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  1. This is a posting on Facebook from Sean Atkinson of The Richard Cole Appreciation Society regarding the Q & A session with Joe Jammer. It appears that they are needing more questions from us and participation for the event. "Can those wishing to ask Joe Jammer a question in our next Question and Answer session please do so on the link at the top of this page. I might have to cancel any futher events like this if people don't show any interest. It is such a shame as I believe having the chance to ask first hand a question you may have wanted the answer to for many years of people like, Warren Grant, Danny Goldberg, Joe Jammer and of course Richard himself is invaluble. We have over 1,200 members know and it is always the same names that seem to keep me going, many thanks you know who you are. THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE IF NOBODY SENDS IN ANYMORE QUESTIONS THEN I WILL HAVE NO OPTION TO PAY RICHARD TO ASK YOU IN HIS OWN WAY..LOL.XX"
  2. What is it that you are hoping for, in all honesty?
  3. Here's the link from the Richard Cole Appreciation Society for posting your questions to Joe Jammer:- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Joe-Jammer-a-Q-A/440736942739746?skip_nax_wizard=true
  4. Contact the DSS. They used to do interest free Budgeting Loans up to about £1,500. I am not sure if the loans are still available through the DSS, or if you have to apply through your local council, but the number for the DSS section in Wolverhampton that handled the loans is 0345 6088545. THe DSS also gave Crisis Loans. Both types of loan were available for a number of reasons, and anything pertaining to you staying in your home would be particularly pertinent. You do not have to be in receipt of benefits to qualify for these. BTW, if you are obliged to sell your memorabilia, it most certainly does NOT make you any less of a fan. Best of luck, and call the number above.
  5. Joe, Thanks for your message. Everyone on the site wishes you a great experience here in the UK. Best wishes to you and your family.
  6. TBL 37 is coming soon. Please take the time out to read all of Dave Lewis' message, where you will find that you can get the upcoming issue at a special lower price. TBL 37: TBL 37 is nearing completion for publication early next month. As you will read below, this really is an exceptional issue Having worked away at it these past few months (with invaluable assistance from Mike Tremaglio) – the objective is to get this issue seen by the widest audience possible. To that end, I am driving a promotion to draw in lapsed and potential new readers by offering the forthcoming issue at a bargain price –the price is just £3 plus postage – a substantial saving of almost 50% on the normal cover price. So – if you are reading this (as many of you are) and have never indulged in the TBL magazine, I would urge you to do so –this really is a great issue to come aboard. Revenue of the magazine is the lifeblood to driving the whole TBL brand, including the running and maintaining of this website. In effect the magazine remains the cornerstone of the TBL offer. I believe passionately, that within all the masses of Led Zep related info available on many a website, facebook and twitter page, the TBL magazine stands alone as offering something truly unique, tangible and collectable within all the platforms of modern day social media communication. Not least because you can tangibly feel the product and soak up the content at your leisure to be stored and read again and again – content that (with key input from the various contributors), I strive manfully to make as interesting and captivating as possible. To maintain that status, I need to be selling more copies and increasing the subscription base to reach a much wider audience. It’s a source of some frustration for this editor that given the man hours and effort that goes into producing the magazine, it has a relatively minimal audience in the scheme of things and many of you who clock this website have yet to indulge. With your help, I aim to substantially change that this year. Driving up the subscriptions and sales of the TBL magazine is one of the key initiatives of the TBL brand ahead. There is of course a dedicated loyal base of TBL readers and subscribers – many of whom have supported the magazine over many years and we have grown sales in the past year which is very pleasing given the current economic climate. But there are more of you out there I want to capture. So have a wade through the info below – then go to pay pal and order this forthcoming issue. Treat it as a tariff if you like for all the free information I provide week in week out, to enhance your appreciation of the wonderful world of Led Zeppelin and beyond. You won’t regret it and I think you will be back for more…enabling the TBL magazine to carry on its 35 year (and counting) mission to take every reader back to all this inspirational music (and boy given the scope of the reissues due – it is going to be very inspirational ahead) with a fresh perspective every time… Dave Lewis April 11th 2014 TBL37-cover TIGHT BUT LOOSE ISSUE 37: IF YOU LOVE LED ZEPPELIN – YOU WILL LOVE THIS MAGAZINE! AND THE NEW ISSUE IS AVAILABLE AT A SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICE! For a limited period only, the forthcoming new issue of the Tight But Loose magazine issue 37 will be available at a special bargain price of just £3.00 plus postage –that’s nearly half the cost of the standard cover price!. With the expectancy of the Led Zeppelin reissues reaching fever pitch across the globe, there has never been a better time to come aboard the world of Tight But Loose. The forthcoming issue is the perfect companion to get you right in the zone as the first three reissues are released… And this issue is an exceptional one…including the following: Led Zeppelin Summer 2014 – The First Three Reissues: Your guide to the first three Led Zeppelin reissues with key insight and background info to what is in store… Led Zeppelin Early 1969: Mike Tremaglio tracks gig by gig, the tumultuous first Led Zeppelin tour of the US with extensive and accurate detail guaranteed to take you back to the psychedelic ballrooms and venues where the legend first came alive… Led Zeppelin Early 1975: Andy Crofts continues his tape analysis of the early months of 1975 –stopping off in February where Led Zeppelin were in the throes of a significant physical recovery… Jimmy Page at 70: On the occasion of his 70th birthday – the TBL Poll Results –the all-time favorite Jimmy Page performances as voted by you – plus James Patrick Page Session Man box set reviewed. Joe Jammer: The TBL Interview: ‘’Watching Led Zeppelin was like seeing a freight train on steroids’’ A roadies tale and more – exclusive interview with the Zep ’69 guitar tech and roadie and performer in his own right… Robert Plant: A new slant: Latest Sensational Space Shifters news and more John Paul Jones: Cloud to ground: Minibus Pimps album and latest JPJ news activity Glenn Hughes on California Breeding: ‘’Jason Bonham can now really put his hat next to his father’s – this is the greatest drumming he’s ever done on record by far.’’ Glenn Hughes on the formation of his new group with Jason Bonham Plus: Deborah Bonham Latest on her tour and Spirit album and more Nick Anderson Collector Column News of Led Zep 1 and Houses of The Holy acetates, The Object, eBay latest and more Collector Focus –a museum of Led Zep magazines: Roger Berlin’s museum of Led Zeppelin magazine museum ………………………….. This really is an unmissable issue -therefore we would love to welcome you on board -and at a special bargain price! The Tight But Loose magazine offers physical Led Zeppelin collectable content and presents unique essential Led Zeppelin reading… all pleasingly presented in an all colour format that can be stored, and re- read time and time again It rekindles that old fashioned thrill of actually waiting for something…and knowing when that package lands on your doorstep – the waiting will be worthwhile. Here is just a sample of many satisfied TBL reader feedback comments: ‘I’m an avid reader of Mojo,Q, Uncut, Record Collector and Rolling Stone but my subscription to the Led Zeppelin Tight But Loose is far and away the best value for money.’’ Michael Rae, Victoria Australia ‘’TBL is a great balance of serious in depth analysis and handy sized chunks to keep you fully up to date of what’s going on in the Zep world. If you are a Zep fan there really is no excuse not to get subscribed!’’ Richard Grubb, Cardiff, Wales. ..The TBL magazine consistently provides interesting and highly entertaining commentary and photographs in every issue. If you’re a Zep fan and haven’t subscribed yet, don’t wait another day.’’ Bill McCue, USA ‘’Without Dave Lewis. so much Zep folklore would be scattered – his infectious enthusiasm makes us all become the young Zeppelin fans we used to be once again!’’ Kevin Hewick, Leicester UK …………………. Once you have enjoyed the TBL magazine I am sure you will be back for more – and the full details of the TBL 2014/15 Subscription offer will be included in your package. Pre order now – TBL 37 will be shipping out in early May – the perfect companion to get you right in the zone as the first three reissues are unveiled… ORDER AT THIS LINK: http://www.tightbutloose.co.uk/?page_id=24093 This is the summer of Led Zeppelin – and the Tight But Loose magazine is the must read magazine to aid your enjoyment of a memorable period…don’t miss out! …………………… IMPORTANT: If you are a current TBL 2013 subscriber –this issue completes the 2013 subscription for which you will have received issues 34 and 35 and the forthcoming TBL 37. Therefore to re iterate, you will automatically receive issue 37 next month. It will then be time to re subscribe….talking of which… TBL 2014/15 SUBSCRIPTION: The TBL 2014/15 Subscription is now live – so you can re subscribe any time – the sooner the better! This will ensure you never miss an issue and will be covered for the issues TBL 38, 39 and 40. One again there will be a special 10×8 unique Led Zeppelin print suitable for framing for all subscribers. I will be enclosing a prompt flyer in every copy of TBL 37 posted out to remind you it’s time to re subscribe. ..but you don’t have to wait for that –you can re-subscribe now at the link below: http://www.tightbutloose.co.uk/?page_id=24105 Many thanks for all your support in advance. …………………………….
  7. Agree with you entirely on this. However, Cookie has been reporting today over at LedZepNews "We’ve heard that Jimmy Page has commissioned a seamstress and tailor to work on an “exciting project". I can't begin to think what the "exciting project" could be, but if it requires new outfits, well.....
  8. It is in fact a criminal offence in the UK for an adult to ride a bicycle on the pavement. There are quite a few deaths recorded each year due to this selfish behaviour. I don't know what to suggest to help you, such that you wouldn't get yourself into trouble. Perhaps if you recognised the individual involved, you could take a photo on your mobile, and report them to the police.
  9. Great photograph. A true American showbusiness legend from the days when the word 'star' meant something.
  10. That should include Services personnel from more than the US. In recent years, the UK has supported the US in overseas operations, and we have also lost military. And that includes Blue on Blue fire regrettably.
  11. On Alan Freeman's Saturday afternoon BBC1 radio programme in the 70's, you were guaranteed that he would play Zeppelin - he was obviously a huge fan. The rest of his show was great too!!!
  12. Please come on to the face of this forum to explain why she left. There are those on here who say that knebby was herself banned from this site a number of years ago - for good reason.
  13. Purely conjecture, but could it be that once QPrime has its cut of the remastered albums, there will no longer be any need to 'manage' Jimmy Page. After all, he is unlikely to be touring, or recording any new material. It probably servied QPrime well to have an artist of Jimmy's stature on their books.
  14. This kind of reminds me of a television show we had in Britain called 'Who wants to be a millionaire?' where any contestant who was stumped on a question could call a friend to see if they knew the answer, and thereby get onto the next phase of the competition. The press followed up the story with friends who had provided the correct answer, enabling the contestant to get on to the big money question. It was found that the winner often didn't give the friend any money at all out of their sizeable winnings.
  15. Regarding your neighbour and the key, go to his/her door with the receipt and say to them that as they were the ones who asked for the key, they are liable for a half share, and you require that they pay £5.50. Don't bother about whether they don't speak to you again, if they are so bloody rude as to do what they have done - who needs their friendship? I wouldn't let it drop. Go for it!!!
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