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  1. Just in total shock by the passing of a great man.
  2. 2 DVD Set: 1969.06.28 (Bath Blues Festival) & 1969.07.21 (NYC Central Park) 1 45": 1969.04.01 (Klooks Kleek, Hampstead) I am very sure of it.
  3. Funny what the author of the article Strider posted observed last year ...
  4. Hi Samo, Good to see you having reunited with yourself after a well deserved sabbatical. Any chance of a new album? Perhaps a tour? Will there be animals on that tour like white mares? Thanks in advance.
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    Oh CANADA!

    "Chup kar ke roti cala" ... hahaha. Funny little film. I liked it. Juliet, I doubt the Canadian protestors themselves comprehend what they are protesting. Our banking system has always beenmuch more regulated than the what was is/was in the US. Lending practices would make the sub-prime type debacles much less likely to happen here. If a point was made it is improving tax systems in both countries. Recently having to deal with the IRS and all 50 of the American states has proved what a bureacratic mess it is. But I digress .. In Toronto there is only a handful of protes
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    Robert De Niro

    DeNiro is awesome. Some classic clips ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqakCa-MysE
  7. Sorry man, Shania is ours. For some reason this song to comes to mind.
  8. OMG. This Led Zeppelin guy is still around!?

  9. I came across some Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young from the early eighties doing a very rare Christmas number (Jerry Todd Show, SCTV Network). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGedI5C3yW0&NR=1 Enjoy!
  10. As someone's mentioned above, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience rolled through the Sony Centre on Oct.29th, 2010. Led Zeppelin played the same venue back on November 2, 1969 when the place was known as the O'Keefe Centre. Unfortunately, Samantha sounds like you missed out on the closest thing we'll get to ever get to replication of Led Zeppelin. Don't miss Plant though; a second January show was added recently. For Toronto History buff amusement: That the R100 Flying by the Bank of Commerce building in 1930 just above Yonge/Wellington Sts. That and the buildings like the
  11. The Man Who Sold The World - Nirvana (MTV Unplugged, cover of David Bowie original) Don't Answer Me - Alan Parsons Project (Ammonia Avenue) Ye Duniya, Yeh Mehfil - Meray Kaam Ki Nahin (This World, This Merriment - Is Of No Use To Me) - Mohammed Rafi (Heer Ranjha soundtrack, hindi) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8tDe2ttNkA "May he reach the Lord, He whom is search of God. If I can get but a glance, A glance of my (long lost) love ..."
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