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  1. I couldn't help thinking about the Field of Fire watching that.
  2. I was rewatching last episode tonight. When Jon refuses to bend the knee and Dany says "That's unfortunate", there is a brief pause, A JTS moment would have been if Dany looks to her right and says "Drogon, dinner" while pointing at Jon. I love this show, but the accelerated pace to get it finished so fast is making time jumps even more noticeable. I could deal with Varys' teleport last season, but Euron warping from the Narrow Sea to Castlerly Rock was pretty insane. That said, I'm loving this season. It could have been made better if "Immigrant Song" was playing as Euron attacked
  3. I was expecting him to come rowing up the Theon and drag him out of the water.
  4. Glad I'm not the only one who thought that. It was one of the finest moments on the original TSRTS
  5. I was about 10, and my sister 2 years older came back from a dance and she told me about this song that started slow and kept getting faster and faster. The same song was played when I went to my first dance a couple years later, and it was of course Stairway. That would have been around 1978. I remember when ITTOD was released seeing the racks and racks of brown paper clad albums in a K-Mart, with just the banner "Led Zeppelin" sleeved over them. The mystery and mystic had been planted in my brain. I'd already heard about Led Zeppelin and Devil Worship by then. But I didn't have the mone
  6. Looks like he's not just annoying Jimmy. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4506444/Robbie-Williams-s-neighbours-anger-shed-stilts.html Robbie Williams has sparked a fresh row with neighbours over plans for a summerhouse in the garden of his £17.5million mansion. The former Take That singer - who already has a pool, gym and cinema room at his west London home - unveiled the plans for the huge shed on stilts earlier this year. The 43-year-old says the stilts are needed to protect tree roots and the 28ft by 16ft structure will provide a place for his children Teddy, four
  7. Considering all the Rush gushing in this thread, seemed appropriate I respond to this post (see my screen name). Most likely everyone has alreadt seen it, so I apologize if it is redundant.
  8. Page leaving little tidbits in the studio recordings. Two of the most obvious are the plane on BCW and the cough at the end of IMTOD. But leaving in Bohnam's squeaky bass pedal is the real little tidbit I love. I read an interview with Glyn Johns that working with Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page was a bit surreal, because they both had laser focus in the studio and knew exactly what they wanted. Accidents in the studio may have altered their original vision, but nothing that actually went to press was an accident, they were perfectionists. I think I like the squeak most on Ten Years Gone.
  9. Nice article from an Alabama site about Zeppelin's three shows in Alabama. Surprised they didn't mention Page playing a little bit of Dixie in Birmingham. http://www.al.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/05/led_zeppelin.html When Led Zeppelin rocked Alabama: '70s concerts revisited They drove to the Led Zeppelin concert in David Burks' gold 1966 Chevelle Super Sport muscle car. Burks, then 17, was behind the wheel and the only person in the vehicle not getting high as he and two of his Ensley High School classmates traveled to Tuscaloosa on May 10, 1973 to see Zeppelin perform at
  10. I have enjoyed reading this thread both in the lead up and during the trial. Big props to those who kept us up to date. The aftermath has baffled me like many here. The press is creating a myth that there was a myth that the song was created at Bron-Yr-Aur. I don't know any Zeppelin fan who ever thought that, the genesis of the song when Page brought it to Headley has been widely known for a long time. The press has been using an obscure quote from JPJ in 72 to create a nonexistent myth. I guess it spices up the story, and journalists never let facts get in the way of a good story.
  11. Didn't they have 1 big song that was popular for a little bit?
  12. I'm sure this topic has been covered many times, but a noob to the board, 36 years a Zeppelin fan. Years ago I got tired of being asked what my favorite Zeppelin album/song was, because it was so difficult to answer. One night I heard a friend answer the question with "Whichever one I happen to be listening to". I "pirated" that and have used it since. Everything they recorded turns to gold in my ears.
  13. This has been a fun thread to read over the last week, 8 years and 34 pages. Too bad many of the early links no longer work. A couple off the top of my head that weren't mentioned. The show NewsRadio was mentioned early on, but only that Led Zeppelin I and II had shows named after them. In fact, 9 Zeppelin albums had NewsRadio episodes named after them at the end of the second season. Only Led Zeppelin III was left out, which has always annoyed me, as much as I loved that show. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_NewsRadio_episodes#Season_2_.281995.E2.80.9396.29
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