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Watched the second episode last night and it was very entertaining. Started with a pic of Jimmy with a cig in his mouth from Oakland '77. Throughout the episode they interview famous photographers like Neal Preston, Ross Halfin, and Scarlett Page (for a few seconds). Other Zep photos shown were Jimmy at MSG '77, his guitar army from Oakland '77, and a pic of Robert talking to Peter Grant from Knebworth '79. Most of the episode is about iconic rock photos and how they were set up and taken (Example/the famous Johnny Cash giving the Warden the finger photo). The one pic they did not show unless I missed it was the infamous Jimmy and Robert pic from 1977 at MSG. Btw, they talk about the famous "Only use flashes for the first three songs" rule started by Rush due to Ross being "an ass".  It was basically adopted by most bands after that. Too funny!

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