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  1. ZoSoJo

    Hot pics of Jimmy

    and now it's selling on Amazon USED for $245.00. (I am not a Ross fan...he's a grumpasaurus)
  2. ZoSoJo

    Hot pics of Jimmy

    I'm still *smitten* after ALL THESE YEARS!
  3. ZoSoJo

    Hot pics of Jimmy

    370 pages of DREAMY...but sometimes...the shots are just too sad...look how gaunt he is...and his hands are skeletal. So heartbreaking,
  4. ZoSoJo

    Hot pics of Jimmy

    Ah! I love it when a new one appears! thank you so much!
  5. Sounds Like 'Crown Vic' SCORED! This will be an interesting incarnation. Plant can't handle downtime!
  6. The Raconteurs: Consolers of the Lonely
  7. You know....I love Ross' photo's but he is the GRUMPIEST MAN ALIVE! His commentary is always so negative (except for Jimmy, he never has anything negative to say about out Fine Mr. Page.) I just imagine he is so very very unhappy.
  8. Oops...Forgot the "North" and Nope. We looked there first! (also, the shirts were limited)
  9. Just got back in town last night from Columbus, Ohio. Robert Plant and his friends (Band of Joy) were on TOP of their game. The Missippi Allstars did a 40 minute opening show that was breath taking and had us ordering an album on Amazon via my phone between their show and the Band of Joy! The Band of Joy show was about 1.5 hours long, peppered with re-worked Zeppelin tunes. They didn't play the whole Band of Joy Album (which I was a little saddened by...just a little) Buddy Miller, Darryl Scott and Patty Griffin all gave leading performances with Robert as backing vocals! Buddy Miller guitar tone is solid and warm. It really sets the scene for Roberts vocals (that are fine as ever!) I am so glad I decided to make the journey and not let another show pass me by just because I live in the middle of NOWHERE. I still feel at a loss for words to describe the experience. We had a 4 block walk back from the venue (the Palace Theater, which by the way is stunning!) and sang Ramble On the WHOLE WAY BACK to the Marriott! I feel like such a lucky person for this gift. Being in the same room with that mix of talent. It's like a night of magic. If this is what 1 member of the band can do to a person, I can't imagine what the combination of all 4 would have done. I probably would have imploded. (BTW - I'm not this big...the sweater makes me look HUGE! haha!)
  10. I live about 4 hours from Montreal. But I'm not going to be in Vermont that week! (that was my first choice. But I can't shake an obligation...so Ohio it is). Also, I've been to the Montreal Jazz Fest before and it's BANANAS! BOJ is playing the last night and that is the WORST time to be there. So many people, no parking, (except outside the city to shuttle in). It's hard to enjoy yourself. Ohio will be laid back. I've heard the Palace is a wonderful venue. We are staying right across the walk in a very chic boutique hotel. A Good GIRLS NIGHT OUT! I will post out story when we return!~ IF we return!
  11. CODA always bothered me due to its post-Bonham-ness. Something has always felt off about the album. As if since John didn't 'hear' it (those songs in that order), it really doesn't exist. Call me crazy. I wish I could do a "Strider" way of explaining why the album feels wrong to me. It just does.
  12. I too am waiting on JP... Would go to the end of the earth to see him! My brother caught Page/Plant while I was away in Germany at school. Ohio is the closest to Vermont that I can see BOJ...so I'm doing a fly-in, see show, sleep, fly out! Ohio holds no interest for me...except for that night, in Columbus...(I'm taking my cousin... middle-aged girls adventure! Gonna scream like school girls I imagine!) I'll go back and read your recap. Have a great evening! Jojo in VT
  13. Just curious, Deborah J, have you had a chance to see the Band of Joy tour? I am flying out to see them in Ohio in two weeks. I can't WAIT! So very excited! I know you may be the worlds biggest Percy Fan. I'd just like to know how you enjoyed the show? jojo
  14. Wow...just watched it on You Tube. Truly...what NEVER should have been...
  15. Or...since that thread is 3 years old and no one has posted. We can start again. We already have our bags packed and the Zeppelin is coming, so this is 5 ON TOP of the Zeppelin. But thanks for finding the old thread! jojo
  16. White Summer/Black Mountain Side is the reason I picked up a guitar.
  17. Desert Island Discs Imagine you are going to live on a desert island for a year. You have electricity and a wicked smart sound system. YOU ALREADY HAVE THE WHOLE ZEPPELIN CATALOG PACKED AND READY TO GO... which ADDITIONAL 5 discs would you take with you? 1) Pink Floyd - Animals 2) Foo Fighters-Wasting Light 3) Earth, Wind and Fire- Volume 1 Best of... 4) Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition 5) The Clash - London Calling
  18. Really? a fear of moths? I had no idea one COULD be afraid of moths...
  19. I believe Al Gore won. I believe in the power of will... AND I believe in reason and science. I also believe MUSIC can always show us the way.
  20. I live in central Vermont. Native Vermonters generally do not ski. If we go outside in the winter its to shovel or bring in wood, not to play sports. We all do not tap tree's for sap Syrup does NOT come out of trees. Syrup is what happens when you BOIL sap Ben and Jerry are not native Vermonters. Vermonters are generally too poor to buy gourmet ice creams. We do not all live on farms and hug trees and play with cows... We are not all smelly hippies living in geodesic domes. We ARE quiet and thrifty by nature. Many of us like our music loud. Name our cars and generally have 2 per person (1 for winter, 1 for the other 2 months) We have more Atheist per capita than any other state. The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) ranks Vermont #1 in public education 2 US presidents were native Vermonters...can you name them? A real Vermont home has some Tyvek showing somewhere. Couldn't tell you if we are racist, since we have so few minorities. (less than 03 percent) Lots of famous people have their second homes here. Because we are still very quaint in many areas. We all know who there are, where they live and run into them at the general store. But we don't talk about it on forums. Rudyard Kipling wrote the Jungle book here. We LOVE our John Deere tractors (yes, stereotype confirmed) John himself was born here! (sometimes I mow, when I don't have too, just rid the tractor!)
  21. ZoSoJo

    Jimmy and Jack

    Who knows how he survived? I, for one, am just damn glad he did! and DAMN, did he not fair well....EXTREMELY well, for someone who put their body through so much abuse? From his liquid diets, chain smoking, rigorous schedules and (illegal and prescription) drug use. He got lucky and so did we! OR...maybe he really did sell his soul at the crossroads? only he and the devil know for sure...
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