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About ZosofanCMR

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    Zep Head
  • Birthday 10/27/1987

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    Seattle, Washington
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    Playing the hell out of my guitar!!
  1. Spotted the little guy inside the gatefold of 'Led Zeppelin III'
  2. Well this certainly puts a damper on a lot of the collaboration talk. Gotta think he's gonna go into full tour/promotion mode for the next 6 months at least. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/soundgardens-chris-cornell-completes-recording-new-solo-album/
  3. Just visited this place the other day while in Toronto visiting family. Glad to see it's going to stick around. I also made a pilgrimage over to Maple Leaf Gardens, which is now an athletic club/grocery store.
  4. Glad I could help spread the word. I've seen TSRTS, and The O2 show in theaters, I've always wanted to have that same experience with the DVD.
  5. On March 30th, Fathom Events is hosting a special screening event of performances culled from the Led Zeppelin DVD across America. Run-time looks to be an hour and 45 minutes. http://www.fathomevents.com/event/led-zeppelin/more-info/details
  6. Here's the rest of the anecdote from Ken to clear things up a bit: "The great thing about doing the book for me was taking other people’s points of view about situations and finally finding out what the true story was. So for me being sixteen years old…maybe seventeen and completely new to recording it stood out that the artist had to teach a session musician how to play a part. Many years later I was invited to go see a movie and I saw on this list that Jackie was going to be there so I said to Bob Owsinski my co-writer, we have to go there, we have to corner her and find out if she reme
  7. Here's a bit of an excerpt: In the book you described working on a session with songstress Jackie DeShannon featuring Jimmy Page on guitar. What was that session like and what was Jimmy like in those famous session days? "He was a session musician and that was it. I found out subsequently that he was going to art school at the time so many of the sessions had to be worked around when he was available if you wanted to use him. He did so many sessions along with John Paul Jones who I did a lot of sessions with. I knew John from lots of sessions; I knew him better than I did Jimmy. Anyway,
  8. Me as well! Thank you so much for the kind words, I'm really glad you liked it.
  9. Haha, well I've submitted a request to interview Jimmy himself and got a sponsor through a major music mag, but thus far haven't heard back, so please everyone keep your fingers crossed for me. Besides that I have a couple of people I'm leaning on, should see some more cool stuff in the not too distant future
  10. Hey all, check out my interview with Guitar World Editor in Chief and author of Conversations with Jimmy Page, Brad Tolinski here: http://findingzoso.blogspot.com/2012/11/interview-brad-tolinski.html Here's an interesting excerpt for you to chew on, CR: Jimmy has been promising to deliver new material for quite some time, and has stated that we might see something next year, what is your take on this, should fans be hopeful? BT: Yes I do think that they should be hopeful. It’s funny because I’ve seen the process a couple of different times and every time he’s sort of really ge
  11. I'm not going to give too much away ahead of my publishing it, but I have a pretty awesome revelation from Brad that I'm very eager to share with you all so make sure you stay tuned
  12. I'll be interviewing Brad Tolinski tomorrow so if there is anything you want me to ask or that you want to know just give me a heads up and I'll see what I can do
  13. I got Neil Young in Seattle just 5 days from now Paul McCartney in Vancouver B.C. on the 25th and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in Portland on the 28th November is shaping up to be a damn good month for me!
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