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  1. Good afternoon. My name is Alim. I am an artist - embroiderer. http://alimshavaev.ru Born on 21. 07. 1984 in Nalchik. I have been drawing since childhood. After 9th grade House said, act in Nalchik College of Design. And there I was in the 15-16 years for the first time heard from classmates Led Zeppelin. I liked the name immediately. I did not know the translation, but something prompted me that's worth hearing! And we have a tape of the house was not only TV and radio. Almost all the students in the first year were cassette players, and I'm going scholarship and bought a cas
  2. Hello to all! I'm a guitarist from Buffalo, NY and a HUGE Jimmy Page enthusiast (I was lucky enough to meet him on November 5th 2014 in NYC). I play (and also take on the role of lead vocalist) in a three piece blues and rock band that formed in September of last year after some effort to get off the ground. I've actually been conversing with a local radio DJ who runs a Led Zeppelin hour every Sunday night and he is looking to get me on the show. So far we have two songs recorded (produced, mixed and mastered by myself) and are looking to record more very soon as we have quite a few more o
  3. So, As per the title, I need help finding some more Zeppelin, i have the following : Zeppelin I, II, III. IV, Houses of the Holy, Physical Graffiti, Presence, In Through the Out Door, Coda, The Song Remains the Same, the 1990 and 1993 boxed sets, The BBC Sessions, No Quarter, and Walking Into Clarksdale. I also have much of Plant's solo CD's. I am looking for ideas for my next purchases (new & used) at a local shop that has a pretty full inventory. Looking for the rambling live shows where Page & Plant cut loose. especially when Plant folds in lyric
  4. Hey there! I know Zeppelin rewrote the blues for a new generation and turned out solid platinum music. I am getting into the old blues on which there music sprouted from, J. L. Hooker, Muddy Waters, Memphis Minnie, Robert Johnson, Bukka White , Howling Wolf, Lead Belly, etc, etc. I have also ordered the "The Roots Of Led Zeppelin" series with this song/artist list: Disc: 1 1. Blind Willie Johnson Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed 2. Blind Willie Johnson Nobody's Fault But Mine 3. Memphis Jug Band Stealin' Stealin' 4. Memphis Minnie When The Levee Breaks
  5. Hi, I'm starting to look to collect some affordable non-studio albums. As of now - I have never seen or listen to anything besides the major records. Is it worth my time and does anyone suggest a few to get me starting and looking? Thanks, Chris
  6. Beautiful number, with a whole pallete of different renditions. One of my favourite ones is the first rough version on the LZIII deluxe version. It's just so damn raw. Who cares if it's sloppy, or an alternative take? My "hands down favourite version" is the BBC version from April 1971. It is tight (Bonzo and Jonesy in top form), Jimmy is not too flashy, but rather more presice and soulful in his playing, and last but not the least... Percy's on fire!!! Nuff said, I'd like to hear what y'all think?!
  7. I really love these shows, along with many others. i am a HUGE 1975 fan and if they ever release sbds of these shows i would be so fucking happy!!!! What do you think? 1975.02.06 Led Zeppelin Montreal Forum 1975.02.03 Led Zeppelin Madison Square Garden NY 1975.02.04 Led Zeppelin Uniondale NY 1975.01.29 Led Zeppelin Greensboro NC 1975.02.10 Led Zeppelin Landover Maryland I really enjoy these shows especially the earlier ones like Brussels and chicago because the fucking KILL IT on The Wonton Song and Levee. And i love to hear the rare 1975 version of How Many More
  8. I am looking for suggestions for a gift for a big Zeppelin fan . . . my father turns 60 on 12th January . . ironically the same day that the first album was released (albeit a few years later). As he already owns all Zeppelin on LP in immaculate condition I wondered if there were any really rare ones/ first press you may suggest. . . or if there is anything else to recommend that the ultimate Zeppelin fan would appreciate! Any suggestions would greatly received as although my childhood was spend with a background of Zeppelin my knowledge of LPs and 'original' memorabilia is quite limited! tha
  9. I would like to know your age and whether you think the ages 16 - 60+ is suitable for Led Zeppelin.
  10. Prior to last night's tragic attacks in Paris, Canal+ aired a segment on Led Zeppelin on Le Grand Journal. Journalist Guillaume Durand recalled his first ever concert: Led Zeppelin in Chatenay-Malabry (Paris) on Dec. 6, 1969. Shown were a few of the only known photos to exist of the gig (by Gilles Chateau). Screenshots & video: Watch the segment here: Guillaume Durand à propos de Led Zeppelin - Le Grand Journal du 13/11
  11. Selling my 1971 ticket from Nottingham boathouse , small gig only several 100 went , last ticket I saw sell in 2006 made the newspapers on eBay for £536.. Have listed my ticket on eBay and would be happy to answer any questions on here. See link for the ticket I have and photos below http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/151881025758
  12. This is a really good show, and one of the best audience recordings ever! I'm pretty sure i havent seen a thread no this here but i may be wrong,I havent searched way way back for one, but i just cant recall seeing one. I listened to the show today, its been like a month since i have. And this is a really really heavy, good show! Everyone seems on fire! Bonzo is beastin out tonight, throwing in all sorts of drum adlibs in every song, Playing his BALLS out tonight! And Jonesy, His bass is nice and equal in the miz, you can hear it pretty good and if you listen o it he just plays and plays and
  13. Is there a recording of this show? Someone requested it and i would really lov eto find it because this is one of the rare ones i dont have. I did some research and couldnt find a straight answer as to if there even is a recording of the show or not. Any help ??
  14. I dont think i have seen a thread on this so here goes. I have seen this picture around for a long time. There are others that go with this set, with Jimmy and Peter, but i cant find them right now. Anyway, What can anyone tell me about this photo? What year? Looks like 75. And who is that with him in the pic??? Where was this at??? This picture has always disturbed me a lil bit lol so i usually try to scroll past it lol but a different zep page posted it today and i decided to see what you all think here.... Disturbing right???? Or was it just them having fun??? All drunk and fucked up having
  15. Led Zeppelin - 1977-04-03 - Oklahoma, The Myriad Setlist 01 Introduction 02 The Song Remains The Same 03 Sick Again 04 Nobody's Fault But Mine 05 In My Time Of Dying 06 Since I've Been Loving You 07 No Quarter 08 Ten Years Gone 09 The Battle Of Evermore 10 Going To California 11 Black Country Woman 12 Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp 13 White Summer 14 Kashmir 51 Moby Dick 16 Guitar Solo 17 Achilles Last Stand 18 Stairway To Heaven 19 Rock And Roll 20 Trampled Underfoot I think this review came from The Year Of Zeppelin website. The second show of the tour and the second concert in two years. It shows. The
  16. I really think that this photo is one of the rare ones. It really is a great photo. I know this one has circulated for some time now, But even so i think that its one of the rare ones. What a great moment captured in time! Jimmy doing what he loves and feeling like the king of the world. These are also some photos that i believe are rare ones. I have a vast collection of photos of zep photos and i have seen many of them all over the internet. But there are ones here and there that really stand out and i believe the are the holy grails and rare ones
  17. Hello. It has often been stated by historians and fans alike that Mr. Page only used his famous "Dragon" 1959 Rosewood Neck Telecaster, aided along with Sola Sound MKII Tonebender (modified with three OC81Ds by the legendary Roger Mayer) and a 1690T Surpo Corando Amplifier (modded from a 2x12 to a 1x12 by a roadie) for the FIRST 2 LED ZEPPELIN STUDIO ALBUMS. My ears do not agree with such statements. Page acquired a 1958 Gibson Les Paul from Joe Walsh during late April of 1969, since his "Dragon" Telecaster supposedly malfunctioned. So naturally, we would assume here that: "Case closed: Page
  18. Hi, I always found really interesting to hear the first performance of songs because we can really see how the public react to something they hear for the first time and sometimes the lyric or the way they perform is different. So I think it's a good idea to make a list of the first performance of Led Zeppelin songs. To make it easier, I'll edit this post and I'll make a list by album. Please note : After 24h I'll not be able to edit my first post, so I'll post an update in the next page, so stand tuned ! example : Good time bad time : [date/link of the bootleg] ... If t
  19. hello all I am preparing to embark on a book about the concert tours of Led Zeppelin. Would the members here care to send me their stories along with the shows they attended for inclusion? Thank you
  20. It's our first "Cover Charge Included" show with ALL COVER TUNES! Hear Stray Cats cover Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Hillbilly Moon Explosion cover Ramones, JD McPherson cover Alabama, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis cover Led Zeppelin, Lee Rocker cover Reach Around Rodeo Clowns, Di Maggio Brothers cover The Police, plus covers from Johnny Cash, Robert Gordon, LEVI DEXTER & GRETSCH BROTHERS, Jerry Lee Lewis and so much more on this week's Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour! http://rockabillynblues.blogspot.com/2015/06/cover-charge-included-show-all-cover.html
  21. Who can tell me when the first live performance of no quarter was???? In my collection, the first one i have is on 09.09.1971 and any concert before that, it isnt on the setlist. My collection consists of almost every single concert ever performed, give or take a few from each year, and the ones that were never bootlegged. so i am pretty sure this is the first appearence of the song, But i am not sure becuase i cant find anything on this topic anywhere, google, other forums ect....
  22. At last a photographic book to celebrate Bron Yr Aur! Ok so this is a plug but I hope it's one that people on here will appreciate We have just received the first copies and we are really pleased with it. It's available on Amazon , just search Bron Yr Aur. Also you can find details of our Bron Yr Aur exhibition at www.bronyraur.com. Many thanks for reading, Scott @ Bron Yr Aur bron yr aur through time and seasons cover.pdf
  23. Do anybody thing there maybe a Leslie during the solo to Over the and Far away when that guitar does all that Panning in the setero?
  24. It seems to have quietly passed notice here, but the 46th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin's first U.S. show December 26, 1968 in Denver was yesterday and Billboard magazine published an article noting the event...filled with some of the usual errors and generalizations that sometimes plague Led Zeppelin articles. http://www.billboard.com/articles/6415124/led-zeppelin-first-us-tour-1968-anniversary Led Zeppelin Kicked Off First U.S. Tour 46 Years Ago Today By Leslie Richin December 26, 2014 2:50 PM EST On this day (Dec. 26) in 1968, Led Zeppelin (not to be confused with "Len Zefflin")
  25. You all should know the drill by now...now that the remastered fourth album ('IV', 'Zoso', 'Untitled'...whatever your preference is) has been released, here is where you can post your feelings, good or bad, about the reissue. This goes for whether you only got the original remastered album, or if you got the Deluxe Vinyl package or if you went whole hog and got the Super Deluxe Editions. Or even if you just got the HD downloads. Whatever format you got this remastered IV, give us your review. How does it sound to you as compared to the original vinyl or the old cds? Do you like the packagi
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