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Jester61

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  • Birthday 09/10/1961

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  1. Heart of rock and roll - Huey Lewis and the News
  2. O.K. -- pick the #1 fruit: Grapes Apples Oranges Bananas The poll is sooooooo lame. Here's another choice: you can only listen to one-- We Are The Champions Penny Lane Wanted Dead or Alive Kashmir Which one would any sane person pick? Duh Bon Jovi That was a yoke!
  3. Love most of the ones mentioned already-- Black Sabboth, Deep Purple, Thin Lizzie (Whiskey in the Jar), Pind Floyd, The Who --So for today here's something a little different: Only 3 huh? U.F.O. - Lights Out Rush - 2112 Crosby, Stills, and Nash - Any Oh yeah, somehow I have 2 Brain Salad Surgery CDs - not one of my top 10 though.
  4. Laughter are you still with this guy? Is it serious or just a thing? Maybe he just hasn't listened to Zep in a while, maybe he needs a quiet evening at home with just you listening to Zep---like maybe on Valentines Day?
  5. I agree- at first I wasn't sure I liked it except for Tall Cool One, but I LOVE White, Clean, and Neat. That is such a cool song.
  6. I hope to see The Cult in Canada and U.F.O. in Tenn. this spring. Both are rockin' bands.
  7. QUOTE (IGG @ Jan 22 2008, 01:36 AM) She's leaving home- Beatles Looking Glass- Brandy Bread- Diary My #1 Cry-every-time-I-hear-it-song: To Sir With Love. I Hate this thread- I only got through page 6
  8. Sounds like a great project. But some of your questions need limiting to some degree since you are asking about such a huge degree of variance (i.e. your favorite LZ song(s)). For some of us it could take forever to decide because it can be constantly changing. And you may get way more information than you need making it difficult for you to go through or judge your data (but you may also get some terrific information). This seems like an impossible task for me, but I'll give it a try just for you. Thanks ever so much if you could help me out. It's only ten simple questions afterall. 1. How long have you been listening to Led Zeppelin? 1976ish 2. What would you say is your favourite album of theirs? Physical Graffiti 3. Your favourite song(s)? In no paticular order: Custard Pie, In My Time of Dying, Kashmir, Bron-yr-aur Stomp, In the Evening, South Bound Saurez, Fool in the Rain, All My Love, D'yer Mak'er, Hangman, Nobody's Fault But Mine, Stairway to Heaven, Black Dog, Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman), Dazed and Confused, What is and What should Never Be. I give up, the list is too long. 4. In terms of design, what would you say is their most powerful album sleeve? Led Zeppelin II 5. What colours or colour schemes would you generally associate with the band? Blue Jean, Black, Red 6. During which period of their career would you say they were at their creative peak? 68-75 7. In general, what do you think would be the most effective means of introducing the band’s music to the younger generations? Connect it with I-Pod, I-Phone, I-Lost my mind? 8. Who or what made you start listening to them? RADIO 9. Apart from the obvious iconic image of the zeppelin, what do you think is the strongest form of imagery associated with the band? The Swan Song Emblem (Poppy to some) 10. Finally, in no more than five words, what do you love about Led Zeppelin? Lyrics, Music, Feelings, Fantasy, Mystery Best of luck!! Thanks everybody, I massively appreciate this.
  9. I'm from Georgetown, Ky. Yes I work at Toyota-- husband too.
  10. I'm not from Venezuela. I lived in Caracas when I was a child, and returned for a visit when I was in high school. Many wonderful things there! In the thread about our screen names, the poodle I had when I was a child was brought home to me by my father when we lived there. I still have some pictures of living and visiting there.
  11. My first pet was a black poodle when I was about 5. Medium size. One day I said in passing to my husband how elegant poodles are (the standards). Well that year for my birthday I woke up to a little black fuzz ball licking my face. My husband bought me a black standard. As a little puppy he was so entertaining to watch that I named him Jester. And yes the 61 is when I was born and that tells you just how old I am!
  12. Found on the web site NOW, Science & Health: "Acute mercury poisoning results from the ingestion of soluble mercury salts, which violently corrode skin and mucous membranes. Although cases have occurred in which persons have ingested elemental mercury without suffering permanent damage, mercury vapor aspirated into the lungs can cause severe pneumonia and death. But although mercury has such widespread use, it has long been known to be highly toxic in both liquid and gaseous forms, causing brain and/or liver damage if ingested, or with prolonged exposure. In its pure metal form, mercury is not deadly, but in compounds such as mercuric chloride, it is lethal. Many organic mercury compounds are also quite important — and quite dangerous. Sources:Wikipedia; The Mercury Monitor; Hermograph Press; The Element Mercury " "Outside the door she took four more" The Rolling Stones Who was the diplomat in Bob Dylan's song?
  13. We come from the lands of ice and snow - oh I mean Kentucky Bluegrass at about 19 degrees with lots of wind. I'm dreading looking at my car in the morning because some branch flew out of a tree and hit my car while I was driving home from work.
  14. I'd put up a copy of the cover but can't figure out how to get it on here. My most recent purchase was PURE CULT THE SINGLES 1984-1995 My favorite tracks are on it are: Fire Woman Lil' Devil Spiritwalker The Witch Rain Edie (Ciao Baby) Wild Flower This CD rocksssss!
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