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Posts posted by Honeybrown1976

  1. I loved the tributes to both Buddy Guy and Led Zeppelin (of course). You saw the Master and the students! I loved to see Jimmy rocking back and forth to both tributes, Jonesy studying musically, and Robert being introspective. It was all fascinating and well-deserved.

    As for the covers, I did not like the Foo Fighters or Kid Rock. They were very "meh" to me. Lenny K. rocked it out and the guys knew it. Heart was really good. I only liked it more once the choirs and Jason chimed in. Otherwise, to me, the performance would've only been o.k.

    I also liked seeing the President singing, "Whole Lotta Love" with Ms. Obama in his own arms. How cool was that? Of course, I dvr'd the show to watch over and over again.

  2. Yes, the interview was awkward as all hell. Letterman really should've researched more; but, that's him. Whatever. I liked how they reacted (especially John) during the interview. I loved the English humor and phrasing that totally went over Letterman's head. Was it the proper venue? I don't think so. But, whatever. Letterman wanted to show that he was in good company with the honors and all.

  3. No particular order

    1. Kashmir

    2. When the Levees Break

    3. Since I've Been Loving You

    4. Whole Lotta Love

    5. Dazed and Confused

    6. Nobody's Fault But Mine

    7. In My Time of Dying

    8. Misty Mountain Hop

    9. All My Love

    10. The Lemon Song

    11. The Ocean

    12. Going to California

    13. Immigrant Song

    14. Hey Hey What Can I Do?

    15. Black Dog

    16. Tangerine

    17. What is and What Should Never Be

    18. Stairway to Heaven

    19. D'yer Maker

    20. Good Times, Bad Times

  4. In the days of my youth, I was told what it means to be a man,

    Now I've reached that age, I've tried to do all those things the best I can.

    No matter how I try, I find my way into the same old jam. "Good Times Bad Times"

    Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,

    Telling myself it's not as hard, hard, hard as it seems. - "Going to California"

  5. Just watched the vid on YouTube and I have to be honest. With the exception of Elvira the rest seem like 16 year old girls stuck in 60 year old bodies. That sweet Connie was just nasty and Cynthia Plaster Caster, holy crap, words cannot even describe the level of self-parody. No wonder Richard Cole threw her into a pool, that woman is a carp if I ever saw one!

    I must say that I agree with you. I found them to be a bit sad really. They've elevated themselves to be more than what they were used for then.

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