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  1. Thanks so much Strider! Love being here on the forum, especially reading all of your concert recollections!
  2. Happy Birthday Jonesy! It's yours and my sister's birthday today, as well as JRR Tolkien
  3. Was just watching the MST3K episode "Pod People", and one of the robots during the film riffed in a British accent, "John Bonham, Moby Dick!"...Threw me for a loop, I love that the MST3K guys listen to Led Zeppelin as well, particularly the live stuff!
  4. Agreed! I'm excited to hear the rest of your show accounts, Strider, they're wonderful!
  5. Hamburg, Germany 1973...Kick-ass version, love it
  6. Thank you so much for sharing your art with us, Virginia. It's really great, and everyone here really appreciates your work
  7. I love both, but I'd have to say "The Godfather"...mainly because I met Johnny Martino, the guy who played Paulie
  8. Wish I could, but I have to work all day that day Thanks anyway, Walter, have a great time!
  9. Almost bought tickets for that one...kicking myself for not...Have a great time, Walter!
  10. Zoso on May 18th...so excited, haven't seen them in two years!
  11. Paris, October 10th, 1969....Great show, especially the Good Times Bad Times intro. A nice early performance of Heartbreaker, too, and a truly magnificent How Many More Times. Surprised I never heard this show before today, it's wonderful.
  12. On Publix's brand of crackers, each kind has a different tagline that includes a play on words. One reads, "Snackway to Heaven". Sorry, the image is really shoddy, but it's the only one I could find.
  13. Great story My dad met him back in the 80s at a hotel, said he was a really nice guy.
  14. Whole Lotta Love 3-20-75 (Snowblind) Damn, its explosive, one of the best versions I've ever heard of the song. I just wish they'd done the solo and finished the song, rather than going right into Heartbreaker.
  15. I'd say Zoso is the best, though it's the only one I've seen live. Amazing performance, and I had the privilege to shake hands with all of them after the show. Very kind and talented people, highly recommended if they ever come to your area.
  16. I would suggest checking out the "Hello Mary Lou" segment during HTWWW "Whole Lotta Love", it's at about the ten minute mark...Also, in TSRTS's "Whole Lotta Love", I'd suggest "Boogie Mama", it's about 30 secs after Jimmy's solo.
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