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maven2blue

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  1. It does seem a little odd though that someone who doesn't remember being that guy anymore can recall so many details about the Fillmore in 1968.

    I agree. He has what is called "selective memory" :lol: I like the second video where he has these spontaneous moments. At times like that, he'll say about anything. Much different from a planned sit down interview.


  2. I posted this in a TEC awards thread on another forum and just now decided to bring it over here. Maybe there on other people who feel the same as I do about Robert and Raising Sand.

    After thinking about what he said about this project and putting it with other comments that he has made since Raising Sand began, I think that he has found something that he has spent much of his life looking for, something that has remained elusive till now. This goes beyond music. He radiates joy and seems at peace with himself, to me anyway. I can't say for certain what that "something" is but is probably involves the mental and maybe spiritual. Anyway, I'm happy that he is making music he enjoys and that it has brought him to a place where he found answers.


  3. Yeppers!! She and John Waite are definetly an item and are rumoured to be engaged. They attend each others shows when they can. I heard he goes around calling himself "John Krauss", LOL BTW, I think he can sing too and is a hottie himself, lucky Alison!!

    Anyways, back on topic, I have always loved Robert's stage moves. He is so sexy!

    Have you seen the video, they did together for the song "Missing You'? I love the way they look at each other when she walks into the studio. They just light up. Powerful stuff. B)


  4. The locked AND pinned thread at the top, can it not be retired now? :blink::mellow:

    Cherry tomatoes. Lil f'rs, all squirty and whatnot.

    Doggy doo on the lawn..... :angry:

    Oh, the 20 dollar increase in Comcast's bill, no notice, no options; screw them, I'm thinking about going local.

    The economy.

    Yeah, I wish they wouldn't put them on salad bars at restaurants. Large chunks of carrots in salads are a no no also.


  5. Thanks for posting Xtazy. This is the AC/DC, I know and love. Didn't expect them to do anything different. I would have been horrified if they had mellowed out. :D IMO, they are the best rock band today in terms of longevity and energy. I can't wait for the concert and DVD.

    Favorite songs:

    Big Jack

    Spoilin' For a Fight

    Decibel

    Rock 'N Roll Train

    Rocking all the way

    Anything Goes

    War Machine

    Black Ice

    Stormy May Day


  6. Plant speaking to Neil McCormick in the Telegraph:"It's really about going into the place in your soul at the time you get the calling," he told me when I spoke to him last year. "There is nothing on the planet that's worth doing now that isn't compulsory to my soul's passage. There's not one single step I will take in front of the next if it isn't going in the right place."

    That is my prayer answered. :)


  7. I've smoked pot about 8 or 9 times. Never got anything out it whatsoever. Someone told me that I wasn't inhaling deep enough. I said that if you've got have the ability to "suck a golf ball through 10 feet of garden hose" to get anything out of a joint then just forget it, I'm too lazy. :lol:


  8. When I was a child, in the late 1970's, my family vacationed in Galveston. My grandparents lived in Southeast Texas close to the shore. The thing that I remembered most about Galveston was the 1900 hurricane because it was still a big deal to people who lived there. They were proud of how they rebuilt and remained prepared for another hurricane. I can't remember all the details because it was 30 years ago but the significance of that particular hurricane remained in my memory.


  9. Since no publicists involved with the three original members of LZ, their management companies, or assorted entourage have issued a statement regarding the Sun report, I just assumed everyone in the United Kingdom was enjoying a bank holiday or at the pub and I made a comment alluding to this erroneous belief on this forum. Looks like Gigwise tracked someone down and received a "no comment" on Friday. My bad.

    http://www.gigwise.com/news/46349/robert-p...in-reunion-tour

    Yeah, their only source was the Sun.

    Did you look at the pictures underneath the article? "Led Zeppelin through the years" OMG! I saved a few. I thank you so much for posting this link. :)

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