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  1. Hell no. He never had the speed again that he had in Europe 73. He was great in 1998 but no where near his peak in themid-70's. The little notes and riffs between the notes are what was missing in his later days.
  2. OP mentions they opened up with GT/BT. I thought they never played it live except for snippets and medleys. Am I wrong here?
  3. Love the Stones but Zep crushes them in every way. Here is the end of the argument I have with Beatles and Stones fans: Zeppelin could play any song on the Stones or Beatles catalog BUT the Stones and Beatles could not play every song Zeppelin played. Mic drop.
  4. I wish he had kept John Baldwin. It's a bad ass name imo.
  5. Sorry for your loss. F Cancer. It is the worst!
  6. http://www.shewan.co.uk/robert-plant-hammersmith-odeon-17th-april-1988/ Here are the songs with Jimmy. Not the best sound quality but I will take it. Very cool!
  7. I love Sick Again live. (esp. in '77 with The Rover intro)
  8. http://bravewords.com/news/led-zeppelin-live-scandinavia-69-limited-edition-white-heavyweight-vinyl-due-in-july?fbclid=IwAR3wVfYyCmzvBSI5DLuHS82exdZXkS9mt0Vk9FXZuM7EbC6MxwSGha8hgVI Can't tell if this a bootleg or an official album.
  9. Tuscaloosa, AL in 1973. I went to school there. Would love to hear that show and the very first jam at Gerrard Street.
  10. Forgot about that. Good point?
  11. Most shows were recorded but most are not multi-tracks. This means Page would never release them.
  12. I found this post on FB kind of interesting. I never knew that BIGLY was supposed to be on '77 Tour Setlist. Damn shame, I would have loved to hear that. Led Zeppelin had begun rehearsing in November 1976 for their 1977 US Tour, By January they moved to Manticore Studios in Fulham, an old theater owned by Emerson Lake and Palmer. Many of the pics were taken by Pennie Smith and published along with an interview by Roy Carr in the Feb 26, 1977 issue of NME, Oh and an interview with Page published in NME November 20, 1976 states that rehearsals began two weeks earlier. All Jimmy's interviews from that day at SwanSong in November mention that they will begin their US tour in February, in fact it begun in April, so not sure what happened there. Jimmy also discussed in an interview with Chris Salewicz in February 1977, "I'm pretty confident. Everyone's confident. As far as the playing goes there's no problems at all. We've got such a variety in there - Oh, 'Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You' is another number that we've been using pedal steel guitar instead of the usual. So it sounds pretty different from the original."
  13. I think it would have been great if used in a movie. Very emotional track.
  14. What's the point then? It's not Led Zeppelin.
  15. 100% agree. I have always said this too. Hats Off To Roy Harper is the only useless Zep track imo. HHWCID would have been the perfect ending to Zep III. (esp. the way it just ends). HOTRH sounds like an outtake. Great minds think alike.
  16. So agree Steve. I love some of the 80's shows but the setlists were strange. Rain Song seemed out of place and the WS/BMS intro to Kashmir did not fit in the early 80's. I would have loved to hear more Presence or songs ever played before.
  17. https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/breaking-julie-felix-dead-singer-21740725 Wish there was better footage of Jimmy's appearance on her show in 1970:
  18. Malofiy already said he is appealing it to the US Supreme Court. This guy is a complete D Bag. Too bad Peter Grant is not still around to "talk" to him.
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