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  1. I know it's a long shot, but if there are any keyboard players in the area interested in a fun gig, have a listen and contact me through the site if interested: http://www.shadowcircusmusic.com
  2. ELP fans should take a listen to the excerpt from The Seduction of Harold Lauder"...one of the sickest Hammond solos I've heard in a long time! Too bad it looks like I missed the pre-sale for the new CD at $9.99... :-( but $11.99 is still pretty cheap...
  3. Transatlantic - "The Whirlwind"...a fantastic comeback from a fantastic band....
  4. With all the recent discussion about ELP, I thought some of you might be interested in checking out this group: http://www.shadowcircusmusic.com/audio Of particular interest to Zeppelin fans would be the clip "The Horsemen Ride", which has a nice open-tuning Black Mountainside kind of vibe to it...other tunes like The Seduction of Harold Lauder have great keyboards, very reminiscent of ELP, Jethro Tull, Yes, etc...definitely a band with some good 70's influences...
  5. Thanks for the welcome! I had joined long ago but can't remember why I didn't post - I think I might have had to reinstall Windows and lost my bookmarks...
  6. I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned him already (sorry I'm coming to this thread as it's alreday 8 pages long), but how about Chris Robinson from The Black Crowes? I thought their live album with Jimmy Page was the best live vocals that had ever been recorded on Led Zeppelin material...
  7. "Hey, is someone flame-broiling 100% US Grade A ground beef?" "No - that's my cologne" http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/28284679?GT1=43001
  8. Every bit of outpouring of praise here is so well-deserved. Thanks Jason, for making this reunion possible...John B. lives on in spirit.
  9. Hi All! John Fontana here, 39, from Wallington NJ. Huge LZ fan since 8 years old. Never got to see LZ play in their heyday, but I did get to see The Firm once, and RP several times. I have a very 70's-sounding progressive rock band called Shadow Circus, but I don't want my first post to look like spam, so Google the name for more info, or I'll chat about the band in an appropriate thread after a while...Suffice it to say that Jimmy Page is one of my greatest influences as a guitarist, and John Paul Jones one of the most inspiring keyboardists to me. Nice to be among LZ fans, as I've l
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