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journeytoroom101

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  1. You miss the mark yet again, princess. The irony lines in the reference a to prominent, very conservative politician who is dead with the same name. Nonetheless, your literalist response to my original post by far trumps my attempt at low humor and Morisesettian irony. Bravo, princess. Bravo.
  2. Don't be so literal, princess. I was being ironic with a hint of silly. As to the notion presented, because it is just as rational a though of JP producing any sort of new material
  3. He died in 2003. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Patrick_Moynihan
  4. Looking a bit Charles Nelson Reilly with those shades these days. However, that is a much better than morphing into Charles Shaar Murray...(I thank yew).
  5. The packaging and artwork is admirable - a 'hermetic' version of LZIII. LR material is wonderful - find a long stoplight near you and crank that up to 11 in the middle of rush hour traffic . Speaking of '11' - the whole Thelemic gematria nonsense is a bit crabbed. 418, 156, 666...please Dr. Jimmy. Maybe...MAYBE in 1970 but 2015 - not so much. And, just in case anyone might be wondering: צ Is still not the star!
  6. I suppose if you shut off your brain in same manner as the individual who 'crafted' the web page you linked, the answer would be 'pray'.
  7. "I met Andy Warhol at a really chic party..." (I need one of you cheeky buggers to finish the lyrics and, ironically, Jimmy could actual utter this phrase and be making a factual statement )
  8. "I met Andy Warhol at a really chic party..." (I need one of you cheeky buggers to finish the lyrics and, ironically, Jimmy could actual utter this phrase and be making a factual statement )
  9. Digging up dusty, old 2" tapes and having someone else do the new mix and audio transfer is magic...'kay. But it's not MAGICK
  10. Strangely enough, that is correct! Our John deserved MUCH greater songwriting credit...
  11. Fantastic post - thanks! I would just add that this specific question has been a corollary to the question of whether Mr. Page suffers from some type nerve/tendon damage to his hands - all speculative mind you, I can't buy into one of the prevailing theories that it was just a case of him being junked out of his mind from 1975-1984(ish). There are loads of great guitar players who found comfort from the white nurse that remained or post recovery regained their playing chops. Perhaps in his case it was a cumulative effect of not being a particularly disciplined player (not a bad thing IMO), the drugs/drink and some sort of physical injury - a bit like having a guy who rarely runs, has a bad knee and is a chain smoker is then asked why he can't a run a mile in less than 7 minutes
  12. Agreed - 'Jugula' has some genuinely fine moments featuring Mr. Page. His solo in 'Advertisement' is my favorite from his output in the 1980's.
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