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Klape

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  • Birthday 02/10/1997

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  1. Hi ! Today I had a great surprise, like every years, Spotify show me a list of my most listened songs of the year, the artist of the year for me was Jimi Hendrix with 83 hours listening to him, followed by Led Zeppelin. My favourite song of the year was Have you ever been to Electric Ladyland which make sense since I've been listening to it countless time while playing guitar and learning it. the years before Since I've been loving you was my number 1. Since 2017, Hendrix went to number 1 as my favourite artist. Here's the list of the songs i've been listening to the most this year. Very interesting to look at for me ! It can be very cool if everyone can share his playlist (if you use Spotify). My top 100, from top (Have you ever been to .. Hendrix ) to Guess Who (BB king) for the first 42 songs
  2. Well hopefully there's some news coming up soon ! Because if they are just going to block those bootleg and do nothing, that would suck ! My upload of Train Kept a Rollin' and Sitting & thinking from Fillmore are still available on my Youtube channel.
  3. That's nice, there's no way this is going to sell beetween £10,000 and £20,000, at least £100,000 I'd say
  4. Thanks for the picture, I was hoping for a picture of Jimmy and Joe together. The credit on the back of the album answer my 1st, 2nd and third question. What I meant by "legal session" is that to avoid any problem he played under a false name on the album of Roy Harper "Stormcock" , which is not the case here obviously
  5. Hi, It's well known here that Jimmy Page played on With a little help from my friend, but was he the guitarist on the whole album ? or there was another guitarist (playing rhythm) in the studio ? Was it a "legal" session ? by that I mean that it was recorded in 1968, and maybe Jimmy Page went in the studio under a false name just like he did with Roy Harper. And finally is there any picture of Jimmy with Joe Cocker in the studio ? Thanks guys ! Ps : I should have post this in the Pre Zep forum, sorry !
  6. Man I fell on my ass when watching the trailer, I've been looking at the 240p low quality version of the RAH for years, and seeing that trailer blew my mind ! can't wait for a release !
  7. Just ordered mine, quite a big hole in the bank account but as you said, you can be sure it's an authentic signature, and it's going to be a great book to read and look at I'm sure! Can't wait for it!
  8. Oh man Rest in Peace Marty Balin, it actually truly make me sad, he was one of my favourite singer, "Today" has been my wake alarm for a few year now, and it's one of the song I love the most ... it hurts to hear this news .. it's just like hearing about Robert Plant, Jimmy Page or JPJ death Goodbye Martin.
  9. Oh okay thanks IpMan, I've always thought that they learned about his death back at the hotel after the gig.
  10. But they did know that Karac passed away after the Oakland gig the 24th right ? I mean you would expect a funeral 4 or 5 days after this date and not go on vacation ?
  11. Great picture ! I wonder if it's the usual jump that they use to do during Rock and roll
  12. Hi, It's been a long time since (I rock and roll) ok just kidding 😙, I've been wondering what's are the little triad chords Jimmy is playing during the solo in 1977 (and so on afterward ..) It start right at that moment and end at 10:00, of course he's not facing the camera, too easy otherwise ! the sound quality doesn't help me to find the right triads. Thank you very much for your help
  13. I get "Think about it" as well, and that's all right with me since it's my favorite Yardbirds songs with Train kept a rolllin'
  14. Sounds so clean ! I can't wait the full release !!
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