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Joerg

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  1. A little bit of a Coverdale / Page 25th anniversary celebration on Twitter this week... https://twitter.com/WSFPClub
  2. Because we are LZ fans? ;-) Sorry, I couldn't resist after reading the topic title ;-)
  3. https://www.facebook.com/288459627863539/photos/a.293065437402958.66014.288459627863539/714549848587846/?type=1&relevant_count=1
  4. Glenn is associated with a lot of bands. Some you wouldn't expect: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dGj9h8ggCc
  5. With or without more sake and beer.. What's the reason for the totally different acceptance of Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin in the States and Germany? Not enough blues but too much Bach and Beethoven?
  6. Danke, dass du in dieser ruhigeren Ecke des Forums weitermachst :-)
  7. After another beer I would guess that in Germany more people can name two Purple songs than two Zeppelin songs, because Child in Time and Smoke On The Water together are more popular than Stairway and Whole Lotta Love ;-) And do you remember the Amusement Park scene in Spinal Tap? Regarding the chart success of the solo projects today in Germany Blackmore's Night are the puppet show and Robert Plant is Spinal Tap ;-)
  8. Here in Germany Deep Purple had 7 No. 1 albums and Led Zeppelin 2. So they are indeed in different leagues. Deep Purple in one with the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin in one with Black Sabbath and Supertramp ;-)
  9. I don't know if you have this small piece yet: Brave 09.12.1982
  10. I just have this magazine in my hands. It's Musik Szene January 1983...
  11. The two tousandth magazine... or The 2000th magazine
  12. Here's another French article from January 1985: http://born666.blogspot.de/2010/08/honeydrippers.html
  13. A small addition to your "In Through The Out Door" collection from Sounds November 18th 1978...
  14. They delivered better than expected. More progressive and better produced than the last albums. You can hear that Don Airey finally arrived in the band and that the album is dedicated to Jon Lord. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MXxh0TByh4
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