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  1. Its not Zabriske but another cool period one is Vanishing Point from '71. Soundtrack is ok, but it had me when Mississippi Queen came blaring out at me...I caught it late night on network TV probably when I was 17 and thought it was very cool. For whatever its worth Wiki says: Steven Spielberg named Vanishing Point as one of his favorite films.[24] Death Proof (2007), the Quentin Tarantino contribution to the faux-exploitation "double feature" Grindhouse (2007), features a chase involving a Dodge Challenger resembling the one seen in Vanishing Point (not being an R/T model and having an automatic transmission). Death Proof also references the film by name repeatedly calling it "one of the best American movies ever made". The car in the film also has the license plate OA 5599.[16] Edgar Wright named Vanishing Point one of his 1,000 favorite films, and used it as inspiration for his 2017 film Baby Driver Will have to check out again when the wife is not around...
  2. Yes, like a little over a minute, side of stage shot - the place with huge windows, looks like an airplane hanger. I did not know that...is there more footage around from that? I’ve never seen anything else
  3. I haven’t watched the DVD in a real long time and forgot about the Dazed and Confused video on disc 2, Main Menu background. Is there anymore video of that show? I can’t find anything about it unless I’m wrong with the location tks
  4. Those are awesome! I never saw the 1st and the 3rd one before...Bluesville club is amazing, wow to have seen that gig!! thanks
  5. Aidan - excellent! keep on jamming and learning - there is hope for youth of today...
  6. great openers you all are picking - am trying not to duplicate anyone... AC/DC – It’s a Long Way to the Top Bad Company – Can’t Get Enough Boston – More than a Feeling CCR - I Put a Spell on You CSN&Y – Carry On Eagles – Take It Easy Foghat – I Just Want to Make Love to You Heart – Magic Man Kiss – Strutter Meatloaf – Bat out of Hell (am not counting his obscure duo album 6/7 years earlier…) Montrose – Rock the Nation Queen – Keep Yourself Alive Ted Nugent – Stranglehold Cheers!
  7. I wish I could remember more other than him strolling out saying something about Presence coming out soon, he was pretty drunk...I will see if a friend of mine remembers more
  8. MSG June 13, '77 - my girlfriend passed out during No Quarter and missed most of the show (she was not a huge fan)...I documented the show with notes the next day on each song but lost it somewhere over the years. And I have no idea why I didn't try to see the '75 tour. Saw Page/Plant in '98 in Philly which was an awesome show. Also was at Deep Purple Radio City Music Hall in '76 the night Bonzo strolled out on stage which was very cool...
  9. nice topic....for me difficult to rank as an adult as I can fit them in all as #1's (LZ I through PG) and #2's (the last 3...) definitely has changed over the years, I wore out IV as a teen...I can put together a "best of" all the reissues and have it rank in the middle 1. II 2. Physical Graffiti 3. IV 4. Houses 5. III 6. I 7.ITTOD 8. Presence 9. Coda
  10. I just went down tracks album by album and the only songs I usually skip are Hats off to Harper, Tea for One and Carouselambra so not that I don't like them but I guess those are my least favorites...
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