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Robert:"Thanks for 11 years."

Robert:"You don't mind us having a chat.."

Robert:"Bonzo, do you remember you're first love?"

Bonzo:"No!"

Jimmy:'"I usually rest in my satin-lined coffin, actually. I'm not allowed out in daylight hours."

Jimmy:"Be above it, Robert.."

What's the context of the "Be above it, Robert" quote?

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"Your Promises are pie crusts."

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JPJ - complaining about not being properly lit on stage

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Robert Plant to MTV's Alan Hunter at the end of a backstage interview at Live Aid

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"Don't go changing"

Robert Plant to MTV's Alan Hunter at the end of a backstage interview at Live Aid

I noticed Robert said this same statement to the audience at the end of his set at the New Orleans Jazz Fest this year... One reporter said he was giving a shout-out to Billy Joel!! (I doubt that!)... Funny! :)

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"If all that snow was Cocaine, well Jethro Tull could do a winter season here."

Robert Plant

"If Bonzo was a Poltergeist, he would have kicked my ass"

Jimmy Page

"Your Promises are pie crusts."

John Bonham

"I could have shot craps onstage and no one would have noticed"

JPJ - complaining about not being properly lit on stage

"Don't go changing"

Robert Plant to MTV's Alan Hunter at the end of a backstage interview at Live Aid

"I SUPPOSE YOU'RE HERE TO INTERVIEW THE USUAL TWO!!!"

John Bonham - to Journalist Lisa Robinson

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JP: "[i got my first guitar] When I was 14. It was all a matter of trying to pick up tips and stuff. There weren’t many method books, really apart from jazz, which had no bearing on rock whatsoever at the time. But the first guitar was a Grazzioso, which was a copy of a Stratocaster; then I got a real Stratocaster; then those Gibson Black Beauties which stayed with me for a long time until some thieving magpie took it to his nest. That’s the guitar I did all the ’60s sessions on. I was one of the first people in England to have [a Gibson “Black Beauty” Les Paul Custom], but I didn’t know that then. I just saw it on the wall, had a go with it, and it was good. I traded a Gretsch Chet Atkins I’d had before for the Les Paul.”

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