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Lady Goodman

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  1. I didn't even know they were Easter Eggs. I've watched it from beginning to end (credits & FBI Warning, as well) so many times, I thought they were regular parts of the DVD.
  2. Thanks for posting this, Pagemeister. My daughter is a dancer and I sent her this info.
  3. Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles Posted on Saturday, January 05, 2008 at 22:00:36 EST John Bonham, Charlie Benante, Steven Adler, Tommy Lee Featured In The Most Ferocious Drummers Ever Trailer The Most Ferocious Drummers Ever began shooting a featured television production on May 3rd and 4th in Hollywood, California with some of the most legendary drummers ever. Hosted by former Atlantic Records rock drummer and music radio host Billy McCarthy, The Most Ferocious Drummers Ever is a kinetic mix of interviews, rare performance footage, and commentary from legendary drummers along with their esteemed colleagues, family, and friends who know them best, offstage and on. John Bonham (LED ZEPPELIN), Charlie Benante (ANTHRAX), Steven Adler (ex-GUNS N' ROSES), Chad Smith (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS), Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Carmine Appice (VANNILLA FUDGE), Keith Moon (THE WHO), Charlie Watts (THE ROLLING STONES) among many other classic drummers are featured in a new Most Ferocious Drummers Ever trailer. Click Here To View “I contacted legendary record producer Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin/Rolling Stones) and the godfather of drummer’s, Carmine Appice and shared with them my vision of this show,” said Billy McCarthy, host and producer. “When two of the industries finest with a combined 250 million albums to their credit immediately and graciously agree to take part—it confirms what I sensed all along—it’s about time a program came along and paid due respect to the drummer— after all, without a great drummer, something terrible happens to a band. Nothing. Every drummer and every drum rep is simply ecstatic about this show. Who doesn’t love a drummer?” The Most Ferocious Drummers Ever is a 2008 network series shot entirely in HD. For More Info Click Here
  4. Talk about good karma! Thanks for sharing that clip with us. I saw you and your friend on that interview. Very cool! Glad you joined and welcome to the board. Lady G
  5. Buddy's a kissey boy, I see. He's so cute.
  6. Awww, cute! Look at those ears! Is he/she a bagle?
  7. Later today, www.eq.tv will be doing a live webcast with Paul Rodgers, live from the El Dorado Casino in Reno NV Starting at 3pm - 1am Pacific time. Concert time approx. 9:30 pm. They're going to show footage from the 95 Page/Plant Tour, as well.
  8. Hi, Motherhen. Glad you tuned in. I haven't heard the complete show, yet; just clips. So far it's great. For Your Life is awesome, isn't it. Very funky.
  9. They denied it the last time this same rumor popped up a few weeks back.
  10. ^^^ Oscar looks like he didn't wander too far away before his feet got cold. I love that last pic. "Ok, mom dad. I'm ready to come in now."
  11. http://www.berkeleyliberationradio.org/home Who is that playing No Quarter? Government Mule. Nice ...... (Chef Free just announced) Zappa's version of STH. I love this! Hi Chef Free! Nice show!
  12. His parents must have been soooo proud of him. Skiffle on, Jimmy! The drummer's son posted a message on the NME blog the night of the 02 gig. http://www.nme.com/blog/index.php?blog=10&...amp;pb=1#c43313 Comment from: Andy [Visitor] Easily best band in the world....but does that matter? They are just great to listen to from birth until death. i shall be glued to the comments etc. My Dad Dave Housego played the drums with Jimmy Page and was best friends with him at scchool! No free ticket though! See 'Jimmy Page Age 14' on You Tube and spot my old man! Wish I was in the queue! Bring it on Home. 10/12/07 @ 18:35 Edit: To add YouTube link to page 2.
  13. I know. I love this thread. Everybody has such cute babies. These are my beagles, Captain Jack Sparrow and Murphy Brown. Murphy, the little one standing, turns 16 years old in January. They were a bit miffed because I interupted their 'sniff-on' at PetSmart to get their picture taken.
  14. I liked what his mother said, "It wasn't about John that night: It was about you and them." Thanks for sharing, Robert.
  15. How lucky are you! I've always heard very nice things said about him and I know that he is very well respected amongst African American musicians. I bookmarked his site so I can can catch up on what he's been doing lately. Again, thanks Warby. LG
  16. I'm liking it. It's nice. Thanks for sharing that with us, Warby. Wouldn't it be nice if Jimmy, Jonesy, Robert and Jason updated us with clips like that? Oh, Mister Webmaster Sam ... can you plant some bugs in some ears?
  17. It does, I just noticed that. Hirsute is my new favorite word.
  18. I came across this on the web and thought it was cool. Click on the Linkage for a picture. Info: All hand made with working parts including pedals and adjustable stands. Wow how about something like this on your wedding cake! Your new wife will love it! If you're interested he will create a miniature of your own setup. JOHN BONHAM - VISTALITE - LED ZEPPLIN - This beautiful miniature replica of the Led Zeppelin drummer, JOHN BONHAM, is of the highest quality and very intricate in design and detail! This drumset would look great on display in any room! Handmade right here in the USA! Approximately 8" x 6". Check out the Gong and Timpani Drums and mini mallets too. Linkage
  19. BBC News Last Updated: Friday, 28 December 2007, 11:10 GMT Plant awarded 'beard of the year' Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant has the beard of the year, according to the Beard Liberation Front, an informal network of beard wearers. Liverpool football manager Rafael Benitez came second, with third place shared by entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson and cricketer Monty Panesar. They were followed by comedian Russell Brand and author Michael Rosen. The prize is designed to highlight those who promote "a positive image of hirsuteness" in the public arena. Plant, who was clean-shaven in Led Zeppelin's 1970s heyday, was seen sporting a beard at the band's reunion gig in London earlier this month. Beard Liberation Front organiser Keith Flett said: "The winners this year have stylish beards and are promoting a new 21st Century image of the hirsute." Panesar, who plays for England, won the award last year.
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