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About zeptangerine

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    Hedgerow Bustle, Maryland, USA
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    Where do I begin... clasic rock with the likes of Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, King Crimson, Harry Potter books (all 4,100 pages worth), knock-off Mensa games/magazines, SBs chocolate truffle coffee, what my kids are up to when their doors are closed, fossils, and national security.

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  1. I never get bored watching a Jimmy interview. He's so animated and physical with his explanations, which makes it bizarre yet fascinating to watch him all the more. Thanks for the treat!
  2. Man you keep rubbin' salt in the wound....we know you were there !! (any more cool pics, btw? )
  3. Hi And Welcome. Great question! No doubt Jimmy and John Paul have probably been jamming together for two hours in Jimmy's living room on a cold winter's eve ... followed by a sip of hot cocoa and off to bed by 10pm. (I think that's called semi-retirement, which is where I'd be if I were 65 y.o.)
  4. That's nice. Anybody know why is this director keeping his pet project on hold for the rest of us who don't live in Toronto or Berlin?
  5. How many times did I see him on Midnight Special? I lost count, that's how many. LEON!
  6. Okay I admit, I'm a e-bay hound, but today I came across the absolute weirdest piece of rock memorabilia I have ever seen- outside of Jimmy's action figures, of course. Check this out: a "Beatles licorice candy record" with a pic of a different Beatle on each disc. Here's a sample of George below. (No wonder he wanted out of the band after 1965. Can you blame him?!) What else have you seen that's Beyond Belief? Crazy? or Simply Rad?
  7. $250! That was probably the Center's entire budget for 1969! Only Peter Grant could make that gig happen.
  8. I just about choked on my coffee when I read this. Back in the 80s, I frequently went to this dumpy little Wheaton Youth Center to see knock-off 60s bands. I wouldn't go near the place today, but could it be true that THE Led Zeppelin played to a house of 55 fans on Jan. 20th 1969? If you were there, let this guy know! Washington Post: Led Zeppelin Played Where? ps- This website mentions that Zep DID play at this youth center on 1-20-69. It's a complete list of shows with songs played at each show.
  9. It's Jeff's SISTER who can be thanked for starting Led Zeppelin, about 6 degrees worth.... she introduced Jeff to Jimmy, from which Jimmy got into The Yardbirds, etc etc- old history but interesting nevertheless.
  10. Thank you Jimmy for staying alive and giving us your sweet music all these years, and thank you John Paul for playing bass so smooth and effortless, and thank you Robert for... um...well... wearing nice boots, and thank you Jason for keeping the sound of Led Zeppelin in your heart.
  11. FLIP FLOP- that's what we get every day with damn daily Zeppelin news alerts. I was so tired of these phony blips and blurbs, I cancelled mine with Google outright. No time wasters please, especially when all I've been reading lately is more about Robert's accolades than anyone elses. Yawn.
  12. It seems like producing an audio release of O2 first would be far easier on Jimmy time wise. And he has a advantage for producing an O2 cd over a video because synchronization isn't an issue. Hopefully he's heard all of the sound board tracks by now, and was happy with them. But I doubt he'll single-handedly produce a gorilla like the DVD; there was like what, 18 cameras at the show? He learned the first time around how difficult concert movies are- and hopefully he didn't hire any French directors for this production... )
  13. If it's not live- it's Memorex... Since Robert is out of the loop and Zeppelin is "no more", my prediction is JP & JPJ are working on releasing the CD version of the O2 show sometime this year.
  14. Well, I gotta big place in my heart for my home team the ! PS:
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