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  1. well, I combined the two versions - "Strawberry Jam" in the so-called "Chicago Soundcheck"[date?] and Chicago 6 july 1973, similar jam as part of the WLL listen carefully Can you imagine that this played in one day? Here it's not note-for-note and faster, this jam they played often and here nothing specific to cling to as the argument, but condition of his voice - I think, a big argument
  2. "Chicago Soundcheck" has long been circulating under different names, different number of songs in content, their order, different interpretation of the sources' names, but most controversial - the different dates, Although the very name "Chicago Soundcheck" binds it to Chicago, 6 or 7 July 73, then appeared the dates: as Minneapolis, 18 January 1975, or Atlanta, 4 or 3 May 1973 "Circa 1975", boot on vinyl 1 Custard Pie 2 Wanton Jam 3 The Rover 4 Rover Jam / Night Flight 5 Chuck Berry Medley: No Particular Place To Go 6 Chuck Berry Medley: Nadine 7 Chuck Berry M
  3. According to David Bowie, then in the middle of recording of his Berlin Trilogy with Brian Eno, its impact on the genre's direction was recognized early on: “One day in Berlin ... Eno came running in and said, 'I have heard the sound of the future.' ... he puts on 'I Feel Love', by Donna Summer ... He said, 'This is it, look no further. This single is going to change the sound of club music for the next fifteen years.' Which was more or less right... Donna Summer RIP
  4. as far as I know from some Jones interviews, he was very encouraged by the collaboration with Page and Bonzo Jr and I feel that was very disappointed that 1 year long rehearsal work was interrupted without result JPJ: 'Up until then I’d been working with Jimmy and Jason [bohnham] in rehearsal. We were starting another band that wasn’t Led Zeppelin with Robert Plant. We thought, let’s just have a band, but it failed. We had new material and it was a great rock and roll band, and we were prepared to do some Led Zeppelin songs, because that’s what people would expect. We couldn’t agree o
  5. I'm not sure that Michael knew John well enough and had prolonged companionship with him to say it. So, where from could appear his opinion about inside of the band and that 'they all hate him'? Of course, that's not from Jimmy, it is absolutely not like him, I'm very sure another of his interview Michael Winner: "I'd lived next door to Jimmy for many years. It was a very bad time for him - the drummer had died, and he was in a very inactive period. Peter Grant and I made arrangements for Jimmy to do the 'Death Wish II' score, for which he wasn't actually paid, because Grant wanted to r
  6. stumbled in Ross' Diary, April 2004... what Ross meant by "poor Robert"? what it could be? Robert in 2003-2004 was sort of normal ("Sixty Six to Timbuktu", then working on "Mighty ReArranger") any thoughts (as well interesting 'I ruin his [Lenny Kravitz'] golden view of Robert Plant'
  7. Neal Preston's photograph of the 'Stormtrooper' outfit applies to 10 April setlist: The Song Remains The Same, (The Rover intro) Sick Again, Nobody's Fault But Mine, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, Ten Years Gone, Battle of Evermore, Going to California, Black Country Woman, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Kashmir, (Out On the Tiles intro) Moby Dick, Jimmy Page solo, Achilles Last Stand, Stairway to Heaven, Rock and Roll. (sadly the show was shortened - "In My Time Of Dying" and "Trampled Underfoot" were dropped. The reason was that the fam
  8. The story is that I did screenshots from the movie and there is a pendant that looks a little different, I even thought that this is 3D figure, and no stone
  9. I'm Gonna Crawl (strange that no option for it!), STH, Fool In The Rain, No Quarter, ALS
  10. this is a big plus, that both tracks are combined back into one, as that was originally conceived by Page - a long mantra-like track (which was divided into two parts for the bootleg 1987)
  11. ^ "Night Comes Down" I think played mostly by their guitarist Mickey 'Finn' Waller, looks like Page just a bit connects as the second guitar on a solo part
  12. I also don't like DM, and think it's the only mistake in their catalog, out of style, out of taste, Reggae to Led Zeppelin - the same as a saddle for the cow, and ruined rather fragile and intimate atmosphere / spirit of HOtH About Bonzo's credits there - Page usually put credits for all four members of the group when they played standards/ or blues covers, or not complicated stuff that came out of jams
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