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  1. Of course Wikipedia could be wrong but I’ll bet you’ll be hard pushed to find any information anywhere to back up your theory. All information available indicates that it was a harmonica played by Robert which incidentally is what it sounds like to most people.
  2. This really is stretching it it a bit.
  3. Plus if you look carefully you can see that his tooth isn’t actually missing
  4. Do you mean download the song? You could pay and download it from one of the many music outlets available?
  5. NoNoNo!!! It needs a dragon painted on it or it won’t sound right!
  6. Surely if you’re starting with “Good Times Bad Times” you’ll need a Telecaster first!
  7. I’d imagine it’s not something that fits with Jimmy’s vision of how the band should be presented. Also allowing Classic Albums to make a documentary would mean relinquishing some element of control over the final product. The Beatles and Stones haven’t been featured either.
  8. I don’t agree with this. I’ve found plenty of music with just as much merit and originality in all the succeeding decades.
  9. Scientifically proven? Really? It’s purely subjective. Of course we (should) all know that. Stuff like this is like saying Beetroot is the best flavor and if you disagree there’s something wrong with you.
  10. I don’t think he used the term orchestrate to infer that it would require an orchestra, more that the piece needed arranging ( multiple guitar parts etc)
  11. Have the lawyers checked the tempo differences between Stairway and Taurus?
  12. I certainly isn’t the definitive biography. Just another led Led Zeppelin bio with a few extra Page pages.
  13. Wasn’t this one of the tracks recorded in America?
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