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About cjcsabennett

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  1. I was given free tickets by my company for the show in Cleveland. They were awesome seats on the 1st level. To say I was bummed when it was cancelled was an understatement. I still have the unused tickets as a reminder. I'd love to see Jimmy and the Crows work together again.
  2. Just a FANTASTIC tribute. I've watched it countless times, and still get teary-eyed. Seeing Jason and the choir in bowler hats was a touching tribute to John. Loved seeing Pres. Obama singing along to WLL, Lenny and The Foo Fighters were rocking it out, and for once in my life, I can say I enjoyed Kid Rock. Seeing the guys happy and being very moved was the icing on the cake. Perfect!
  3. I enjoyed the interview, but I agree with middlezep that the Charlie Rose show would have been a better format. He really seemed to know what Zeppelin was really about: the music.
  4. In no particular order (except #1) 1. Achilles Last Stand 2. Immigrant Song 3. The Rain Song 4. When the Levee Breaks 5. Stairway 6. For Your Life 7. Kashmir 8. Dazed and Confused 9. Babe I'm Gonna Leave you 10. Ten Years Gone.
  5. Immigrant Song was played in the documentary One Day in September, the story of the 72' Munich Olympics massacre.
  6. I agree 100%. And that's precisely why Presence has always been my all-time favorite Zeppelin album. JImmy's skills as a producer just shine through. Made more amazing due to the serious time crunch he was under. And that guitar. Oh my. To start it off with Achilles (my favorite Zeppelin tune), and finish with Tea for One? And everything in between? Perfection, if you ask me.
  7. Sums it up nicely for me. I've been a die hard fan for almost 20 years now, and am just happy to see these guys in the same room, enjoying each others company, and having a good laugh. And this interview gave that to me.
  8. I thought it was a good segment. JImmy was an absolute delight. I love seeing him get really excited, as he did when talking about Buddy guy, and how Stairway was played at the Kennedy Center. Jonesy and his dry humor was spot-on. He may not say much, but when he does, it's a zinger. Robert was also pretty funny. Glad that Dave avoided the reunion question. It's been beaten to death, if you ask me. All in all, very enjoyable. They guys seemed to enjoy themselves. John Krasinskl was really treat. You can tell he's a big fan.
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