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I had the pleasure of performing in Windborne's Music of Led Zeppelin show, with the Milwaukee Symphony, last Sat night, featuring Randy Jackson of Zebra on vocals. Deborah J, we talked about Randy out in NY, and you're right, he's a great, down to earth guy. I had a blast performing with him, and chatting with him. We traded some Zep stories, like how he crashed their after-show party in New Orleans in 1973! :-) Here's a gallery of pics from the show, posted by the theater on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152414170745426.1073742345.26107765425&
I've been listening to LZ for more than 30 years and still feel the pleasure of their music. Why, I ask myself? In my opinion, the main difference between LZ from other groups, both from the past and the present ones, is in their «symphony». What do I mean by this word? First of all, this is the structure of their composition that runs the whole mechanism of creation of their music. It is known that in a symphonic opus two themes are often developing, in the simplest case the theme of good and of the evil, which evolve, overlap, compete and in the end ... the good one triumphs. Bot