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  1. Perhaps a little but then there is context to consider as well. In any event i edited the message and this is my last posting regarding this matter
  2. That is the second time you made the point so allow me and suggest you concern yourself with you own life and not mine
  3. I admit i am not God(god) -now get a life and stop obsessing over my posts
  4. Killer solo on Suite Madame Blue though. I remember seeing them in late 70s,had 10th floors and the solo blew me away. As for the Moody Blues, Days of Future Passed now there is an innovative album
  5. Some of Suite Madame Blue sounds like Babe I am gonna leave you
  6. Always in the sun eh? What is that in the background?
  7. I dont understand why doctors are so quick to medicate for patients that clearly have cognitive disorders. I mean exercise,proper nutrition and focusing on the joy of the present seems to help much more than medication
  8. euro

    Swine Flu

    What we have now that did not have then are anti-viral drugs, more people can access public health care systems, international co-operation and a lot more knowledge.
  9. I remember buying alot of those albums Nice to see people have passion for vinyl,seems especially prevalent among the younger music fans. I have slowly benn giving away my albums to those worthy(i.e those who show an ethusiam for the music and vinyl),although many look at me incredulously as if i have committed an act of sacrililege by giving away the vinyl
  10. There is also a connection with Orwell's "Animal Farm"
  11. And Judaism is just as moronic so I am not sure what your point is. I hope you are not trying to argue the intellecutal merits of Judaism over Chrisitianity?
  12. Led Zeppelin much more diverse and eclectic throughout their career AC/DC never has or never will deviate from their simple riff and chord structure,and Zeppelin were no slouches with regards to that type of music either They do share a common fan base to some extent among those fans that like their music exclusively loud but their music is totally different. Zeppelin much more influential and time-tested,and arguably the most influential artist post-Beatles i
  13. <H1 class=contentTitle>Grammy Winners Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Discussed on Howard Stern 2/9/09</H1>February 09, 2009 10:27 AM EST (Updated: February 09, 2009 03:36 PM EST) views: 371 | rating: 8.6/10 (10 votes) | comments: 18 function resetForm(formId){ var form = document.getElementById(formId); if(form) { form.reset(); }}Grammy winners Robert Plant and Alison Krauss were dissected today on Howard Stern. Stern said Robert Plant is unrecognizable from his former Led Zeppelin self. Stern said he remembered when Robert Plant wore belly shirts and platform shoes, he said now Robert Plant looks like he's from somewhere in "Middle Earth". Howard went on to say Robert Plant looks so bad, he could have starred in "The Wrestler" and, just like Mickey Rourke, he wouldn't have had to wear any make-up. The Stern Show Grammy dissection continued when the crew admitted none of them had any idea who Alison Krauss was. Robert Plant, the 60-year-old lead singer of the iconic rock band Led Zeppelin, and 37-year-old bluegrass fiddler Alison Krauss teamed up last year to release the CD "Raising Sun" - the collaboration earned the unlikely pair five Grammy Awards last night. Robert Plant said "In the old days we would have called this selling out. But it's a nice way to spend a Sunday." The Stern crew got a kick out of that. Alison Krauss was actually on Gather last April promoting the "Raising Sand" CD. If you'd like, you can read Alison's posts about working with Robert Plant and check out her Gather profile. Peace & Love Keep up with everything happening on The Howard Stern show. Visit my Gather Group howardstern.gather.com Last week on Howard Stern, Howard interviewed director Ron Howard about his daughter Bryce Howard's brush with the Christain Bale meltdown
  14. I find "Magic" kinda trite. The best thing he has done this decade in my opinion if "The Rising"
  15. Nana Mouskouri Gold-What a great voice!
  16. The production and sound on "Presence" is phenomenal to this date
  17. I really like sleeping to their music. The ethereal nature of their music really does wonders on the dreams
  18. Supergroup seems attached to the commercial success of a band,a term from the 70s. I would say that Zeppelin were in the 70s the supergroup of supergroups(though Pink Floyd gave them a good run for their money-they may have even sold more albums than Zeppelin to date).
  19. Yes I do there are just too many starving musicians out there who deserve a bit of commercial success
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