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  1. I learned that I have a Led Zeppelin problem. Seriously! We know there are those people with drinking and drug problems. I will go to that channel for, "Just one song", and that "Just one song" turns into an hour. *LoL*
  2. Hello everyone. I first want to start by saying to please forgive me if I posted this question in the wrong section. I wasn't sure where to post it. Does anybody know when the Brandy & Coke/TUF video was shot? I love the girl in the '70's gym shorts. I would appreciate any info on this video that anyone has. Thank you all so much.
  3. Hey all. No alcohol. I can't drink anymore because of medication that I am on. I haven't been able to drink since 1995. That doesn't mean that I don't still crave it because I do. I am doing better. I was reminded several times that I am too old to act like that. If I ever get too old to live - and to me life wouldn't be life without Led Zeppelin or a good jam session every now and then - then just take me out and shoot me.
  4. I want to start out by stating that I am on the edge of age 52 and I am too old to be doing stupid stuff like what I am about to confess here. I was listening to the March 05, 1975, Dallas show. This last Dallas show of 1975 will always be my all time favorite show. I often skip Moby Dick but I didn't this time. The show had me head banging from the start but I got all into Moby Dick and listened to the solo in its entirety. Bonzo growled at the very end and when he did I gave it one heavy thrust backwards; and this sent me and the cane bottom chair that I was sitting in to the floor. I a
  5. Me too!! It's sort of a true live experience and if the '77 version of No Quarter lacked something that the '73 and '75 versions had then Jimmy's solo gives some of the gloom and doom back. In a way it has kind of a horror effect that I like.
  6. Led Head I want to thank you for your reply. I enjoyed reading your reply. This proves that even among the true hard-core Zep fans that people can have very different opinions. I still stand by my list. We agree on Hot Dog! Hot Dog is one of the very few Zep songs that I can say I don't like. I do hope to get your thoughts on what I am about to say below. I have always felt that the 1980 tour over all had a good bit to offer and was very enjoyable. I have come to feel like my views on this are the minority opinion. I am also going to push the envelope and say that over time
  7. There was a recent thread titled something like, "Picking On Page 1980." OK. If we're going to pick on Page for some of 1980's lesser moments then I think the band as a whole deserves a thumbs up for some of 1980's shining moments. The 1980 tour, overall, included most of Zep's best stuff from Led Zeppelin I to ITTOD. The 1980 tour brought back two of Zep's greatest numbers that were glaringly lacking on the 1977 tour - Black Dog and The Rain Song. It is worth restating that I am an American that is 51 years old, as these words are typed, and I know someone who saw the Berlin show as a 20
  8. I am asking everyone to please give me any information that you have on this and to please correct me if I am wrong. Atlanta is my city and of course, being the Ledhed that I am, I am definitely interested in anything Led Zeppelin had to do with the city itself or even the State of Georgia. I have heard, and please correct me if I am wrong, that there is a better quality or a remastered version of the Atlanta 1977 show. Does anything know anything about this? Thank you all.
  9. I had to share this. I saw this interview somewhere with Dee Snider talking about how boring Led Zeppelin was because of their live 30 minute drum solos. Snider further went on to say how rock/metal fans went on to choose bands such as Twisted Sister over Zep and other more classic and '70's groups. I want to say that: 1. Although Zep is definitely my all time favorite group and always will be, I am an '80's teen and young adult. 2. I like several of the '80's rock/metal bands and singers. 3. If I should be angry about Snider's comments I am not. I found what Dee Snid
  10. What do you all think? BTW: As far as I know, this is one that has never been asked before.
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