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Tangerine Dream

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About Tangerine Dream

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  • Birthday March 7

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    1973
  • Interests
    Led Zeppelin (Obviously)

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  1. Wow! Can you find these in stores?
  2. He does resemble the man in the picture. Could very well be him.
  3. I never noticed that in the rock. So interesting.
  4. I can't seem to find anybody talking about this. I've always wanted to know where the picture that is next to the Stairway To Heaven lyrics in the inner sleeve of Led Zeppelin IV came from. It's a mysterious drawing of a bearded man reading a book, with symbols etched into the stones behind him. Who's the artist, when was is created, and, the most intriguing question, what are those symbols, and what is their meaning? There's one that stands out that I tried my best to draw and look for one matching it. Any information regarding this picture or the symbols would be really be helpful to my search.
  5. Thanks for finding it! I honesty can't tell if it's Jimmy playing or not. Still cool to hear though.
  6. As I was scrolling through the Wikipedia page for Roger Daltrey's 1973 solo album, "Daltrey", I read this excerpt claiming that Jimmy played on one of the singles from the album: The album was recorded during a hiatus time in the Who's touring schedule. The first single released from the album, "Giving It All Away", reached number five in the UK and the album made the Top 50 in the United States. He also released a single in 1973, "Thinking"; its B-side, "There is Love", features Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin on guitar. I couldn't find a source to listen to the track anywhere online. Does anyone know if it's true that Jimmy played on the track and/or does anyone know a place online to listen to the song? I included some pictures of the single below as well.
  7. Their version of Trampled Under Foot is amazing! Since they don't have a keyboardist, the bass replaces the keys and holds down the whole song. The room was shaking and was moving to it. Love seeing them every time they come to town.
  8. No I've actually never heard of them before. I'll have to look them up.
  9. Thank you!! I'll be sure to check those out!
  10. Hey Led Heads! I've been wanting to sign up for a forum account for a while now and today was finally the day. I'm still figuring out stuff around here so I thought I'd make a post and see how it goes. I guess I'll just give some quick facts about myself. I've been listening to Zeppelin for a little over three years now, but it feels like its been forever. They're my favorite band and I don't know what I'd do without them. The first song I heard by them was Kashmir and I instantly fell in love with its hypnotic rhythm. I've seen Robert once in 2016 and I'm seeing him again in September (which I'm crazy excited for!) I also met Jason Bonham last year at a meet and greet which was very cool to hear all the stories he told. My favorite Zep album has to be Houses because of it's summery feel and my top three songs as of now are probably Thank You, The Rain Song, and Tangerine (I love their sappy stuff as you can tell.) I could honestly talk for days about them. But anyways, those are some facts about me and I can't wait to see what this forum is all about!
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