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  1. Should all tracks be in stereo, on the shows that have soundboards? Does stereo enhance it, or does it kill it for being forced?
  2. Military parades happened under Kennedy and before. I travel but am currently living in Baltimore. Great viewing at the Harbor. I travelled to DC for the event and it was the most patriotic I have ever seen. It cost a few million, but way less than the spectacle that transpired under a special council.
  3. Just meant to be a small thread of what you may notice in Live LZ recordings. The meaning of this thread is about the small subtle things you notice within the Live LZ Shows. For instance: Achilles Last Stand Riff played within the song In The Evening at around the 5 minute mark of the song. Enjoy!
  4. What do you mean in the video, signifying a 588 pressing? MHZ? Of course it will sound better compared to something scratched and subpar from 1969. If you refer to Hz: I've heard that a lot of Led Zeppelin recordings were done on the 528 HZ. 528MHZ is based on a frequency of healing/love as well as other bands used as Pink Floyd, Mozart and John Lennon. Vinyl will have a warmer sound compared to digital. Thank you, Strombringer101.
  5. Nice Catch, Bill! And I agree with Mookie Wilson. No one play should define your whole life. Except for maybe Scott Norwood. Rest in peace, Bill.
  6. Now there's a nice pic! It's good to see you!
  7. I believe you're right, anniemouse. It was a smash in a car accident, right? 1972? If you're right I think it was during a break in tours.
  8. Just went and threw it at his hands. That's some rivalry and heated competition. I would say Led Zeppelin won because of that. Was this where he went out on stage behind him stripping on stage? Even played a stripper's stanza on drums. They tried to catch Bonzo, but couldn't. I read it too. Just think, if not for the Stones, Alvin Lee could have came up with Sticky Fingers for a title. I'm a writer, but Richard Cole is one hell of a writer!
  9. Actually I'm wrong. Bonham didn't knock or chip Plant;s tooth. He gave him a bloody split lip. The argument was over some money. Forgive my memory. After all, I am a 210 year old fart. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Led_Zeppelin_Japanese_Tour_1971
  10. The Missing Tooth. From the book by Richard Cole - in 1971 Japan. This picture is from TSRTS 1973. A little bird told me that Robert Plant and John Bonham got into a fight in Japan. Bonham was a good shot. Now you tell me. Was Richard Cole spinning the yarn about Japan 1971? If you ask me, I go with Richard Cole. During the Japanese Tour 1971, John Henry Bonham was an awesome shot when drinking. There is a difference in Plant's projection between the first show or shows and the others in 1971. It happened in the hotel, and Cole broke it up.
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