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This is indeed a terrific thread, and thanks from me to Hotplant for the pics, too!

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I just noticed in this one that the back row in the group pic seem to be labeled backwards, if you see what I mean. :huh:

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From so many posts I've seen in the past,

I didn't think there was any appreciation for Richard Cole's "Stairway to Heaven".

Does it depend on who posts the photos or text? :huh:

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From so many posts I've seen in the past,

I didn't think there was any appreciation for Richard Cole's "Stairway to Heaven".

Does it depend on who posts the photos or text? :huh:

:rolleyes: Whatever Joel.

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There isn't.

It's not the book (text) that's of interest, it's the photograph that's in the book. Therefore no need to make the usual insinuations regarding the usual members.

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Excellent idea to bring this thread back Knebby. I'm seriously looking forward to more of this :beer:

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Thought I'd add a couple of things - first is a photo I took of Peter Grant in 1981

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Can you provide details concerning a more specific date and/or location? What was the occasion? From all accounts, 1981 was a difficult year for Peter Grant, yet he

is smiling broadly.

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Can you provide details concerning a more specific date and/or location? What was the occasion? From all accounts, 1981 was a difficult year for Peter Grant, yet he

is smiling broadly.

Well, he's looking at Knebby, isn't he? ;)

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Can you provide details concerning a more specific date and/or location? What was the occasion? From all accounts, 1981 was a difficult year for Peter Grant, yet he

is smiling broadly.

December 15th 1981, Golden Lion, Fulham at the presentation of the Roadies Charity for Children Raffle Prize night - attended by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Peter Grant. Peter was in great form and looked this happy all evening. I believe he was sitting on top of a bin at the time I took the pic, having found no seat to spare - he just said "Oh well - in the bleedin' bin then!" and plonked himself down. :)

Here's my ticket

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Oh - and cheers Aqua! ;)

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December 15th 1981, Golden Lion, Fulham at the presentation of the Roadies Charity for Children Raffle Prize night - attended by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Peter Grant. Peter was in great form and looked this happy all evening. I believe he was sitting on top of a bin at the time I took the pic, having found no seat to spare - he just said "Oh well - in the bleedin' bin then!" and plonked himself down. :)

Here's my ticket

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"Oh well - in the bleedin' bin then!" :hysterical:

Terrific Peter Grant anecdote. A thousand thanks for sharing. :)

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JammerRoadieTruck69.jpg> From left: Joe

http://www.sopromusic.com/joejammer/jammerzepplin.htm

...info. about Jimmy's guitar/tech..etch...just thought I add this

I'll thank you too! The trouble with starting this thread is I have none of my Zepp stuff stored in any kind of order so it can be really hard to locate things quickly. I haven't the patience to go through it all regularly so - as most of my mates here know- this kind of input from me is a bit sporadic, coming down to a moment in time when I can be arsed to go up into the loft and trudge through loads of cuttings etc. I know there are more pics of Clive, but finding them is another story. I don't look on this as "my" thread and its great to see any kind of contribution like this. :beer:

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"Oh well - in the bleedin' bin then!" :hysterical:

Terrific Peter Grant anecdote. A thousand thanks for sharing. :)

No problem at all Steve. Hope it's not too windy up there on the Pike today. ;)

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No problem at all Steve. Hope it's not too windy up there on the Pike today. ;)

And Steve if you see Jimmy and Roy Harper there say hello from me :D

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December 15th 1981, Golden Lion, Fulham at the presentation of the Roadies Charity for Children Raffle Prize night - attended by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Peter Grant. Peter was in great form and looked this happy all evening. I believe he was sitting on top of a bin at the time I took the pic, having found no seat to spare - he just said "Oh well - in the bleedin' bin then!" and plonked himself down. :)

Here's my ticket

Goldenlion.jpg

Oh - and cheers Aqua! ;)

Very cool you were able to attend this!!!

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Thanks for bringing back this thread! It is fun to read the stories about those from Zep's inner circle.

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Very cool you were able to attend this!!!

I was very lucky - very young, very excited, very happy! It was a wonderful evening.

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I know there are more pics of Clive, but finding them is another story. I don't look on this as "my" thread and its great to see any kind of contribution like this. :beer:

...No prob's...I was simply relying on the experience/knowledge of veteran members, but here it is the topic continues...some more pic's/info. (Clive has very impressive bio as per your previous post...)

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Dark Ages 1965 L to R: Mick Sibley, Clive Coulson, Vaughan Stephens, Ian Thompson and Darryl Keogh. Line-Up: Clive Coulson (Vocals) Mick Sibley (Lead Guitar / Harmonica / Vocals) Darryl Keogh (Rhythm Guitar and Vocals) Vaughan Stephens (Bass Guitar) Ian Thompson (Drums)

http://www.sergent.com.au/darkages.html

At the end of 1966, the call of the advertising world took the third brother into the family business, so without Owen, the group decided to disband. Kevin McNeil reformed the Mods in Hamilton, enticing Clive to join him for a short while, before Clive moved to England where he became a roady and eventually road manager for Led Zeppelin. Meanwhile the Campbell's advertising business turned into a very successful international venture.

http://www.sergent.com.au/rayders.html

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Very nice and interesting Planet Page! Thanks for sharing :)

...You welcome...as you know I mentioned earlier, He went With Pagey to "collect" Miss P. She must be doubly confused...Clive is very classy/handsome.... :D :D

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And Steve if you see Jimmy and Roy Harper there say hello from me :D

Will do! If I find where those rocks are I may ask for some help loading them up.

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Mojo Honours List

Porchester Hall London, England

June 16th 2005

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Then, Clive Coulson also knew the moment when Scarlet Page was conceived at Bron-Yr-Aur,didn't he?

I personally think Bron-Yr-Aur session was one of the most romantic moments of Jimmy's life. :wub:

But why cannot we see any beautiful pictures from the time? ;)

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Then, Clive Coulson also knew the moment when Scarlet Page was conceived at Bron-Yr-Aur,didn't he?

I personally think Bron-Yr-Aur session was one of the most romantic moments of Jimmy's life. :wub:

But why cannot we see any beautiful pictures from the time? ;)

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So do I.

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I'm pretty sure that that last picture of the lads was taken in '69 in Los Angeles. They're wearing the exact same shizzle for the Chateau Marmont photos.

Yeah, that not Bron-A-Yur.

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