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    Jimmy Page, Music, Riding my motorcycle, drawing, reading, camping and dreaming of Jimmy.
  1. Awesome website you've create!

  2. I love his long hair. It makes him younger looking and it makes him feel younger. Jimmy is awsome anyway he wears his hair. I love him
  3. These two pictures are so dark and deep. Wouldnt you like to know what he is thinking? Here he is so young and so peaceful
  4. (OTHER) To have it be 1970 and know the future.
  5. I am not sure about that quote but I have heard it before and it sounds right. Here is a site that has tons of quotes from our boys....enjoy!!! http://www.led-zeppelin.org/reference/index.php?m=assorted1
  6. I just love Jimmy's pouty lips...ummmmm (cover of the New Uncut Magazine January 2009)
  7. I would do totally the same thing. I used to think about this alot and wished I could find it for him. Just to see him smile face to face would be so awsome!! I'm sure who ever has it doesnt realize it or it's for sale at some salvation army discount store. Oh the thought makes me sick!!
  8. I have read this book many times and have read just about every other book out there. Most of what is in HOTG is in the other books also. So I am confused as to what parts are not true? Can anyone clarify for me. what is not true and what is? Thanks Kimm
  9. I totally agree with you. Watching him play four sticks was thrilling for me, he gave me goose bumps. He had the drummers Mojo for sure. My heart aches for his family and close friends. He will be watched over and taken good care of.
  10. Nice to meet you John, from one Zep fan to another. May the power of Page be with you!!

  11. By kimmtorres Tuesday, November 25, 2008 Sad news: Drummer Michael Lee has died I've just learned of the unexpected passing of drummer Michael Lee, who collaborated with Jimmy Page and Robert Plant on tour and in the studio for several years. Michael drummed for Robert Plant beginning with the recording of his 1993 album Fate of Nations. He can be heard on that album's "Memory Song (Hello Hello)" and "Network News." Robert Plant asked him to go on tour as the drummer for his tour, and he gladly accepted. They spent some time opening for Lenny Kravitz on that tour. Led Zeppelin's singer was closing his sets with "Whole Lotta Love," and Michael Lee was a major part of it all. A keen sense of timing is one thing a good drummer should have. Michael's was great since Robert Plant's next career move was to reteam with Jimmy Page. Half of Led Zeppelin was playing regularly for the first time in 15 years and, Michael was along for the ride. He drummed for the Unledded sessions and promoted the No Quarter album release with Page and Plant. As Page and Plant then took their band on tour for the next year, Lee may have been the world's most-watched drummer. They trotted across the globe and packed houses while they put a new twist on Led Zeppelin's music with local orchestras and an assembly of Lebanese, Egyptian and Moroccan musicians. But when they were just a fourpiece playing Led Zeppelin songs, they were very much like Led Zeppelin. Whoever filmed this rare live rendition of "Achilles Last Stand" played in Japan in 1996 liked getting shots of Michael Lee's rat-a-tat-tat. The one thing Page and Plant hadn't done with their new group that whole time was write some new material. Finally, Michael got the chance to participate in some songwriting sessions in 1997. As a result, he and bassist Charlie Jones are credited alongside Page and Plant as co-writing every song on Walking into Clarksdale. The scaled-down fourpiece band embarked on a tour in 1998 to support this album. The two times I saw Michael Lee play live were during this tour, on July 7 and 10. Thanks to some videos, I've also been able to enjoyed several other shows with Michael Lee on drums. My favorite memory of his drumming is how he threw himself into the quick drum solo at the end of "Rock and Roll" so much that he once accidentally hit his forehead with a drum stick. Then he was joking about it before the next show to fans, and he jokingly compared the lump on his head to the ones Bugs Bunny would get in the cartoons. It was just before some 1999 tour dates that Robert Plant slipped away from Page and took Charlie Jones with him. Michael Lee evidently stayed with Jimmy Page, as Lee was there for the very next live appearance with Page, which took place in October 1999 at Net Aid. They unveiled a new instrumental at that show, "Domino," and to this date, it stands as the only original number Page has released since Walking into Clarksdale. Since Michael Lee was there for that too, it's pretty clear how important he was in the ongoing story of Led Zeppelin's former members in the 1990s. Michael Lee, also known as Michael Gary Pearson, will be missed.
  12. NO WAY JOSE!!!!! The boy's are too good for this type of thing.
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