would go to as many as possible. I have a feeling I will be at home that night listening to the O2 show. It is so damn good. Peace
  10. Give them a little time. I agree it is lame, but I doubt they are going to wait to make a decision on the DVD. If they are going to do it. THey can have editors and Kevin Shirley start right away or after the new year and have it in stores in less than 6 months. I do not think the band f#$ked anyone over. Peace
  11. WTF, Zeppelin would not blow Floyd away or vice versa. Two different wonderful bands. I think when I get done listening to the O2 show, I will put one some Floyd. Page and Glimour are so good and different. Peace
  12. The cat is out of the bag though. Sure they will go after youtube ad others, but the web is massive and the number of devices that were there at the show are large in number. They should be stoked that so many people are able to hear the show and get reconnected with the band. They killed at this show. There were some feed back errors, but I mean this show was just too good. Most of 1977 has nothing on this show as far as being a sound sober performance IMHO. Different I know, but come on. Warner should call off the dogs and Jimmy and Co. Should get in the edit bay and get a DVD/CD out ASAP. Forget the flubs and only fix the sound. No padding the vocals or guitars. They are going to make a mint off this show. People are excited and going to spend money on tons of other Zep wares. Peace
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