1975NQ Posted January 20 Author Share Posted January 20 15 hours ago, Plant77 said: Hey man, I know I’ve responded to this thread, but damn, just reread the 7/27 post. That shit is on point. Robert is crushing it! Jimmy is straight possessed, JPJ is just doing his thing and is the consummate professional without boasting or bragging. John is absolutely killing it. The three frontmen are without a doubt pushing and just creating something that no band had ever achieved. Really what I wanted to say, and also second what a few others have said, your description is spot on. I have to say, I prefer this voice from Robert, the tone and ferocious playing from the three musicians is simply unmatched/unbelievable. 1975-NQ, what an amazing illustration and description you have given! Dope! Thanks, man! Again, I appreciate the kind words. The writing piece of this project took 7 weeks in my off time so it's nice to hear the compliment. It's a layered thing ... surface description ranking on the "top". other stuff to be found elsewhere. Most words and numbers are in there for specific reasons. Regarding Robert's 73 voice, I prefer it to most other eras (69-71 still the best) as well. His full strength range degraded so fast (due to numerous vocal chord no-no's that have been recounted on the internet endless times), but when he finally embraced working within his new "range" he sounded fantastic on some nights in 73 - at least when all the stars were lined up, he was warmed up after opening numbers, etc. You can really hear it starting to happen in those January shows, particularly in the final stretch of the tour. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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