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  1. This this looks terrible. The rare photos you plugged are pics of fans? lol Scanning through these screenshots, some of these testimonials don't even seem legit. In 1971, "Tweety-Pie" a young girl from London, who is in NY sees them at MSG, then flies out to see them in Berkeley, then immediately "followed" them to Honolulu. They were going to follow them to Japan too but her friend didn't have her passport. She supposedly sees them over a year later at Alexandra Palace, and Robert is "used to seeing her in the front" and then sang Since I've Been Loving You to her..... I'll pass.
  2. you realize that you contradicted yourself several times here?
  3. Likely near the end of the show. A review here says they end with WLL. Like you mentioned, the bootleg could have moved it around to fit on the cd. http://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/june-13-1972
  4. Led Zeppelin Documentary Heading to Cannes Market 5/8/2019 by Scott Roxborough Billed as an "in their own words" telling, the documentary features new interviews with Zeppelin founders Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones, as well as rare archival interviews with the late John Bonham. Turn it up to 11. A new documentary on legendary rock band Led Zeppelin is heading to the Cannes market. Bernard MacMahon, the director of the Emmy-nominated music documentary series American Epic, is helming the as-yet-untitled doc, which will feature new interviews with band members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones, as well as rare archival interviews with the late John Bonham. Currently in post-production, the documentary is billed as the "definitive telling of the birth of the world’s biggest-selling rock band" and will be told solely from the band's perspective, with never-before seen archive film footage and photographs and state-of-the-art audio transfers of the band’s music. Both Page and Plant said watching American Epic, which traces the roots of American recorded music of the Roaring Twenties, convinced them to sign on to MacMahon's film. "When I saw everything Bernard had done both visually and sonically on the remarkable achievement that is American Epic, I knew he would be qualified to tell our story,” Jimmy Page said in a statement. “The time was right for us to tell our own story for the first time in our own words,” added John Paul Jones. “I think that this film will really bring this story to life.” The team behind American Epic is on board for the Led Zeppelin doc, including writer and producer Allison McGourty, editor Dan Gitlin and sound supervisor Nicholas Bergh. McGourty, MacMahon, Duke Erikson and Ged Doherty are producing the film, with Peter Saraf and Marc Turtletaub as executive producers. CAA is handling U.S. rights to the documentary, and Altitude is selling the film internationally. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/led-zeppelin-documentary-heading-cannes-market-1208799
  5. Google Translate --- The presence of John Paul Jones was the "surprise" call of the Turin festival, both for the prestigious past in the elite of rock - bassist in Led Zeppelin, producer and arranger for people of the caliber of Brian Eno, REM, Paul Mc Cartney and in more recent times in the supergroup Them Crooked Vultures - both for the ability to move on very different musical territories. There is even a work - The Ghost Sonata - among his most recent works. But in the Piedmontese capital the British musician arrived not alone but in company, as a member of Tres Coyotes. Only one appearance before that offered at the Verdi Conservatory of the trio that sees him share the stage together with the composer Magnus Lindberg and the musician Anssi Karttunen. BASS VIOLONCELLO and piano in a performance - open with a song on visual (Groundflame by Muriel von Braun) - divided into two short times - which saw the artists devote themselves to a repertoire dedicated mostly to improvisation, welcomed by an audience composed of onlookers jazzophiles but above all fans of the former Zeppelin, who perhaps expected a program with some ancient reminiscence of the rock past. Before the concert, in the morning the trio underwent a presentation meeting where Jones explained the meaning of the project: «The most interesting music - he underlined - is the one that knows how to open up and incorporate other elements, a lesson that I have already learned from the time of the Zeppelins "- and added:" a musician is influenced by whatever he hears, even from the music he hears ". The TRE have been attending since 2016, convict a masterclass in Santa Fè: «The meeting between musicians so different from each other is not at all strange - says Lindberg-. The peculiarity of our repertoire lies precisely in the fact that nothing we do together would exist without what we did during our past experiences ». The Tres Coyotes - animals rebels against every convention, a name that is as appropriate as ever for the common feeling of the group, prefers the improvisation to the overall approach: "Let's play and let the music flow," explains Lindberg. The last line is up to Jones: did you imagine Zeppelins to have given birth to a rock revolution? The answer is ironic and decidedly British: "of course ...". https://ilmanifesto.it/john-paul-jones-con-i-tres-coyotes-lasciamo-fluire-e-gioire-la-musica/ VIDEOS:
  6. LOL. 😂 Why is that "strange" or a "legal issue"? Grooves licensed a different photo from this session a few years after People magazine. Why would they pick the exact same one that was on People? Other photos from this session have been used elsewhere through the years, not exclusive to People.
  7. Deluxe will have bonus content. If you want just the album, the regular version should be ok for you. If you have the dough, Super Deluxe box set edition is worth it for the extra items and book that comes with them.
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    Boleskine for sale https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/scotland/for-sale-aleister-crowley-s-home-of-black-magic-owned-by-jimmy-page-c7vlsnq95
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    Stick

    100% fake non-official jacket
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