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  1. Objective evidence supporting Mr. Plant's position to let Leviathan sleep in the murky deep can be verified from 0:07-0:13 per below. You can't go home anymore Toto...(unless you have a Tardis) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4Gay9SoZkE&index=2&list=PLF4F4EA71444EDD3B Submitted with universal respect and antimisogynistic intent in my mind....
  2. A pity there isn't a thumbs up or +1 function on this site so....
  3. No not at all. I don't think you actually comprehended my criticism. The user was offering an uneducated and unsubstantiated legal opinion of the known facts that form basis of the complaint. Strange thing to mention the Constitution in one sentence and the very next call for the infringement of its very first amendment. Who says we Americans have no sense of irony?
  4. I really hope you are going for some sort of comic relief with your statement. It is the professional equivalency of saying that because you took a Physics course in college that you are sufficiently competent to refute Lawrence Krauss' criticisms of string theory.
  5. I too get the impression you are being a bit opaque in terms of what your true position is in this matter - ;P Assuming I am interpreting your statement accurately, it is objectively true and benefits from being incredibly funny.
  6. Forgive me for being terse but isn't this is roughly the equivalent of asking the question, "Wouldn't it be cool if they found objective evidence that the Loch Ness Monster existed?" The answer being, 'Sure' but the likelihood also being nil.
  7. Both of the Bobs...or rather Bob and Rob (I think RP dislikes being called 'Bob')...are salt of the Earth type fellows so a story like this stands to reason!
  8. Anyone else agree that if they had deleted perhaps 'When I was a Child', 'Upon a Golden Horse' and 'Burning Up' substitute them with 'The Window' and 'Whiskey from the Glass' and 'Rude World' that you now have a very progressive, reaching and INTERESTING new album (granted Mr. Lee have been doing lot of drum pad triggering live in this case BUT......)?
  9. ITTOD is often cited by the self-proclaimed, ever faithful as a lesser album in comparison to the previous studio albums. The weight of the argument is relative to what is cited as the basis for their position. Presence and ITTOD, objectively and most obviously embodied their stated band ethos about an album being a snapshot of where they were collectively at a given point in time; these just happen to be pretty difficult points for each of them for all the well known reasons. I believe that with the exception of Mr. Page, the rest of the lads could summon their contribution to what made the
  10. That is absolutely hilarious...see what happens kids when we delve too deeply into these inner-mysteries? (You find out how the sausage gets made! Accck! ) But yet we MUST press on to a post zep mystery....why in the world did Mssrs. Harper and Page call out Joan Bakewell as being a 'tart' within the album notes on the UK release of Jugala? Known facts to me: 1. She was a UK TV Presenter 2. She had a fling with Harold Pinter (UK playwright) But what's the connection to RH/JP? How's that for mondo obscura?
  11. Steve- Wasn't this right around the time that a young man (full name escapes me...last name Hale?) who passed away at Plumpton Place?
  12. I have to disagree. The gentleman who posted the blog offers regurgitated clichés to describe the band's playing; it is the antithesis of Mr. Rey's book(s). He also needs to find a thesaurus. Somewhat ironically, he uses the word 'blaze' to describe nearly every guitar solo Page played at the O2.
  13. Brothers, Sisters (comrades), As an extremely new user to the site, what better topic than one which seems to have peaked about two years ago to delve into; that'll get some attention . Five plus years hence from the original performance date can give one a bit more perspective and reflection on the topic question. To that end, I'd say Mr. Page played very well considering all of the various factor he had working AGAINST him. The most significant being: 1. A busted finger. 2. No other full-on live performance prior to the event. 3. Being well qualified for AARP benefits.
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