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lynn

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  1. Slave to Zep Don't assume your leg pain is originating from your joints, it may be muscular. I have had the same symptoms with leg pain which worsened when lying down. I have found Pilates and yoga have helped tremendously with aches and pains. I started doing stretch and basic yoga along with Pilates 4 years ago and have had very good results. I am fortunate to work with a personal trainer, she stretches my hip flexors, quads and hamstrings which has relieved my leg pain. Like you, I assumed the pain was from my joints. The best advice I can give you is to try stretching under the guidance of a professional trainer either one on one or join a class. Having a MD clear you first is probably a good idea to make sure there is no joint disease. Even if you do have some arthritic changes a physician would probably clear you to do stretching with a qualified instructor.
  2. Sorry, again.... still having trouble with posting. Re: Robert's reply about Hotdog, I recall him specifically saying Audrey's name while imitating a Southern accent.
  3. Sorry, my answer ended up in the quote box, guess I haven't figured out how to use the new features on the forum as of yet!
  4. You're Welcome! Now if we can just get Knebby up in that loft of hers to dig out some more pics.....
  5. BUMP Danny Goldberg, Publicist/Swan Song President Photo: posted by Miss Pamela from RO Goldberg was hired by Led Zeppelin through the prestigious PR firm of Solters, Roskin and Sabinson. Goldberg was in charge of the firm's rock n roll division. He began working for the band in 1973, a few months after the release of LZ's 5th album, Houses of the Holy. The band were due to start a US tour in May of 1973 and wanted better press. Goldberg was in his early 20's and very much in touch with the current US music scene and business. He was young and experienced, had hair longer than the band's members, was a vegetarian, he did not smoke or drink alcohol. He was quickly accepted by the band members. Interesting side note, Goldberg had once written for Rolling Stone magazine and he was able to use that experience to suggest ways that LZ could navigate around the magazine in order to get better press from them. He developed an effective strategy for interviews and press releases for the upcoming US tour after the HOTH release. In 1974 Swan Song was launched and Goldberg was hired away from Solters, Roskin and Sabinson to run the new label from offices on Madison Ave, NYC. He continued in that position until 1976, at that time Peter Grant removed him from the US arm of the label, closed the UK operation and moved the label to Montreux, Switzerland. Goldberg recently wrote a book, "Bumping into Geniuses - My Life Inside the Rock n Roll Business" This was all the info I could find, if anyone else can add to this, please do!
  6. Another one from the same day
  7. Here's some more pics of the same day, I think. (the one pic posted by communication breakdown)
  8. Blocoboy, Interesting! The last ad you posted is the first time I've ever seen Obstweedle spelled without the "H". The only other place I've seen it spelled this way was in the liner notes for 66 to Timbuktu which were written by Plant. It seems in many interviews over the years, it has been spelled with the"H". This is probably why there is always so much confusion about the correct spelling of the name. Good find.
  9. Thanks Glicine for the link, I especially liked #5 and #20 but Robert looked good in all those pics.
  10. RE: the article from SOUNDS I found that quite by accident but thought it fit in nicely with the topic of the thread. I guess Robert doesn't have such a bad memory after all!!
  11. I came across this on RO forum posted by "Wailing Sounds" This was an interview with RP talking about his early influences and the bands he sang with in the early years before Zep. The magazine was SOUNDS, not sure of the publication date but the pic of Plant on the front appears to be early 80's. Enlarge photo, if you mouse over pic an arrow cursor will appear, click on that and it will enlarge the pic further so you can read the text.
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