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Steal Away Now Baby Rose

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  1. "Hollywood Swinging" by Kool & The Gang. Frankly, that song can be sung anywhere. Me and my coworkers sing it at work, in a restaurant!
  2. I have a sticker with this slogan on my locker at work.
  3. I know Plant and the others would hide Bonzo's drumsticks before shows sometimes. But Plant and Bonham were best mates, and had known each other long before Led Zeppelin. I'm sure they "bantered" with each other all the time, so what do you mean? Are you wondering about fighting incidents?
  4. AC/DC are my favorite. But Led Zep are right behind them. And at various points in my life, they've even been tied with, or ahead of, AC/DC.
  5. Hell yeah it was. Although I thought the drummer was a little simple and heavy. He was good, but not great. But hey, he had tough shoes to fill! I mean, Christ, Jeff Porcaro? Bernard Purdie? Steve Gadd? Rick Marotta? Jim Hodder? It's unreal how many amazing drummers Steely Dan played with.
  6. 5. Foster The People (*a collective WTF from the forum*) 4. The Jimi Hendrix Experience 3. Van Halen 2. Led Zeppelin 1. AC/DC
  7. The Stones' "Fingerprint File", from Love You Live. I think it's far superior to the studio version. Thoughts?
  8. "Gallows Pole" will always hold a special place in my heart. Jimmy's intro is just amazing. Try using that song as an alarm to wake you up. A very cool experience.
  9. Haha that's just Bonzo playing a wierd time signature like a badass!
  10. Now there's a quality picture. I've been listening to the 2015 2CD Deluxe version of In Through The Out Door. God Jonesy's intro to "I'm Gonna Crawl" is heavenly. Also listened to the entirety of Led Zeppelin III on vinyl for the first time in ages.
  11. God how I love that roast. Never gets old. Without a doubt the Greatest Comedian of All-Time. Haha, and on the other hand, I like Dane Cook.
  12. Seeing Pink Martini tomorrow night at the Atwood Concert Hall, in the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, here in Anchorage, Alaska, US. Walter, I saw Steely Dan last August, at Interlochen in Michigan. One of the greatest concerts I've ever been to. When they performed "Hey Nineteen", Walter Becker started rambling on about different stuff during the instrumental bridge, and then they did this big buildup for Donald Fagen, with Becker saying, " He's the reason you're here, He's the reason I'm here, ladies and gentlemen, Donald Fagen!" And the entire band made this big push and all the lights went up while he performed a little keyboard solo. Haha, it was awesome. Anyways, just wondering if they did anything like that at the concert you attended.
  13. I'm sorry to hear that. Getting cancer at such a young age is just a terrible thing. A life getting cut short like that, before a person has had a chance to live a full one. As you said, may he go peacefully.
  14. Well, my centerpiece is my pair of Paiste 2000 Hi-Hat Cymbals; same type Bonzo used. Have every studio album except Houses Of The Holy and Coda on vinyl (yes, early pressings from the times, including Led Zeppelin III and Physical Graffiti with their wonderful sleeves!) To the hardcore fan, I know that's nothing special, but I can't afford to become a hardcore fan yet. I also have the soundtrack for The Song Remains The Same on vinyl. On CD, my collection isn't as hot: 90's remasters of Physical Graffiti and Coda, the new 2-CD deluxe versions of Led Zeppelin II and In Through The Out Door, and How The West Was Won, minus the first disc. As far as my iPod goes, that's it, apart from "Stairway" and "Whole Lotta Love", ripped from a 40th Anniversary Atlantic compilation. Rounding out the collection are the DVD, the book "Shadows Taller Than Our Souls", and two shirts: a black one with the US Tour 1977 logo in red, and another black one with the yellow Swan Song logo.
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