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I was watching videos of John Paul Jones playing mandolin with the Dave Rawlings Machine and Robert singing with Patti Griffin and thought, "Okay, so Robert can't sing loud and hard like he did in 1970. But how about an acoustic reunion? I would be there!" The Earl's Court acoustic set was the best part of the DVD, in my opinion. The only pitfall I can imagine is the audience being rowdy and restless. They would have to play arenas and acoustic music doesn't travel so well in there. But whatever, it would be a compromise that could work for everyone.
Hello, I'm a new member and this is my first time posting. I have been following the forum for quite some time and decided to finally join. Here recently I have been scavenging looking for any info on Jimmy Page's guitars. There is obviously info to go around about his Les Paul(s), Tele, Dano, etc. There is even a substantial amount of info on the Harmony Sovereign and the J-200 that he borrowed for Led Zeppelin I. It is known that Jimmy used a Fender XII for Stairway to Heaven in the Studio as well as When The Levee Breaks. However, there is hardly any info regarding his acoustic 12 string guitars. He didn't use them very much from what I can hear, but it is definitely safe to say he did. Led Zeppelin III's Tangerine, Gallows Pole, and even Hey Hey What Can I Do all have an acoustic 12 String. I have found info about a couple of 12 strings he used live for Tangerine (Giannini GWSCRA12-P Craviola and a EKO Ranger XII). So my question is: Does anyone have any info regarding Jimmy's use of acoustic 12 strings in the studio? ANY information (whether it be interviews or whatever) is welcome.
does anyone have any info on the sessions for Led Zeppelin III that yielded "hats off to roy harper" "key to the highway/trouble in mind (rough mix)" & "feels so bad/fixin to die"? are there any more recordings from this session? it sounds like they were all done in the same session given the tremolo effect on robert's voice and jimmy's old-school bluesy acoustic guitar. i'm curious to see what other tracks may have been laid down in this style, or when/where these were done. anybody got anything?
Hello, everyone! I've been a Led Zeppelin fan ever since growing up with having my father listening/playing their music. I had a fun time making the video I posted below and thought this forum would be a great place to share. Being Zeppelin fans, I'd be interested in hearing your opinion, otherwise, I hope you enjoy!