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Autumn Moon

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  1. Most unlikely to stumble across Falco in this RIP thread as he died in 1998 if my memory serves me well. Anyway, I completely agree with kipper. We may put out a fatwa on someone who try to bore/torture us with SOUND OF MUSIC!
  2. Just visit the LED ZEP LIVE section, there are many threads where bootlegs are discussed.
  3. I am still confident about a 50th anniversary release by EVSD, it would make sense in every way. If not now, then when? Speaking of their normal pattern: announcement of upcoming release in early September, collecting preorders til November, shipping early December. But if EV surprise us with a totally unexpected SB of 923 or 924, I will promise to wait another 3 years for the rest of the 929 SB.
  4. On 1. August 1951 Tommy Bolin was born. Despite his short lifespan, he died 25 years old, he is known as one of the most influential and greatest guitarists of the 20th century. I´ll celebrate the 70th anniversary of his birthday spinning records of Zephyr, Alphonse Mouzon, Billy Cobham, James Gang, Deep Purple and the Tommy Bolin Band on Volume 11.
  5. After the administration of the strongest truth-serum from the laboratories of the MI6 there is enough time for two questions: "Which live recordings from your LZ archive did you give your bosom friend Mr. Ross Halfin as a present?" "Do you really intend to officially release some live recordings in the remaining seven years, or was it just insubstantial blah blah to the 50. anniversary?"
  6. World Cup 2022 in Qatar from 21. November to 18. December. Impossible to play there in the summertime, a rather sick decision to choose Qatar imo. I am sure if the decision-makers get a load of money the World Cup 2030.will be held on the South Pole.
  7. You nailed it. I wonder if Mr. Southgate will keep his job.
  8. /\ Yep, quote function doesn´t work. Furthermore, I think the edit function isn´t available all the time.
  9. No difference here: for any Oscar-worthy performance players are cautioned (yellow card), or even excluded (red card) if they have seen the yellow card before.
  10. Plenty of nice and heady White Widow and Northern Lights is available. Although, a devastating Train Wreck would fit nicely to the Austrian efforts.
  11. Haha, on Saturday me and some friends have to have some joints pre & during Italy vs Austria, no chance to bear a match of the Austrians without some green aid. I guess Italy will win & progress in the tournament, and that is fine, as it is a great joy to watch them play.
  12. You shouldn´t be so pessimistic. The current German squad is far from the excellent team they got in 2014. "Radio" Müller is a bit under the weather, Leroy Sane`s performance is just awful, their defence is rather insecure and coach Jogi Löw doesn´t radiate confidence. So, I wouldn´t be surprised if England......... This ought to be a great match, I bet you won´t fall asleep.
  13. Just a paper bear, really? But wait a moment, wasn´t there someone with a similar estimation some time ago........if only I could remember...... Ah, I`ve got it, here we go: "Russia is just a rotten house, kick in the front door and watch the house collapse" To the best of my recollection that someone was very wrong (Thank heaven). Wrong, like that little megalomaniac, erm, that french.....or corsican.............
  14. I guess a complete 929 SB (any Japan 71 SB) to the 50th anniversary this September would make a lot of us very happy. I am quite optimistic about it. Furthermore, I would welcome any SB from 70 to 71 with a soundquality similar to the 929 SB. (e.g. the horrible sound of the Hampton 71 SB makes me SICK!)
  15. I don´t think so, just listen attentively to Tangerine of the second night in Osaka. With the recordings we know so far, it is very hard to detect his harmony vocals. But it´s there, albeit very quiet. He sings in a higher register than the day before, very beautiful to my ears. Totally agree with your opinion that Page & Bonham should have used their singing talents more often. Especially Bonzo, who had a strong and beautiful singing voice. Strongly disagree with your thoughts on Plant playing rhythm guitar. I don´t think that Plant (at any age/with LZ) would have been capable of playing the second guitar. In my humble opinion they came to the right decision to remain a quartet.
  16. Yes, I thought as much, sorry for the 79 joke.
  17. It was in development, from the very beginning to 1973. IMO this is a wonderful, heavy, energetic 71 version. Therefore, it doesn´t make sense to compare it to e.g. Seattle 73. Another example: Listening to any 73 or 75 version of Heartbreaker after listening to the 923 version may cause a narcoleptic attack. Thanks for touching holy ground, I really appreciate your nitpicking reviews.
  18. Sounds good. Peter Stormare seems to be in his element, too. I really loved Stormare & Buscemi in Fargo.
  19. Yes, this has to be the ultimate live version of Wild Dogs! Compared to the TBB live versions, which are ruined by the cheesy keyboard sounds of Mark Stein, this one truly shines. Soulful, melancholic vocals by Tommy and superb backing vocals by Glenn. And THAT guitar solo is beyond words, still gives me goosebumps.
  20. Wheter inferior smack or bad shot, his left arm was numb after that event in Indonesia, badly affecting his playing on the following Japan shows. His claim of falling asleep on his arm was just a lame excuse.
  21. Song: Bron-Yr-Aur Album: Physical Graffiti Artist: Led Zeppelin Get yourself a copy, you might like it
  22. Maybe the same clowns who are responsible for the 2017 vinyl release of the Northern Lights recordings from Sept. 1976. This uneven, uninspired performance clearly shows the limited capacity of Johnny Bolin. I know it was a hard time for Tommy Bolin, the ugly breakup with longtime-love Karen, his increasing problems with booze and hard drugs, Narada Michael Walden had left and Bobby Berge wasn´t available either. But to put Johnny on the same stage with Haslip, Stein & Bell was truly a bad decision. Sorry to say that, but imho every high school band should have a far better drummer than Johnny was back in 1976. There are excellent shows from the first tour in April/May 76 and of course the mindblowing Ebbets Field shows from 1974 which would highly deserve a vinyl release. Anyway, I am excited about the upcoming LP.
  23. Funny, when it´s about official releases I prefer vinyl, have collected a lot of first/early pressings and Mofi or Analogue Prod. releases- CDs for the car and boots. I had some LZ LP-boots in the early 90ies, sold them when I discovered better sounding CDs over the years. The recent "Going to Cal"- 9/14 LP on Casino Records is a really good sounding release, but I do prefer the excellent Graf Zeppelin CD. Anyway, enjoy your Final Option, that´s all that matters. And yes, it´s a pity......
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