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All Other Rock Bands Worship At The Musical Altar Of Led Zeppelin And Black Sabbath
05-10-2013, 03:58 PM #1
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Dazed and confused is a song from Led Zeppelins first album in 1969...

Super Show 1969 Paris...



Children Of The Grave is from Black Sabbaths third album Master Of Reality in 1971 >

California Jam festival 1974 in front of 300,000 people...

05-10-2013, 04:15 PM #2
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yup.gif I agree 100%, in particular metal bands owe them everything. Zeppelin and Sabbath invented the entire genre.

How about some new Black Sabbath for this thread?

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05-10-2013, 04:19 PM #3
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(05-10-2013, 04:15 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  yup.gif I agree 100%, in particular metal bands owe them everything. Zeppelin and Sabbath invented the entire genre.

How about some new Black Sabbath for this thread?

İmage

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVfUimq2KeI

At least Black Sabbath is still giving the people what they want,because they have been and still are together performing and making new music and I totally disagree with Led Zeppelin never getting back together for new tours and new albums,because what would they or any other band really be and what would they really have without their fans?...Not much...
05-10-2013, 04:26 PM #4
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Robert said recently he has nothing going on in 2014 and is open to Zeppelin if the two Capricorns (Page and Jones) are into it. It's been more of a schedule conflict than anything, Robert is still working his ass off and kudos to him for doing so.

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05-10-2013, 04:40 PM #5
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(05-10-2013, 04:26 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  Robert said recently he has nothing going on in 2014 and is open to Zeppelin if the two Capricorns (Page and Jones) are into it. It's been more of a schedule conflict than anything, Robert is still working his ass off and kudos to him for doing so.

Led Zeppelins was like the only world famous rock band who didnt stay together after one of their members died,meaning when their drummer John Bonham died way back in 1980 on the verge of a new usa tour,which I was planning on buying tickets for when I was in like the 8th or 9th grade or something...

The Whos drummer died and they carried on...

AC/DCs lead singer! died and they carried on...

The Rolling Stones original founder Brian Jones died and they carried on...

Ect,ect,ect...

But not Led Zeppelin...Hmmm?...I wonder what the "real" reasons were?

By the way,the footage of Led Zeppelin that I posted above kicks f###en a$$ and they're so raw and powerful and mind blowingly energetic and intense!
05-10-2013, 04:51 PM #6
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I found and purchased this unique magazine in very good condition at a flea market for $5 like 20 years ago...

And some punk a$$ bitch stole it from me a couple of years ago...

İmage
05-10-2013, 05:03 PM #7
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Great photo! hi5.gif Admittedly, I've never seen that.

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05-10-2013, 05:06 PM #8
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Everything about this song is f###en incredible...

The drums,the vocals,,the bass,the guitar,the timing changes,the profound meanings of the awesome lyrics...

Un f###en believable...

Into The Void - Black Sabbath - 1971 >



And then theres this haunting and totally different song from the same (their best) album...

Which shows just how musically diverse and talented they actually are...

Solitude - Black Sabbath - 1971 >



05-10-2013, 05:36 PM #9
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(05-10-2013, 04:40 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Led Zeppelins was like the only world famous rock band who didnt stay together after one of their members died,meaning when their drummer John Bonham died way back in 1980 on the verge of a new usa tour,which I was planning on buying tickets for when I was in like the 8th or 9th grade or something...

The Whos drummer died and they carried on...

AC/DCs lead singer! died and they carried on...

The Rolling Stones original founder Brian Jones died and they carried on...

Ect,ect,ect...

But not Led Zeppelin...Hmmm?...I wonder what the "real" reasons were?


I can let you in on that one. They had been together for so many years doing the same songs that they had begun some serious improvisation on all their tunes.
They could read one another and play off that without missing a proverbial beat. The whole thing was evolving and ongoing.
It would have been IMPOSSIBLE to bring in another drummer that could do that. It could have continued but it would no longer be Zeppelin.
There were deep emotional ties as well, musicians that have been together long enough kind of read each others minds.
Without the fourth element there it just couldn't work. I respect that they had the integrity to call it quits when they did.

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05-10-2013, 05:38 PM #10
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(05-10-2013, 05:36 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  
(05-10-2013, 04:40 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Led Zeppelins was like the only world famous rock band who didnt stay together after one of their members died,meaning when their drummer John Bonham died way back in 1980 on the verge of a new usa tour,which I was planning on buying tickets for when I was in like the 8th or 9th grade or something...

The Whos drummer died and they carried on...

AC/DCs lead singer! died and they carried on...

The Rolling Stones original founder Brian Jones died and they carried on...

Ect,ect,ect...

But not Led Zeppelin...Hmmm?...I wonder what the "real" reasons were?


I can let you in on that one. They had been together for so many years doing the same songs that they had begun some serious improvisation on all their tunes.
They could read one another and play off that without missing a proverbial beat. The whole thing was evolving and ongoing.
It would have been IMPOSSIBLE to bring in another drummer that could do that. It could have continued but it would no longer be Zeppelin.
There were deep emotional ties as well, musicians that have been together long enough kind of read each others minds.
Without the fourth element there it just couldn't work. I respect that they had the integrity to call it quits when they did.

I totally hear what your saying and i understand what you mean,but all that could be said for the other bands as well and how they felt about each other and how long they were playing together ect ect,but they still carried on and Led Zeppelin didnt...
05-10-2013, 05:50 PM #11
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The other bands were not doing improv on the level of Zeppelin. Keith Moons drums sounded like a drunk falling down the stairs, they were a better band after he kicked it IMO. Bonham was one of a kind and one of the heaviest drummers ever.

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05-10-2013, 06:12 PM #12
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(05-10-2013, 05:50 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  The other bands were not doing improv on the level of Zeppelin. Keith Moons drums sounded like a drunk falling down the stairs, they were a better band after he kicked it IMO. Bonham was one of a kind and one of the heaviest drummers ever.

The two best bands happen to also have the two best drummers (and guitarists as well) John Bonham and Bill Ward and seriously check out the awesome raw talent and power of Bill Wards drumming here in this intense footage filmed in Paris...

05-11-2013, 05:02 AM #13
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(05-10-2013, 04:26 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  Robert said recently he has nothing going on in 2014 and is open to Zeppelin if the two Capricorns (Page and Jones) are into it. It's been more of a schedule conflict than anything, Robert is still working his ass off and kudos to him for doing so.


*looks around furtively*
The capricorns wanted it right after the London show,and P said no ,NO NO NO .
Page even went to Japan to promote a possible new tour .
The fact he said he will do it in 2014,means it will happen . I suspect it won't be a huge number of dates though .

Think bigs ones on a few major continents ,finis .
I could be wrong,but I don't think so .

P had his heart softened by the Kennedy center honors I believe .
;)

And I have friends who hate LZ ,but think LA Guns were the coolest band ever ...There's no accounting for taste .

*scampers away*

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05-11-2013, 05:05 AM #14
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May I ask what kind of music your LZ hating friends like? damned.gif
05-11-2013, 05:56 AM #15
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(05-10-2013, 04:51 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  I found and purchased this unique magazine in very good condition at a flea market for $5 like 20 years ago...

And some punk a$$ bitch stole it from me a couple of years ago...

İmage


That is awesome !
I have a photo of Page,I took myself .He's in the back of his limousine ,at the world premiere of The Song Remains the same ,in nyc .I was 12 when I took it . Really .
Yes,really . JPJ is partially in it.
I want to sell it ,as I think it might be worth something ,but I have no idea how to go about it . I wondered about contacting Scarlette Page for advise . It's not professional by any means ,but I'm not sure there are any official photos from that event .

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