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  1. I have been a die-hard fan of the Mighty Led Zeppelin for over 25 years now. I have collected over 100 bootlegs albums and cd's, read almost every book about the band, seen the Firm (once 1), the Jason Bonham band (1), John Paul Jones solo (3), solo Robert Plant (12) , Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes (3) and Page/Plant (10). Like most of you, I consider myself to be one of the most hard-core fans around. I am 38 years old. However, with the advent of the internet, especially YouTube and this awesome website , I have researched and heard Led Zeppelin and hundreds of Led Zeppelin related (solo and otherwise) songs that I thought I would never ever hear. YouTube has a vast selection of these precious gems. A few examples: John Paul Jones' first solo single "Baja" and "A Foggy Day in Vietnam". I have never heard these 2 songs by Jonesy until just recently. And one I just recently discovered. Jimmy Page playing "Domino" and "Dazed and Confused" (live 1999) at the Net Aid concert in New York. And the so-called early 80's project XYZ. Of course there are hundreds of other "gems" on YouTube related to Led Zeppelin. Just type in Led Zeppelin= Jimmy Page-Robert Plant-John Paul Jones-John Bonham Any particular favorites you have come across on YouTube that you cares to share with us- the Loyal Led Zeppelin fans. '
  2. If you go down the YouTube rabbit-hole I am sure you have encountered the multiple uploads of Led Zeppelin Boots and Led Zeppelin Rarities. This is a wonderful service to the Zeppelin community, as it allows one to check out shows and various sources before committing to buy a particular show, if one should be inclined. It also allows one to enjoy live Zeppelin on the way to and from work or school without carrying a bunch of cds and cd player around. I can just plug in my headphones into my phone and I am magically transported back in time to the 1970s. My question is this: Are Led Zeppelin Boots and Led Zeppelin Rarities the same person? Are they members here at the Forum? Bonus question: Who do you think does the best remasters...Winston, Grame, Pseudonym aka Sue Dounim, or Lirodendron?
  4. Got another collection of music videos. Once again, this wasn't meant to be some sort of statement or "phone call" or whatever, maybe "awe inspiring", some of these tunes. I pick them for video quality. Some songs are great but don't include a great video. Thank you for watching my playlists. They get quite a few more views than I thought they would get. Feel free to share your favorite music videos, promotional or live. I am always interested in seeing something new. Links of my other music video playlists: Holiday 2017 http://forums.ledzeppelin.com/topic/25182-holiday-2017/ 1. Motley Crue "Live Wire" 2. Roxette "The Look" 3. AC/DC "Hard As A Rock" 4. Stone Temple Pilots "Plush" 5. Oasis "Champagne Supernova" 6. The Cardigans "Lovefool" 7. Traveling Wilburys "End Of The Line" 8. Page & Plant "Gallows Pole" 9. Eagles "How Long" 10. Paul McCartney "Wonderful Christmastime" January 2018 "For Your Entertainment" http://forums.ledzeppelin.com/topic/25233-january-2018-for-your-entertainment/ 1, Devo "Whip It" 2. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts "I Love Rock N' Roll" 3. The Box Tops "The Letter" 4. Falco "Der Kommissar" 5. Buggles "Video Killed The Radio Star" 6. Starship "We Built This City" 7. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "Don't Come Around Here No More" 8. Tommy James and the Shondells "Crimson And Clover" 9. Duran Duran "Ordinary World" 10. After The Fire "Der Kommissar" February 2018 "Across The Pond" http://forums.ledzeppelin.com/topic/25288-february-2018-across-the-pond/ 1. The Prodigy "Firestarter" 2. Spice Girls "Wannabe" 3. Blur "Coffee And TV" 4, a-ha "Take On Me" 5. The Knack "I Want Ya" 6. The Geezer Butler Band "Heat In The Street" 7. Steve Vai "Lotus Feet" 8. The Police "Every Breath You Take" 9. Iron Maiden "The Trooper" 10. Led Zeppelin "Travelling Riverside Blues" March 2018 "You Got Me (Not Really)" http://forums.ledzeppelin.com/topic/25339-march-2018-you-got-me-not-really/ 1. Heart "Barracuda" 2. Jimmy Eat World "The Middle" 3. The Cars "You Might Think" 4. Pat Benetar "Hell Is For Children" 5. Dream Theater "The Gift Of Music" 6. Yeah Yeah Yeahs "Zero" 7. David Hasselhoff "Jump In My Car" 8. Thomas Dolby "She Blinded Me With Science" 9. Jimmy Page "Wasting My Time" 10. Lene Alexandra "My Boobs Are OK!" April 2018 "Deal Breaker" http://forums.ledzeppelin.com/topic/25395-april-2018-deal-breaker/" 1. Renato Carosone "Tu Vuò Fa' L'Americano" 2. Robert Plant "If I Were A Carpenter" 3. Elton John "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" 4. Nickelback "Too Bad" 5. Ozzy Osbourne "Bark At The Moon" 6. Def Leppard "Hysteria" 7. George Harrison "Got My Mind Set On You" 8. Muse "Starlight" 9. Evanescence "Good Enough" 10. Tom Petty & Stevie Nicks "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" May 2018 "Scepter of the Ancient Power" http://forums.ledzeppelin.com/topic/25443-may-2018-scepter-of-the-ancient-power/ 1. Paul McCartney "Maybe I'm Amazed" 2. Journey "Any Way You Want It" 3. Blue Oyster Cult "Godzilla" 4. John Paul Jones "Tidal" 5. Eagles "Lyin' Eyes" 6. John Michael Montgomery "Life's A Dance" 7. Men Without Hats "The Safety Dance" 8. Sum 41 "Still Waiting" 9. Yes "Wonderous Stories" 10. Justin Timberlake "Cry Me A River"
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqlJwMFtMCs&list=PL4uQdsvphFNNaKECeRFdVb_VpGBZieUfV A new round of music videos for your viewing pleasure. These playlists are fun to put together. And that's what music and entertainment should be, fun... right? Enjoy!
  6. It's not for educational purposes as I already understand/know all the tricks. It's purely for entertainment purposes. Often or not, I'll be on YouTube trying to find good, solid, grooving drummers, but rarely see any taking on a Zeppelin cover - which to me, would be porn. A lot of the time, I find bad covers. I can't find one decent drum cover of Wearing and Tearing, and unfortunately don't have the equipment or facilities to make my own videos yet. So are there any gems out there that you think I may have missed? PS. Most drummers on here are going to be Bonham-inspired, so if you catch this topic, I wouldn't mind seeing some of your work as well!
  7. Would you kindly check out my recent cover? Thanks guys!
  8. Hello again Forum members "new" and "old". It's been a while for me. I've finally managed to find some free time to attempt/create a thread specifically for Led Zep and related (Plant solo, Page solo, Jones solo, Page/Plant, The Firm, etc) - archives, strictly dealing with New Orleans. There is "The New Orleans thread" that I assembled way back when, but I prefer this to deal with Zep and related material, "ONLY". Please feel free to contribute (as long as it's New Orleans based) if at all possible. Thanks in advance. With all of the audio/video footage, articles (new and old) that's out there from the New Orleans area, I thought it would be cool to try and archive all of this stuff into one thread. *** 1971 *** Led Zeppelin's first concert (to my knowledge) in New Orleans was August 29th, 1971 @ The Municipal Auditorium. The date ironically was the same as Hurricane Katrina, 34 years later. How strange is that?!! Based off of the incredible audio footage available of the show following this date (in Orlando Florida - 8/29/71) the band must have been "smokin"!!! I wish to God, this was available. I have had no luck in finding it. If anyone has something to add from this performance, please post (Articles, reviews, newspaper clippings, etc.) Side note* A friend from High School told me that his dad saw Zep here earlier than 71' on a Natchez River Boat or something....He swears to this. I don't believe they visited before 71'. There is no evidence of it. If anyone can prove or disprove-please add. *** 1973 *** Led Zeppelin perform @ The Municipal Auditiorium on May14th. The best known bootleg of this show is "The Drag Queen". Below is a clip. Again, feel free to add anything to this. (vids, articles, etc) That goes for any show. *** 1975 *** Led Zeppelin perform @ the LSU Assembly Center on February 28th. The best known bootlegs of this show are "Rampagin' Cajun" and "Freeze". http://youtu.be/XNYjQNixs60 http://youtu.be/QjjqynVQ5-A *** 1977 *** Led Zeppelin perform @ the LSU Assembly Center on May 19th. Only video footage of this show exsist. No audio has surfaced. http://youtu.be/-1J8BGt2968 Later that year, while in New Orleans preparing to play their biggest concert yet - to a sold out show @ The Superdome - Robert Plant receives the phone call that would change his life,,,and the band. It would be very time consuming (more than I have the patience for) to do a chronological deal. Maybe it will turn out that way......with your help? Here (below) is the most recent show from Robert Plant, which happened two nights ago @ the Mahailia Jackson Theatre. July 17th, 2013. I was hoping to write a first hand essay/summary about the show, but there are some really amazing videos- (I'd like to share) that speak for themselves, so there really is no use in me describing the tunes, since this footage is available.(thankfully) However, I will tell you guys that the energy level was very high. I believe it was a sold out show. I have seen Plant roughly 5-6 times since 1988. I've seen better performances from him, but that's not to say this was a "bad" gig. He never disappoints. The band (as good as they are) seem to play a low-key role, making Plant the star of the show, more than the instruments/virtuosity - taking precedence. Some songs were better than others. My favorites from the night were, "The Enchanter", "Tin Pan Valley", 'Fixin to Die", "Friends", "Four Sticks" and "Whole Lotta Love". His voice was strong throughout, and he teased the crowd with some chants and wails from back in the day- giving reference to "that confounded bridge" and screaming "push. push"...The Golden God was there to please. Fell free to add anything to the Archives "new" and "old"..(New Orleans).. and please enjoy the footage from Wednesday night. It "twas" amazing! In the meantime-I'll do my best to keep up with this. See Ya'll. RH
  9. Is there any good Youtube channel about Led Zeppelin? Like doing album reviews and stuff like that
  10. I know Led Zeppelin isn't heavy metal, but every metalhead should subscribe here -->http://www.youtube.com/user/MetalTournament I'm only spreading the word, that channel isn't mine.
  11. May be off topic but I found this guitar harmonics video on YT. Kind weird but starting to grow on me
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