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The Only Way To Fly

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  1. RIP John Henry. I was in 7th grade and 12 years old when this happened. I remember it very well. It was shortly after this that the local movie theater ran a midnight show of The Song Remains The Same. My dad took me and I thought it was the coolest thing ever.
  2. Any Amen Dunes fans here? Got to see them in Chicago just before the world went to shit.
  3. Fleet Foxes dropped a new LP on 22 September called Shore. I was an uber fan through all of their released up until Crack Up (2017). You can stream the new release at their website https://www.fleetfoxes.co/ At first listen its a nice return to a familiar sound. Crack Up, IMO is an acquired taste. Enjoying this so far. Pitchfork review: https://pitchfork.com/news/fleet-foxes-release-new-album-shore-listen/
  4. As much as I try I still can't get into the 1979 Copenhagen shows. They just sound so thin and distant. I much prefer Blueberry Hill or other audience recordings.
  5. Also missing is the Plantation from the end of the show (at least on my boxed set version). New York... Goodnight! I always loved that. There was plenty of space to include it as the audience cheers after Whole Lotta Love goes on for a fair bit. Whenever I play it I say goodnight to New York myself. The girlfriend just looks at me dazed and confused.
  6. Hey about the Maui gig. The gig looks SO small - only a handful of people. Maybe a couple of hundred? I LOVE Hendrix, but don't have the knowledge like I do with Zeppelin. You'd think a Hendrix gig in 1970 would have drawn thousands. What a beautiful and intimate venue, it looks so peaceful compared to Woodstock and Altamont. Thanks!
  7. +1 One of my favorite acoustic sets. Closed 2nd for me is the acoustic set from the BBC sessions. LOVE how chatty Plant was during the gigs in 1970/1971.
  8. I wonder if the drum battle between Dave Grohl and Nandi Bushell influenced that decision. I reckon it did.
  9. I look forward to this day every year. Hard to believe it was 50 years ago now. I first heard it inn 1984 or 1985. My favorite parts are the acoustic set. Plant SO chatty - just love to hear him talk. And of course the WLL medley. ✌️
  10. It's interesting for sure and am looking forward to hearing the full version. Hearing only a minute or so of the track I can kind of see why they dropped it from the set. Maybe hearing the full version will change my mind, but first impression is I like the studio and outtake versions better.
  11. Any love for the shows they opened with We're Gonna Groove? I LOVE watching Bonzo on the drums during the RAH show. They only opened with this a handful of times and am glad we have what we do.
  12. Happy 72nd Birthday Robert! Hope you have a wonderful day!
  13. It was a great trip Strider! We even made it to the concert hall and walked around inside. Which it's not really a concert hall at all, it's a basketball court and health club. Here's a video I made in and around the hall.
  14. I got super excited when I saw this, but then I read that it's Possibly in existence. The thing I love about the soundcheck (Chicago or wherever its from) is that they sound like they are having so much fun. Sadly when I listen to the last rehearsal, the vibe is much different. Hope that this will show up one day!
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