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mightyzep247

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About mightyzep247

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    Zep Head
  • Birthday 09/06/1994

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    Hudson Valley New York
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    Led Zeppelin, playing guitar, Led Zeppelin, listening to music, and Led Zeppelin

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  1. Love this album. I hear a little bit of Kashmir in some of Grohl's drumming in parts of Elephants
  2. Oh, and when you find yourself applauding while listening to/watching live Zeppelin-alone-without realizing it.
  3. ...When you put up with having a phone that constantly turns off by itself for 3 months till it finally croaks just for the sake of keeping your "Kashmir" ringtone and "Dazed And Confused" alarm.
  4. Happy Birthday Les!! I met Les about a year and a half ago at the Iridium in NYC and he played exceptionally great for 92 years old. I got to meet him after the show and it was an unforgettable night. Thanks for everything Les!!!
  5. It was 2003 and I was 8 and my dad sat me down at a listening station at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. He put on WLL and I fell in love. I bought my first Zepp album that day, the Early Days/ Latter Days box set and never turned back. As for the impact it had on me, I'm now 14and I play guitar in a band who is getting ready to record a third album and I own every Zeppelin album and listen to them every day. I guess you could say they had a pretty strong impact on me.
  6. Physical Graffiti=Greatest album of all time. At least in my opinion
  7. Just as I was thinking to myself I would do anything in my right mind to be the person who gets to own or use that thing, I see this. You don't know how much I'm envying you right now.
  8. I feel kinda dumb now. Me and my dad were driving around looking for it for a while. Next time I go to the city, I'll make sure to go see it. Thanks for proving me wrong
  9. I was looking for Physical Graffiti and I drove around St. Marks Pl. but It wasn't there. At the address (96-98 St. Marks Pl.), there was a lot that looked like there was something there but it got taken down and now there is a small building there, but it's mostly empty.
  10. I went lest night. I don't know if it's just me, but I didn't get it. It sounded like they gave Kosugi a bunch of random stuff to make noise with and he told JPJ and Sonic Youth to make a lot of noise and get some feedback. I guess Merce Cunningham's thing is having people dance wierd to noise. It was great if you're into that but for me, a huge Zeppelin fan who paid $60 to see JPJ play some music, I was kinda disappointed. After the show I waited around to see if I could possibly meet JPJ but had no luck. It wasn't the best night for me, as I also spent a half an hour driving around trying t
  11. Hey everybody, I just bought tickets to the Merce Cunningham at 90 show with JPJ and sonic Youth in April the other day and I was reading about it and I wanted to know if anyone knows if each performer plays their own set or if they are just playing the piece that the 3 performers wrote. Please help if you know anything about this. Thanks
  12. I just heard about this 15 minutes ago. I am so shocked and sad. Billy was such a good piano player and really made Skynyrd what they are. I'm so glad I at least got to see him live, in 2006. He was such an incredible musician. RIP Billy, you will be missed.
  13. Anything by: The Who Pink Floyd Rush The Black Keys Mountain Lynyrd Skynyrd Heart Aerosmith and there's more but it's late and I can't think right now
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