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  1. JaredR59

    2014 reunion?

    Robert Plant recently said that he has nothing to do in 2014. Do you think that if Robert was open to another reunion that Jimmy or John would be on board as well.
  2. What do you think is Led Zeppelin's best rendition of a song. My personal opinion is this:
  3. JaredR59

    Led Zeppelin Vinyl

    Does Led Zeppelin sound best on vinyl?
  4. JaredR59

    Robert's Vocals

    What year or show do you think Robert was at his vocal peak?
  5. Of the two Knebworth performances which was better? Also, which performance was on the Led Zeppelin DVD.
  6. In terms of the music produced who do you think had the best solo career post Led Zeppelin.
  7. JaredR59

    Mysterious photo of Jimmy...

    Does anybody know where this photo of Jimmy came from.
  8. Which concert in your opinion was better: Earls Court May 24th or May 25th?
  9. We have just completed a brand new fine art portfolio of prints taken by renowned photographer Herbie Greene in 1969 in his studio in San Francisco. Here is a link to the dedicated webpage of the Led Zeppelin Portfolio. Many of these photos have not been seen before and are intimate portraits of the band just before their first US tour in 1969. http://ledzeppelinportfolio.comLedZeppelinPortfolioPR.pdf
  10. A friend phoned me a few minutes ago to tell me Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters have been secured as the headline act for the 2013 Byron Bay Bluesfest, to be held on 30th March next year. More details to follow.
  11. markbowmanimages

    Oh yeah..........?

    Oh yeah????? Robert Plant - 1985 3 weeks before Live Aid....... Photo: Mark Bowman Images WEBSITE: www.markbowmanimages.com FACEBOOK PAGE: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mark-Bowman-Images/200656080063765
  12. Universal Music Group has signed a worldwide distribution deal with Artists Den to release the public television show's episode featuring Robert Plant and the Band of Joy. It is the first time UMG and the show have worked together and Universal Music Enterprises president Bruce Resnikoff tells Billboard.biz "I hope it's the first of many projects with them." Universal will release "Robert Plant & the Band of Joy: Live from the Artists Den" on DVD and Blu Ray on July 10 and worldwide on July 9 through Universal Music Group International. Previous Artists Den releases had gone through Sony RED. "We made a number of deals to get the global rights," Resnikoff says. "By combining global sales and marketing throughout the world, the pieces of the puzzle fit right." Artists Den founder and executive producer Mark Lieberman agreed the international aspect was a key selling point. Nether Resnikoff nor Lieberman would comment on any future projects, only saying that they are working on another release down the road. The Artist Den concept -- place star performers such as Adele or Elvis Costello in non-traditional venues such as Graceland or the New York City Public Library -- resonated with Resnikoff from the start; he began talks about the Plant DVD prior to it being shot. "'Artists Den' separates itself from other shows because it is done in an intimate way with superstars [performing] a mix of current and past music that is easy to connect with as a musical event," Resnikoff says. "You knew [this would work] before it was done so it was not something that needed to be made before I got involved." The DVD will also be presented as a featured story and product release for public television's National Pledge starting July 26. Artists Den Entertainment produces the show in association with WNET New York Public Media; American Public Television distributes it. "The great thing about the DVD space," Resnikoff notes, "is even though it's off sales wise as a whole, the re-creation of the live experience, the concert experience, has not fallen off. A great video recording [means] you don't have to search the Internet for bootlegs, the cost is a relatively small investment and it's an experience that can be enjoyed over and over." Plant created Band of Joy with guitarist Buddy Miller and singer Patty Griffin after his success with Alison Krauss on Raising Sand, his 2007 release that led to five Grammy wins. Plant's Band of Joy album -- the title is a reference to the group he formed with John Bonham prior to Led Zeppelin -- peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 in October 2010. It has sold 232,000 copies, according to Soundscan figures. On the 16-song DVD, Plant and the Band of Joy revisit six Led Zeppelin songs -- "Black Dog," "Houses of the Holy," "Tangerine," "Ramble On," "Gallows Pole" and "Rock and Roll" -- four songs from the Band of Joy album, "Move Up" from Page and Plant and a few of Plant's solo works. Plant recently announced the formation of a new band, the Sensational Space Shifters, with Griffin and members of his former backing band Strange Sensation. Drawing inspiration from "the roots music of Mississippi, Appalachia, Gambia, Bristol and the foothills of Wolverhampton," the band is scheduled to appear Gloucester's Guildhall on May 8, at the HMV Forum in London and the 30th anniversary Womad festival in July and at the Sunflower River Blues and Gospel Festival in Clarksdale, Miss., on Aug. 11. http://www.billboard.biz/bbbiz/industry/record-labels/exclusive-universal-opens-door-for-robert-1007189752.story
  13. Stellar review of Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day by guitarist and recording artist Brian Robbins, featured at Jambands.com: http://www.jambands.com/features/2012/11/30/led-zeppelin-s-celebration-day-why-the-duck-face-matters?1
  14. By Adam Gold November 1, 2012 8:00 AM ET Robert Plant and Buddy Miller. Erika Goldring/Getty Images Although Jimmy Page says the prospects for a Led Zeppelin reunion aren't looking good, fans may well have the considerable consolation of a rocking new Robert Plant solo record to look forward to in 2013. Band of Joy guitarist and producer Buddy Miller tells Rolling Stone that the Led Zeppelin singer visited his home studio in Nashville last year for a casual joint songwriting session that proved fertile, yielding an inspired batch of songs that the pair quickly recorded with Band of Joy drummer Marco Giovino. "We didn't mean to, but we sort of wrote a record's worth [of material] and I said, 'While we're doing this, why don't I put up some mics and document it,' because that's better than just trying to remember it or record it on your phone," Miller explains. "And it sounded so good I think we, you know, accidentally made a record." It's not finished yet, and there's no indication whether Plant will actually release it when it is, so Miller chooses his words carefully. "I don't know how much [Robert] would want me talkin' about it," he says, though he does allow that the songs they recorded would make for a raw counterpart to Plant's 2010 LP Band of Joy. "If the last record might be pastoral, parts of it, [this one's] much more tribal; it's much more urgent and tribal and, dare I say, rockin'!" Plant has plenty to keep him busy for now, between the new Celebration Day concert film and news that Jimmy Page is working on remastered box sets for each of Zeppelin's albums, which means it may take a while for the new songs to surface. "He's Robert Plant and he can do whatever he wants to," Miller says. "He's got some Zeppelin stuff coming up now, so it's going to be next year before [the record] sees the light of day, that's what we're talking about." Plant wasn't the only English singer to stop by Miller's place. Richard Thompson also found himself cutting tracks there, after the producer persuaded him during a visit to Nashville earlier this year. "I said, ‘Hey, you're in Nashville, how can you not [utilize] a few of these amazing players we have here?'" As a result, Miller, Thompson and Thompson's rhythm section worked up an album in just a couple of weeks. "I played along on the record, playing rhythm guitar for him, and I got a two-week guitar lesson while he camped out in my house," Miller said of the sessions, which featured contributions from famed bluegrass fiddler Stuart Duncan and Alison Krauss, who sings on a song. Thompson has yet to settle on a title for the album, which is due next year on New West Records. "We're going back and forth on the title," Miller says, joking. "So I wouldn't want to say, because what I'd have to say now, I'm hoping will change." Miller also recently teamed with singer-songwriter and Americana architect Jim Lauderdale for Buddy & Jim, a duets record due December 10th on New West. "We made it in three days, but it's so good it sounds like it took four," Miller jokes. In August the pair also launched the Buddy & Jim Show on Sirius XM's Outlaw Country channel. Read more: http://www.rollingst...1#ixzz2AzezkHvd
  15. markbowmanimages

    Led Zeppelin - Houston 1975 (4 new ones....)

    These have never been published anywhere in the past 37+ years.... Thanks, Sam for archiving them!! I wish I would have had a better camera than a crappy little Kodak 110 camera with a single roll of 24 images for Houston 1975...Ahh,. the "old days" What I would have given to have had my Nikon! Time to share them - these are for DavidZoso, to add to his mighty archive....! ENJOY L.Z.F.!!
  16. ledzepslave

    Robert Plant pre-zep

    I saw a picture of Robert Plant from 1966 and thought he was absolutely adorable with short hair. Anyone have any of him with really short hair from then?
  17. Hats off to Led Zeppelin are very proud to announce that from 2012 our promotion and management will be handled by Bandwagon Productions and Warren Grant. Warren’s experience in the music industry is second only to his father, the late Peter Grant, legendary manager of Led Zeppelin, who rewrote the book on band management. Having spent several years working in many areas, Warren has decided to return to music promotion and sees Hats Off To Led Zeppelin as the perfect band to return with. Not content with being Europe's best and most authentic tribute to Led Zeppelin, Hats off to Led Zeppelin have managed to go one step further and been taken under the wing of Warren Grant, son of the legendary Led Zepplein manager Peter Grant. Warren went to see the band perform last year in Bournemouth, close to his home, and was so impressed with the band he decided to approach them about joining forces. Warren said 'Hats off to you guy...keep up the outstanding work, you really did the band justice' Come and see the band on tour all over the UK and beyond. www.hatsofftoledzeppelin.co.uk April 27th De Pul, Uden, Netherlands. 28th the Rock Temple, Kerkrade, Netherlands. May Friday 11th May - Nottingham Arts Theatre Saturday 12th May - Billingham Forum Theatre Sunday 13th May - Thame, Music in the Park Festival Saturday 26th May - The Old Brewery, Faversham Thursday 31st May - Torch Theatre, Milford Haven June Saturday 9th June - Reeferstock Festival, Hebden Bridge (Headline) Saturday 16th June - General Henry’s, Littlehampton Friday 29th June - Number 8 Arts Centre, Pershore July Friday 13th July - Exmouth Pavilon Saturday 14th July - Mowlem Theatre, Swanage Sunday 15th July - Basingstoke Festival (supporting The Jam) Friday 20th July - Wyvern Theatre, Swindon August Friday 3rd August - Congress Theatre, Eastbourne Saturday 4th August - The Old Bell Hotel, Derby Sunday 5th August - The New Roscoe, Leeds Friday 10th August - Pure Bar, Basingstoke Saturday 18th August - The Stables, Milton Keynes Thursday 30th August - Regent Centre, Christchurch Friday 31st August - Quay Theatre, Sudbury September Saturday 1st September - Marrs Bar, Worcester Friday 7th September - Playhouse, Weston Super Mare Saturday 8th September - Fairfield Halls, Croydon Friday 14th September - The Roses, Tewkesbury Saturday 15th September - Roemand Festival, NL (Headline) Thursday 20th September - Towngate Theatre, Basildon Friday 21st September - Leamington, Royal Spa Centre Thursday 27th September - Byre Theatre, St Andrews (TBC) Friday 28th September - Berwick-Upon-Tweed, The Maltings Saturday 29th September - Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh October Thursday 4th October - The Castle, Wellingborough Friday 5th October - Town Hall Theatre, Hartlepool Saturday 6th October - Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe Tuesday 9th October - Eden Court, Inverness Wednesday 10th October - Webster Theatre, Arbroath Thursday 11th October - Concert Hall, Motherwell Saturday 13th October - Hampshire OctoberFest (Headline) Thursday 18th October - Palace Theatre, Mansfield Friday 19th October - Finns, Weymouth Saturday 20th October - Jersey Opera House Thursday 25th October - The New Roscoe, Leeds Friday 26th October - Railway Venue, Bolton Saturday 27th October - Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury November Thursday 1st November - Grove Theatre, Dunstable Friday 9th November - The Garage, Swansea Saturday 10th November - Riverfront Theatre, Newport
  18. I wish Led Zeppelin would have played Custard Pie live because I would really be interested in seeing Robert’s mannerisms throughout the song… its all such a clever innuendo
  19. I thought that some of you would get a kick out of seeing these 2 attached drawings that I've done. The first is a 24"x30" conte & charcoal portrait of Mr. Plant. I was pleased with his likeness here, as I ran the risk of hiding his identity with his hands and the harmonica. The second is a 14"x17" pencil drawing of a younger Plant & Page on stage. Each of these drawings took over 40 hours to render. Needless to say, I listened to my entire Zep collection while working on these. Let me know what you think. Feel free to e-mail me, if you'd like an 8"x10" acid-free print of either. Both originals are still available too. markdraws@hotmail.com http://www.marktumber.com
  20. Hear Page & Plant’s momentous reunion show from 1995’s Glastonbury Festival on SiriusXM’s new “Live from the BBC Vault” series! TODAY, Nov 7 at 10pm ET on Classic Vinyl, SiriusXM channel 26. For more info & rebroadcast times, visit www.siriusxm.com/classicvinyl. Not a subscriber? Get a Free 7-Day Online Trial of SiriusXM at www.siriusxm.com/freetrial.
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