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  1. Happy New Year, fellow Zepheads!
  2. I don't, I'm really sorry. Somebody scanned the page and uploaded it. If I can find the link, I'll post it here.
  3. As a movie buff, I've always thought it was cool that John Paul got that stage name from a French actor...
  4. OK, so he is perfection itself! Who can dare deny that? Second one kind of belongs in the "Hot Pics of John Paul Jones" thread...
  5. It always makes me wonder how four talented and beautiful people got together, liked each other enough to work together for 12 years, and then after 30+ years, still can remain friends. Just amazing.
  6. God, he's too good to be true.
  7. Tiny Tim and Terry Reid have my eternal gratitude ...
  8. Robert Plant certainly helped me to understand the phrase "to have the whole package."
  9. When I was a naive pre-teen, I always wondered why the photographers perferred low angle shots whenever they had a chance to take a picture of our Golden God...
  10. I don't want to single one out... every song on [LZ 3] is relevant to me for some reason. I have listened to this for more than 25 years and naturally it has become a part of my life... At first, I thought this album was just a novelty, too experimental, too strange but its beauty and sincerity started to dawn on me. However, I can pick my least favorite one, [Hats Off to Roy Harper]. Never really liked Roy... never had a real chance to listen to him.
  11. I've never seen this picture.
  12. The Who was / is a great band no doubt about it, but they and nobody have ever given the shock and awe listening to [Whole Lotta Love] for the first time has given me. Almost every LZ song is enough to make any band proud - from [LZ1] to [Physical Graffiti] their albums were one long stream of pure brilliance, exploding creativity, and unsurpassable genius. And honestly as a woman, LZ oozes so much sexual energy - I can rock hard to [i Can See for Miles], [My Generation], and [Won't Get Fooled Again] but listening to LZ excites me, turns me on, makes me lightheaded. Of course, LZ songs are sometimes downright dirty and explicit but I'm not talking about just sex. What I'm trying to say is their music convinces me they were capable of everything and anything and I kind of want to lose myself in their power. It is repulsive to even think that I can be such a hero-worshipping, spit-drooling, totally fangirling person, but at the same time I think why not, why I have to deny myself something that feels so great. The Who, with all their glory and talent, has never done that to me.
  13. I would like to think of our working relationship as very special. Ive never had anyone else that I can approach with any sort of unusual musical idea—no matter how strange they might be—and receive immediate reactions. Robert and I have always had this understanding that is almost impossible to describe. - Jimmy Page(from an interview with [Hit Parader]) Isn't that sweet?
  14. yialison

    Robert's Hair

    I do believe that if our boys had been one percent less musically accomplished, they could have been dismissed as "a bunch of good-looking posers."
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