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  1. Christening of Led Zeppelin - The Ride Posted on Mon, Dec. 17, 2007 Hard Rock gives coaster a whirl 'We don't break champagne. We smash guitars.' By Claudia Lauer and Jonathan Tressler - The Sun News Visiting the Led Zeppelin roller coaster at the new Hard Rock theme park has been a ritual for Steve Ammons over the past few months, even though the park and the ride are still several months from opening. "I'm a big fan of the manufacturer of this roller coaster and a big fan of Led Zeppelin," said Ammons, an Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., resident who came to watch the first public test run
  2. Since the last time I saw him, it looked like he had some new moves in his groove, too.
  3. In context, both quotes are attributed to Robert in The Sun Times article as follows: The musical marriage of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss The internet is already alive with rumours that the one-off gig will turn into a tour – Ian Astbury of the Cult has even been quoted as saying that they will be the support act – but Plant sounds wary of any further commitment. “Having to live up to something is terribly serious,” he says with a sigh, adding that he has not always been happy with the way their legacy has been perceived, thanks to legions of lesser imitators. “What we thought was rea
  4. That reminds me of the radio station scene in Almost Famous where the DJ passes out and they start talking on air about their old band 'Feces'.
  5. I read it as you wrote it. You were refering to two songs. I was addressing your comments in regard to Rock and Roll which you didn't state in your post, but I knew what you were talking about because it was at the end of the concert. In regards to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZxukPZ0pjA, he actually DID slam the mic stand to the floor around 2:40. OMG .. that was so cool. As someone said before it was like spiking a football in the end zone; an act of victory. His performance in Kashmir was excellent. He was totally in the groove and in his element; and looking My-T-Fine I must say.
  6. Totally agree. I remember reading awhile back that she wasn't going to be there. Her CMT message board says, no she wasn't there.
  7. :'( My 'puter kept crashing all the way through Kashmir. Gotta figure out what's going on before the next song.
  8. Pretty cool dudes over there, eh? They must be independent. Can't possibly be Clear Channel, Citadel or Infinity. I'm going to check. Edit: CBS Radio ... interesting. :crossfingers: No C&D.
  9. I didn't get ANY negative impression at all. No anger, no smashing ... I don't even know where your getting that from. Here's the clip: Right about 4:15 he just tosses the mic to the side and then casually goes over and kicks the ball off stage (he did play soccer, afterall) I love it when Jimmy kisses his guitar and Jason bows to the other three. I loved watching this whole scene play out. Hey, Wolfman. Is this the ball that you caught?
  10. Hey Clone, Very interesting, indeed! Post this over in the Led Zeppelin Master Forum since what your speculating hasn't been confirmed and not in the news yet. More people will see it there, too. Cool! Welcome to the board!
  11. ^ It did seem that way, didn't it? Well, who can resist?
  12. I was on cloud 02 until the stupid ninnies started AK bashing. Now I'm just pissed.
  13. Hi Lilith, Goody for you! I would guess that by May he would have already made a decision regarding a LZ tour. Like you said, it would take time to organize and rehearse and with the added pressure by fans, I'd venture to guess that he would decide fairly soon. He's going into the studio in January to begin another album with Alison and I would think he'd want that decision out of mind and out of the way. Have a blast at the show and welcome to the board!
  14. Vanishing Led Zeppelin mystery solved 1:31PM, Friday 14th December 2007 The mystery of Led Zeppelin video clips vanishing from YouTube has been solved. No sooner had the rock giants' comeback gigs at London's O2 Arena, aka The Dome, ended this week than the clips started appearing. But just as quickly YouTube's owner Google started removing them and displaying their well-known red takedown boxes. That is not unusual. Except in this case none of the copyright holders who might have requested this action actually had done so. Google said Warner Music Group was responsible, which would
  15. You know? Since Jonesy has been working with Uncle Earl I've been checking out their vids on You Tube and I really like them, too. This is really fun.
  16. I'm sorry, RA. I missed that post in my anger. I've never posted in anger before, even on the old board. It just makes me want to cry to see such unessesary nastiness after such a glorious event as the 02. NOBODY thought this would ever happen ... including Robert himself. And the majority of us Led Zeppelin fans weren't even there. A lot of us have been right here ... experiencing everything together. Wasn't it wonderful? It doesn't mean its over and done with, necessarily. That door hasn't slammed shut. Robert hasn't said, no way. It ain't happenin'! He's only going on with w
  17. Boys, I hate to tell ya. Nobody here, and most certainly not Robert, is going to allow you to suckle off anybody's tit so your little asses can live forever in a dreamland which you've created. You have absolutely lost your minds. Grow up for gods sake. Where have you been for the last 20 years? Do you not know what the hell is going on? God, I hate stupid people.
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