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  1. Another incredible gem. I think most are still enjoying the new Osaka soundboard and haven't absorbed this new tape yet. Killer performance. Vocals are mind blowing.
  2. I heard rumors a while ago this Wanton Song source is incomplete on the soundboard. There might also be an audience source.
  3. Here's the full Osaka 9-28-71: (Aud / SB)
  4. thanks for posting this. Great info. All it would take is for Robert and Jimmy to give their blessing to release this.
  5. WTF Really? Well lots of other places to share. TTD?
  6. It's the vibe of the city, fans, parties, the people and characters on the scene, especially back in the 60s/70s. Same as NY which had a somewhat different but equally exciting vibe.
  7. and in HD this would be incredible!
  8. nearly $4,000 for the 'standard' version? Original ones from 1959 go for around $2,000 NAMM 2020: A Standard version of Jimmy Page's Sundragon signature amp is here at last By Amit Sharma and Jackson Maxwell If you missed out on the 2019 limited-edition run, now’s your chance to get dazed and confused NAMM 2020: Led Zeppelin fans rejoice! After electrifying the 2019 NAMM show with the announcement of its limited-edition Jimmy Page signature amplifier, Sundragon Amps has announced that the amp will now have a Standard counterpart. The Sundragon Standard was designed as a faithful recreation of Page’s original 1959 Supro Coronado, which was responsible for the bulk of his tones on Led Zeppelin's legendary self-titled debut album. The Surpro was also used on Page’s other early recordings, including Joe Cocker’s With a Little Help from My Friends. The new model will include most features from last year’s limited-edition version, on which the rock icon worked closely with Mitch Colby and Perry Margouleff to match the classic sound of that famous Supro. Hand-built, with point-to-point wiring exactly like the original, here’s an amp that certainly won’t be suffering any communication breakdowns, no matter what you throw at it. “Based on the overwhelming response to the limited edition Sundragon amplifier, I am pleased to announce that we will be producing a standard production model Sundragon amplifier,” Page said in a press release. The Standard Sundragon Jimmy Page amplifier will be available starting in March, directly from the manufacturer, for $3,875. Head over to Sundragon for more info. https://www.guitarworld.com/news/namm-2020-a-standard-version-of-jimmy-pages-sundragon-signature-amp-is-here-at-last
  9. So going out with Benny and Bjorn "most nights" they were in Stockholm to literal "Sex Clubs", in Robert's words, with Jimmy Page is just a drink? He says "drinkie winkie" in the interview. What do you think he's gonna say exactly, lol? And the ending comment from Robert talking to the camera: "Remember that Benny and Bjorn? We used to run away from your women" 😄
  10. I think you're wrong about about that, lol See this interview clip here:
  11. ABBA revelation: Inside band's legendary night out with Led Zeppelin ABBA stars Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Bjorn Ulvaeus were treated to a wild night with Led Zeppelin back in the Seventies, according to unearthed claims. By Kate Nicholson | Mon, Jan 6, 2020 ABBA were a Swedish pop group which formed in 1972. The band wrote many songs which dominated the charts throughout the Eighties, such as ‘Dancing Queen’, ‘Mamma Mia’ and ‘Waterloo’. The band was made up of Agnetha Falkshog, who wed co-star Bjorn Ulvaeus, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad who married fellow band member Benny Andersson – the band’s name itself is an acronym of all their names. The four shot to fame after starring in the Eurovision song contest and, despite splitting in 1982, their songs have gone to inspire the ‘Mamma Mia’ films and musicals in the West End. However, despite the pop music and “squeaky clean” image the band cultivated over the years, it turns out they socialised with Led Zeppelin – a rock band who were in the limelight at a similar time. Led Zeppelin were famous for debauchery with all-night drug-fuelled parties. As a 2014 NME article by Emily Barker explained: “You wouldn’t have thought there’s much connecting prog-rock deviants Led Zeppelin to sugary Scandi pop crew ABBA, but here’s one: Zep recorded tracks for their ‘In Through The Out Door’ album in the ABBA’s Polar Studios. “Legend has it ABBA’s Benny and Bjorn took Robert Plant on a night out after meeting at the Stockholm recording facility.” Led Zeppelin star Robert Plant told Uncut in 2005 that he found himself “being silly with Benny and Bjorn from ABBA, while Agnetha and Frida are driving around trying to find which den of iniquity Led Zeppelin had taken their husbands to”. However, representatives from ABBA have since disputed the claims. ABBA had a very different public image from Led Zeppelin, but behind closed doors the two couples were going through difficult divorces with a great deal of conflict between the band members. Agnetha and Bjorn divorced in 1979 when the band’s fame was at an all time high. They had two children together but just a week after the split, Bjorn had found a new girlfriend. Both remarried, although Agnetha divorced her second husband in 1990. Anni-Frid and Benny also divorced in 1981, and the band itself split the following year. In a 2015 interview with Louder Sound, another member of Led Zeppelin explained how his band ended up partying with ABBA. Guitarist Jimmy Page said: “[ABBA] contacted me. The studio was only known for ABBA and they wanted an internationally known rock group to record there, and would Led Zeppelin consider it. “We had a chat and they said they’d be generous with studio time. We went out there in December [’78], I think. It was biting cold, snow everywhere…” He explained: “I met Bjorn [Ulvaeus] when I was setting up. I don’t think the others had got there then. He gave me a guitar, which was very sweet. A day later I met Benny [Andersson]. “Bjorn was the blond one? Benny was the one with the beard and the keyboard, yes? [Laughs] He was very interested in John Paul’s new toy. “At the time Benny was still married to Frida [Lyngstad]. So we all went out to a club together one night. They were nice people.” Jimmy added: “I was rather hoping we were going to meet Agnetha, but that wasn’t part of the deal!” https://www.express.co.uk/celebrity-news/1224296/abba-news-led-zeppelin-agnetha-falkshog-bjorg-ulvaeus-anni-frid-lygnstad-spt
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