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Everything posted by ColoradoZephead

  1. oh, yeah, my mom could not understand why I wanted a record that costs $34 and what the big deal was. This was about 1984
  2. My favorite memories were discovering LZ bootleg albums and buying them. I felt like I had something really special. One Christmas, things were tight on money and all I asked for was Melancholy Danish Pageboys Get It On (7-23-79). I saw it in the small, independent shop and wanted it so bad. I still have it, of course. It was a bonanza of 3 lps and a great recording.
  3. I am surprised nobody has talked about the new HBO series by Jagger and Scorsese. Zeppelin is a large part of the story with actors portraying Plant and Grant, albeit not very well. The entire backstage scene with Grant from Song Remains The Same is played out.
  4. Difficult question. Obviously, without the first nothing else would have happened. Every album afterwards (up to Physical Graffiti) solidified that this was more than a band. PG really continued the songwriting and instrumental prowess of the band. Each album was important but PG nailed it in the coffin that this band was one of the best ever
  5. Sorry, but that is completely amateur psychology. You have no idea who these people are other than a random snippet in the media. I really doubt they are having problems with each other. They dont exactly hang out any more and who wants to be an old man trying to re-live glory days?
  6. I love all the amateur psychology regarding Plant. It is done friends. The only one that has been teasing about a reunion is the media.
  7. I saw him a few weeks ago in Denver, Co and it was the best I have ever seen him. The band is awesome and I like a lot of the new songs. Spoonful was great live, I remember the breakdown groove they had going on
  8. The Guitar World site is horrendous on my ipad. Is this video available yet?
  9. Now this would be cool but doubtful. IF this was to happen, I would hope they get an awesome rhythm section, unlike Coverdale/Page.
  10. A closed letter to Robert Plant: Thanks man! It was cool! Im glad you still continue to explore and move forward, just like Zep did. One can never go back. Rock on!
  11. Coda may turn out to have the most interesting companion disk. Im really hoping for some rare gems. I have found the companion disks so far to be a bit of a letdown and I really dont want to hear new mixes of the songs from Coda
  12. Zeppelin was over in 1980. Its done and time to move on. A tour would be an over hyped event and the shows would be too big to enjoy
  13. I am very impressed with this album. I will go on a limb and say it his best solo effort. I wish Jimmy would continue to explore like this
  14. Unkown musicians....hmmm.....no band, no chemistry.....doesnt sound good
  15. Excellent! Thank you for posting this. Stairway is without a doubt the best magic caught on tape- this is why it is so hated and loved.
  16. Worth the money if you can make it. I just got back from his shwo in Denver, Excellent!
  17. Just got back from the Plant show in Denver. Excellent show! The best I have seen him in years. He played 4 or 5 songs from the new cd and they went over rather well. It is great to see an artist exploring new ground and not living in the past. He also mentioned the math he did to figure out how many days it had been since he first sang for Denver (first American Zep gig) and it was 16k or so days. It was humorous the way he told it. Once again, spectacular show and definitely worth going to if he is in your area
  18. Definately one of his best albums. Great moods and vibes to it. I just got tix to see him in Denver this Saturday
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