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Everything posted by kirchzep27

  1. Amazing photo of a young John Bonham ! I wonder how far along he was in his 10,000hours to become a truly great drummer, as opposed to how much natural talent and dexterity he had naturally. As we have heard Jimmy describe, how his talent was more in his subtle wrist technique more than the popularized thoughts of him being raucous and arm bashing drummer. The photo seems to show that he had a flair or natural talent going there at a young age.
  2. Have seen this before, its well done. But what i really like about it, is that it reminds me of all the great renditions of cover songs, that i have seen by bar bands over the years. Enough cannot be said about local musicians in bands, giving their hearts out there for music they love. I have memories of great bar bands along with the great bands and rock gods that i have had the privelage to hear.
  3. When i compare, achilles last stand and carouselambra. I cannot say which one is better They are 2 totally different albums, yet so interesting to compare
  4. Thank you Bonham, for the spark, thud, boom, splash, bang, boogie, rumble, gong, rock, blues and flow of zeps beautiful music in the 70s. Thank you sooo much!!!
  5. I think Chris Slade with the firm had an interesting eclectic style like Ginger.
  6. My brother just played, "summer nights" the other day Some great vocals by sammy hagar and some mega eddie van halen, such a great song to listen to
  7. "Hammer of the cods" Great username, Cheers
  8. Was working in an area of long island this week, where i was picking up all local college radio. So i heard a show, where they were playing deep cuts from all old bands, where suddenly they played robert plants version of, one more cup of coffee. It sounded so great, so fresh, with moody forlorn keyboards and spanish guitar.
  9. Its like a zeppelin myth, how good the outrider88 tour was
  10. The songs remained the same Huge mistake in retrospect, in regards to albums of creativity
  11. Again relying upon the epic songs, and being totally out of synch If they approached this with 5 short songs, it would have disjointedly flowed like the rock and roll hall of fame
  12. Great review My favorite part of live aid is jimmy page singing backup vocals on whole lotta love and then head banging
  13. Interesting in retrospect for led zeppelin Although the 1988 robert plant shows were noticeably louder than jimmy pages 1988 shows
  14. To promote his own site, all he would have to do, is post clips of his zooma tour, a one man bulldozer...
  15. Bonzos Montreux on the companion disc, my new go to, bonzos montreux
  16. Gallows Pole, i guess this was the song where page and plant were missing bonzo and jpj the most, with their own led zeppelin in the 90s
  17. How many more times, black dog, the song remains the same, carouselambra
  18. If it was, sick again, custard pie, or the rover....that would have been awesome
  19. But do we need the rolling fucking stones....reminding us that its a ghost town and this is a totally messed up situation? I would think a young hot band, wouldnt even want to write a song about it. But after, look what the cat dragged in, the rs are writing about any fucking thing. Also, god bless them
  20. Thanks man, i got the idea after buying a reproduction presence object off ebay, scaled down, looks cool on stereo
  21. I totally agree with op, if "anything" it should have been a revolving song spot, just for physical grafitti songs!!!!!!!!!!
  22. Actually in isolation, i thought of an idea of a theramin cast in aluminum nickel or steel, whichever metal would work the best, in the shape of the presence object....painted matte black of course. But i could see such an item on ebay, being a must have for zep geeks man caves, all over the world. We could make 2 models, one that gets hooked up to a stereo system and one that can be set up to guitar amps.
  23. On youtube, checkout JJ Cale and Leon Russell, at Paradise Studio, LA 1979
  24. The plant and page, gamblers blues medley was a very interesting blues dirge from that time1988, jimmy implementing his prison blues on that jam. My brother had the bootleg on vinyl at one time, and now i notice on youtube its only got 400 plus views, such a shame.
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