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  1. One of the most special and memorable evenings of my life so far. They absolutely nailed it on the night, it's just a shame there was never any sort of follow-up gig but they definitely set out what they wanted to achieve with this performance. At least we have the DVD! Treasured memories!
  2. Plant has been clever enough to never totally discount a reunion with Page. It wouldn't take much for him to come out and say "Page and I made some great music but its in the past and I've no intention of revisiting that again". Yet he has never done that because he knows the Zeppelin thing will always be a talking point for people. I can't see him ever sharing a stage with Jimmy Page again, but as long as the two of them are alive, you never know!
  3. Happy birthday Jimmy! Hope to see you back onstage where you belong this year!
  4. It was Page's band. He put it together and produced the records. It's natural that he was the dominant personality. It seems that the creative process was fairly democratic though.
  5. I can't imagine it, but in the Zeppelin world, never say never! I'd only be interested if Jones was involved, to be honest. He adds so much to their sound.
  6. It took 40 years for these people to come up with this idea? Says it all really. Pure and utter crap.
  7. The 2007 version was pretty kick-ass in all fairness.
  8. To me, its a fantastic document of a one off performance by my favourite band of all time, who hadnt played a full gig together in 27 years. There are mistakes, sure, and some of the super-8 stuff is annoying at times, but it was the greatest day of my life thus far, and I feel blessed not only just to have been there that night, but now to have a concert DVD of the performance. I think its fantastic from start to finish.
  9. There's no point in getting wound up by that guy. I think he's making a lot of ppl's "ignore" lists these days!
  10. Thank you for posting that, I think you speak for all of us I was at the O2 show, and have listened to the bootleg countless times since, and I dont think ANYONE could've done a better job than Jason did on the night. There was also real chemistry between himself and Page/Jones, and I must say that the version of Trampled Underfoot is one of the funkiest i've ever heard, and he really contributed to that IMO. if they do tour, then the occupant of the drum stool is a no brainer, surely. Jason is the man in possession, and it needs to stay that way!
  11. http://www.gigwise.com/news?contentid=39680 To ditch Jason after the O2 show would be disgraceful, and I dont believe that it would happen. Even though Dave would be great, if Zeppelin tour its got to be Jason on the kit. It wouldnt be right if it wasnt, for me.
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