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Levee

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  1. http://www.spin.com/articles/led-zeppelin-every-song-ranked/?utm_source=spinfacebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=spinfacebook
  2. Can't trust a list that doesn't have Vinnie Colaiuta on it.
  3. Black Country Communion - 'Afterglow' J&R / Fontana Release date: October 30, 2012 Format: CD Afterglow, may be the last album we see from Black Country Communion. Bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes said in a recent interview, "I hate to break it to you, but it just may be, because I need to be in a band that tours on a regular basis." Hughes (ex-Deep Purple,) guitarist Joe Bonamassa, keyboardist Derek Sherinian (ex-Dream Theater) and drummer Jason Bonham (Led Zeppelin Experience) got together in 2009. Afterglow is their third studi album.
  4. Black Country Communion - 'Afterglow' J&R / Fontana Release date: October 30, 2012 Format: CD Afterglow, may be the last album we see from Black Country Communion. Bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes said in a recent interview, "I hate to break it to you, but it just may be, because I need to be in a band that tours on a regular basis." Hughes (ex-Deep Purple,) guitarist Joe Bonamassa, keyboardist Derek Sherinian (ex-Dream Theater) and drummer Jason Bonham (Led Zeppelin Experience) got together in 2009. Afterglow is their third studi album.
  5. I miss Roblingblad and poison in a dirty cup.
  6. After 30 years sill my favorite Plant album.Not only on the merits of the album itself,but also what was to come.
  7. Levee

    Sunset Strip

    That's a shame, sign of the times I guess. Hard to believe that much went on in about a 4 block area.
  8. Levee

    Sunset Strip

    http://www.avclub.com/articles/pop-pilgrims-sunset-strip,81995/ If this has been posted before, sorry.
  9. 54 in a few months, saw em both nights 4-19 &4-20 1977 in Cincy.
  10. http://www.cduniverse.com/productinfo.asp?pid=8670069&style=music
  11. Well, there are safety concerns. Whatcha got on those wheels youngster? 3...4 volt. Are there still A lot of heavey creamed soups?
  12. Hi everyone! I've read the whole thread and it's great seeing some names from the past. After reading Jahfins post I realized that's about the same time I joined here (Electric Magic), I can remember the first people I talked to those days, because it was my first attempt at a message board. Chicken-she and her brother Nick were going at it pretty good, very funny stuff. Manders-Sweet, funny, caring and has grown into such a wonderful person. ledded-made me laugh at least 3 times the first week,not afraid to joke about himself and is a class act in my book. Laketh-what can I say? Probably my first best friend in the early days, miss you so much. I'm really hopeful that you give Facebook a try, but if not I'll come here more to see ya. The next group of friends I made came later because I was paying them and thier names run wild through this thread.I just want to say that I'm soooo happy that I joined that day, Because I have made life long friends because of it and i'm so lucky! Knebs, the mouth still hurts, so I'll just go with the spell check name I gave her-Toaster Oven. Damn that was funny,I couldn't make that one up.
  13. I found the food court without any help.I had breakfast on a stick.
  14. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/bonnie-raitt-readies-first-album-in-seven-years-20120103
  15. I think he hit the nail on the head also, thanks for posting Strider. Signed..... mired in the past.........
  16. Jane Scott, longtime Ohio rock critic, dies at 92 Last Updated: 7 hours and 37 minutes ago CLEVELAND (AP) - Jane Scott, a rock music critic who followed everyone from the Beatles to Britney Spears during a long career that continued into her 80s, has died. She was 92. The Plain Dealer, where Scott worked for a half-century, reported that a niece, Linda Scott, said her aunt died early Monday following a long illness. The newspaper did not say where Jane Scott died. Small in stature and always wearing her signature red plastic eyeglasses, Jane Scott was a fixture on the Cleveland rock music scene from the mid-1960s until she retired in 2002, before her 83rd birthday. She would be seen at shows carrying a large purse filled with her arsenal of concert gear - including earplugs and extra pens in case the star pocketed one to sign autographs - and wearing her backstage pass pinned to her lapel. That way, "if anyone tries to take it, they'd have to tear my blouse off," she said. Scott was born in Cleveland and was a 1941 graduate of the University of Michigan, where she majored in English and drama. Her first day at The Plain Dealer was March 24, 1952, three days after Cleveland's Moondog Coronation Ball, considered the world's first rock concert. She began as a society writer, penning columns for teens and senior citizens. It was the Beatles who changed her career and life, though she was more than 20 years older than most of their fans. "The Beatles came here on Sept. 15, 1964, and naturally I went," Scott told The Associated Press when she retired. "I wasn't assigned to it, but I went and I realized - well you would have realized it, too - that a whole new world had opened up for the kids." Becoming The Plain Dealer's rock writer, Scott was the only woman at the news conference when the Beatles returned to Cleveland in 1966. She would later cover a Who's Who of rock royalty, including the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin and David Bowie. The Doors' Jim Morrison once invited her backstage for a beer. When Bruce Springsteen played Cleveland in 1975, Scott's review predicted, "He will be the next superstar." At the time of her retirement, the then-octogenarian rock critic said she knew better than to talk about her beat with her old friends from the University of Michigan. "What are they going to say if I talk about Britney Spears? They've never heard of her," Scott said. The funeral would be held in Ann Arbor, Mich., The Plain Dealer reported, with a memorial service to come later in Cleveland. --- Information from: The Plain Dealer, http://www.cleveland.com
  17. Levee

    Weiner

    Republican or Democrat, you have to step down. Nobody in your party will have anything to do with you now and that means nothing gets done. IMO him trying to hang on to his dignity by not leaving is just nothing short of selfish.
  18. Don't go away mad. Just go away.
  19. Hats off Strider! Best post I have ever read in my 8 years here.
  20. Chaka Khan: Led Zeppelin Lover Monday, 06 June 2011 23:10 Chaka Khan may be a legacy artist in the industry, but that isn't to say the legendary songstress isn't as busy as ever. At the top of her list? A duets album, including a Led Zeppelin cover alongside "American Idol" judge and Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler."We literally just clicked," Khan tells Billboard.com of Tyler. "We were at Elton John's party and we got to talk and we both wanted to sing together. We said, 'Let's do a mutual song, by you know, a neutral band -- a band that we both love,' and we both love Zeppelin." The "I'm Every Woman" singer will record the duet of a yet-to-be-decided Zeppelin tune with Tyler soon, which she has plans to release on a forthcoming double album of duets. From: Times Live
  21. Happy Birthday Liz, hope you had a great day. Don't ever lose that strong opinion!

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