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Damn! I wish I knew how to read Japanese. Steve,you translate please?wink.gif

This is in reference to It Might Get Loud, which I believe has just been released in Japan...not sure whether it's the movie, DVD or both.

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Pre-Order Now / Available Next Month -

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In this exhaustive and insightful reference text, rock writer and cultural critic George Case details the key names, dates, figures, and features of one of the biggest and most mythologized rock-and-roll groups of all time: Led Zeppelin. Here, finally, are the answers to the puzzles that have haunted fans for over four decades - puzzles such as the meaning of Led Zep's enigmatic album covers; the truth about leader Jimmy Page's involvement with the occult; a breakdown of the sometimes murky roots of their greatest songs; firm data on their musical instruments, live performances, and studio productions; and sordid specifics of the band's infamously debauched private lives. But here, too, is a deeply reflective analysis of why Led Zeppelin's music has endured as long as it has, and of how Led Zeppelin's mystique has only grown in the years since their official disbanding. Placing the group in the context of their time and place, Case scrupulously compares and contrasts their achievements with those of their influences, rivals, and followers. Led Zeppelin FAQ is not only an indispensable listener's companion to a classic rock act, but a considered history of rock and roll as a business, an art form, and a worldwide social phenomenon.

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Just to let everyone know that today is the official release date of my Led Zeppelin FAQ: All That's Left to Know About the Greatest Hard Rock Band of All Time (readers in the UK will have to wait another month). The book has a nice Foreword by Danny Goldberg; in-depth analyses of the plagiarism, back-masking, and Satanism rumors; detailed overviews of the album covers; recollections from Joe Petagno (who illustrated the Swan Song logo); lots of other insights and even a few (I hope) exclusives. I've also acknowledged the info and discussions to be found here at lz.com. LZ FAQ should be in stores this week. Hope readers can get a chance to check it out. Comments and critiques will be welcomed.

Anyway, enjoy.

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Just to let everyone know that today is the official release date of my Led Zeppelin FAQ: All That's Left to Know About the Greatest Hard Rock Band of All Time (readers in the UK will have to wait another month). The book has a nice Foreword by Danny Goldberg; in-depth analyses of the plagiarism, back-masking, and Satanism rumors; detailed overviews of the album covers; recollections from Joe Petagno (who illustrated the Swan Song logo); lots of other insights and even a few (I hope) exclusives. I've also acknowledged the info and discussions to be found here at lz.com. LZ FAQ should be in stores this week. Hope readers can get a chance to check it out. Comments and critiques will be welcomed.

Anyway, enjoy.

Looking forward to having a look.

I noticed you've done The Doors and Jimmy Page too.

Any chance of doing one on Neil Young?

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Just to let everyone know that today is the official release date of my Led Zeppelin FAQ: All That's Left to Know About the Greatest Hard Rock Band of All Time (readers in the UK will have to wait another month). The book has a nice Foreword by Danny Goldberg; in-depth analyses of the plagiarism, back-masking, and Satanism rumors; detailed overviews of the album covers; recollections from Joe Petagno (who illustrated the Swan Song logo); lots of other insights and even a few (I hope) exclusives. I've also acknowledged the info and discussions to be found here at lz.com. LZ FAQ should be in stores this week. Hope readers can get a chance to check it out. Comments and critiques will be welcomed.

Anyway, enjoy.

I enjoyed your book on Page and I look forward to this one too. Best of luck, George!

And nice score getting Danny Goldberg to write the forward!...

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Where is the contest notice in the magazine issue of having a chance to win this set of Paiste 2002 40th Anniversary cymbals? I haven't obtained a copy of this periodical yet and I would like to see that.

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^^ You are most welcome. I read an article like this and I must say, as a fan for over 4 decades I am so very proud that he is staying true to what makes him happy..and still out there sharing that voice with us:-)

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Just to let everyone know that today is the official release date of my Led Zeppelin FAQ: All That's Left to Know About the Greatest Hard Rock Band of All Time (readers in the UK will have to wait another month). The book has a nice Foreword by Danny Goldberg; in-depth analyses of the plagiarism, back-masking, and Satanism rumors; detailed overviews of the album covers; recollections from Joe Petagno (who illustrated the Swan Song logo); lots of other insights and even a few (I hope) exclusives. I've also acknowledged the info and discussions to be found here at lz.com. LZ FAQ should be in stores this week. Hope readers can get a chance to check it out. Comments and critiques will be welcomed.

Anyway, enjoy.

I'm looking forward to getting a copy - thank-you

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OH I MUST HAVE THIS ONE THANKS FOR THE HEADS UP. I KEEP ASKING FOR A SUBSCRIPTION FOR CHRISTMAS PERHAPS I SHOULD BUY IT FOR MYSELF.

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Great article by Robert:-) Enjoy!!

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Great article Debbie. Thanks so much for sharing. Robert was very welcoming and sharing his opinions, different perspectives, was quite open and is still looking for ways to challenge himself in his musical endeavors. I can't respect the man enough! :thumbsup:

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I bought this back when it first came out (which has been quite some time ago) so I'm not sure if it's even still available on newsstands anywhere. Though it could probably be ordered directly from Mojo.

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