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the chase

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  1. That was a good, fair review Gibsonfan. I was also ok with Jimmy's performance. It's not 1973 Page, but compared to the ARMS shows from just a year or so earlier, he played much better and looked healthier. I really liked the spontaneous solo he whipped out towards the end of WLL too. John Paul Jones was his usual flawless, confident self. He is a natural ... a consummate pro.. Paul Martinez seems like a cool guy and a very good Bassist,, but wasn't really needed. His clangy Bass sound on Stairway is a little out of place. But in the spirit of a charity gig.... Why not? I also strongly suspect that MTV VJ Alan Hunter thought Martinez was from Led Zeppelin.. and didn't know who JPJ was... His post performance interview with Page Plant, Jones, Collins and Martinez is cringe worthy. Search it out on youtube.. I've also said and agree Phil Collins should have quietly slipped off the stage after Rock And Roll or loudly .... or whatever... He just should have cleared the HELL out.. Neither drummer knew the Live ending of Whole Lotta Love either... at all... That was a complete train wreck ending... Also, as mentioned .... someone (I assume Phil) started to click in the drums to STH A VERSE EARLY..! That would have been a disaster. Robert cut off Jimmy's solo too. Robert's voice was kind of hoarse, but he did ok... I saw him about 2 weeks after Live Aid (Worcestor Mass) .... and he sounded great.. It really isn't that bad overall.... Certainly not as bad as they seem to think.... And it was for charity..
  2. Several mistakes and smug horse shit..... There's plenty more, but not worth it. Hard to imagine that someone pays this hack a salary... Plant brought along an old musical friend, a primitive drummer, almost Cro-Magnon artistically and socially, John Bonham. Bonham’s role in an infamous on-tour incident at Oakland, California, in 1979. Grant died in 1995 of a heart attack, one of those rare people whose death gives the net humanity of the world a solid uptick. What is Plant singing about? The title is obviously a reference to ancient Greece, but we get a name-check for New York early on, and then something about Albion, which is a fancy-pants word for England. Docked a half-dozen notches for being interminable. Four Sticks,” Untitled, a.k.a. IV. Probably the least interesting song on Zoso. on Friends ..... here are a lot of weird things going on in the song, to no effect. A real mess. It’s kinda funny to credit the song to the four members of the band and Stewart, too, and throw in a joking reference to “Mrs. Valens” — though it’s the kind of humor that allows one of the parties to go laughing all the way to the songwriting-royalties bank. Docked ten notches for song theft. “In the Evening,” In Through the Out Door. Jimmy Page’s last great guitar moment on record. In Through the Out Door. A year after the release of In Through the Out Door, the band’s seventh studio album, a tribute to Plant’s young son, who died in a car accident.
  3. Funny that neither got the right year that The Song Remains The Same was recorded.. Eddie said 1972.. Brad said 1974... Great interview..
  4. fair enough. John Paul Jones also said he didn't want to deal with the synthesizer on stage.. which I honestly thought was a little weird..
  5. I thought it was odd. Which is likely why I remember it so clearly after all this time. It's not like he had to load it on the truck himself.. but he did say this. He had said more than once what a nightmare the Mellotron was.. so to throw another intricate instrument up there ..for one song no less, I guess was not worth it to him... Maybe the other point about The Keyboard feature song for JPJ was always No Quarter.. was the deciding factor... Kind of like if Jimmy did a bow solo on Dazed and How Many More Times in the same show... would be too much of a great thing.. not that I would have minded either.
  6. What I remember reading was that Robert really wanted to play In The Light live, but John Paul Jones didn't want to have to deal with the needed synthesizer on the road.. Shame really. Don't ask me to dig up the quote, but I remember quite clearly reading an article where Jones himself said this.. I did see Robert play ITL with Strange Sensations once. It was good, but nothing close to the original. I appreciated the attempt though. As far as Sick Again goes, it's a pretty straight ahead driving rocker. John Bonham had some incredible fills throughout.. A very good, safe warm up number...which I would assume was why it was performed early in the set. I heard the studio version last night and Bonham was on fire.
  7. Nope. I can't think of a single one. I was tempted to say Hots On For Nowhere...But no... it fits.. I admire that Page didn't shred on every possible solo.. Some of his solos were quite simple, some were rather odd ..in a good way.. whatever he felt the song needed. I agree the live solos for OTHAFA were amazing where the studio version is kind of .... just there.. but it works .. What bothered me on that track was the reverb on the drums suddenly gets turned off coming out of the solo.... I think it was fixed somewhat on the remaster.
  8. I think mainly because it is a side opener. It's a great side opener, but not nearly as great as The Song Remains The Same or Dancing Days... well maybe as good as Dancing Days. Running orders on lp's was very important..IMO more important than cd's. Also, like Zep Hed mentioned, maybe too similar to other tracks. Houses OF The Holy could have been a much heavier album with Houses and The Rover included. But it is great as is.. The opening 3 tracks are Jimmy Page at his melodic best. The Crunge was some nice light hearted relief after 3 epic opening tracks..
  9. There's a Blabbermouth article on David Coverdale posted earlier today stating that he might retire in 2021. Not that there was a snowball's chance in hell that would have happened anyway. . I don't know why...
  10. Thanks Walter. Best to you, Mrs and Jr.
  11. Josh Allen deserves part of the blame. Several key overthrown passes. He also had some great plays and passes. The 53 yard td play was awesome .. But kind of spoiled by John Brown’s idiotic dance in the end zone.. act like you’ve been there Brown. They’re a very good team though and I was a bit nervous in the 3rd qtr. I love how a 12-3 team can be so “bad” and catch so much shit. If they were going to film a team to steal signals.. any team .. why would they pick the 1 and 12 Bengals? Everyone knows it’s bullshit and some use it against them anyway.. 12-3 in the NFL is pretty impressive. Tom Brady is not done. Not by a long shot. Not a great season for him, but he has had elbow issues and a depleted offense. Looked pretty good yesterday though... didn’t they. If the past 20 years has taught you anything, it’s don’t count this team out. And don’t rub it in their face because they’ll make you pay. That’s all. Sorry i missed playing the pool this year Strider, laying low for a bit. Merry Christmas All
  12. My last name is Higgins. I heard this every day I was in jr high school. Pretty funny.
  13. I’m very sorry to hear this. Stanton Friedman was always interesting and imo, the most credible of all UFO researchers. Very down to earth and approachable too. I wrote him once and he replied the same day. Rest In Peace Stanton Friedman, the beautiful ladies Doris Day and Peggy Lipton plus comic genius Tim Conway.
  14. Great news .. An official Led Zeppelin Documentary is long overdue. I hope this will stop all the complaining about Led Zeppelin 50th Anniversary coffee mugs.
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