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  1. Since I've Been Loving You from the August 4, 1979 Knebworth show.
  2. Today I listened to the 1973-07-17 Seattle, Washington (Afterburner), in honor of today being the 39th anniversary of that show! :-)
  3. In honor of 34 years ago tonight, April 27, 1977 at Richfield, Coliseum, Richfield (Cleveland), Ohio, I am listening to Destroyer. Kashmir is playing right now!
  4. I am so glad this thread got bumped today!!! The LA shows recorded by Mike Millard and the soundboard shows; April 27 (Cleveland), May 21 (Houston, May 26 & 28 (Landover) & June 7 (New York). Also, the April 28, Cleveland, Ohio audience recording. I’m bias to the Ohio show being from Columbus. In fact 34 years ago tonight (April 20, 1977), I was a 16 year old Led Zeppelin nut, at Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, Ohio having one of the best nights of my life! While at work today, in honor of this, I listened to what little audience recording that has surfaced from this night. Along with Destroyer (soundboard) from Cleveland, April 27.
  5. Sweet, very nice!!! Great stuff, as I learned a lot that I did not know before. Thanks for sharing the story and what wonderful pictures!
  6. The entire "In Through The Out Door" album. This whole album has JPJ fingerprints all over it, along with Robert's!!! Jimmy was strung out on dope and Bonzo on booze during these sessions. One of my top 3 LZ albums!
  7. Wow, Black Oak Arkansas!!! My very first concert ever November 19, 1975: Black Oak Arkansas - w/Foghat & Montrose @ Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, Ohio
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  9. BUCK'EYE' DOC, Nice write up on the Columbus show! I had forgotten how small the LC Pavilion is and the band sounded absolutely fantastic! I can't wait for the release of the CD... Also, I would like to say a big thank you to John Paul Jones, for signing my In Through The Out Door album jacket and making it now complete!
  10. Hello and welcome Asha!!!
  11. I agree with you. I like all the songs, but it is a shame that digital music technology came after they had disbanded. It would have been nice to have had these songs on the albums related to when they were recorded. I believe this would have enhanced each of these albums that much more. Also, every time I hear a song from Coda it saddens me, knowing that Led Zeppelin was no more when it was released.
  12. The one and only time I saw them was April 20, 1977. So that is the best one too me!!!:-)
  13. I love Tea for One! In 1976 my high school sweetheart gave Presence for my 16th birthday. As Robert had longed-for Maureen, I longed-for my girlfriend. To this day, every time I hear this song it reminds me of her and she knows it.
  14. One of my all-time favorite entertainers, he will be missed. My thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.
  15. Ever since its release in August 1979, ITTOD has been my 3rd favorite Led Zeppelin album.
  16. My top 5 bands: 1). Led Zeppelin 2). Bad Company 3). Queen 4). Rush 5). U2
  17. My high school sweetheart in 1976 gave me this album for my 16th birthday. Every time I see my old LP or hear Tea for One, I always think of her.
  18. This song does not get much love, but I have always liked the album version of Foghat's, Slow Ride.
  19. Good point! When I see someone wearing one of the reproduction black 1977 tour T-shirts, I go up to them and say "I have one exactly like that at home, but mine came from one of the 1977 shows." 1977 Veteran; April 20, Cincinnati, Ohio
  20. A very beautiful and gifted woman. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.
  21. AMEN!!! You have summed it up great! As I always say to the 77 bashers, I guess you just had to have been there
  22. The first Led Zeppelin album, I ever bought shortly after its release in 1975. I had already obtained LZ III and Houses Of The Holy from a friend of mine, in a trade. I gained a better appreciation of LZ III, after listening to the second LP of Physical Graffiti a few times.
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