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All Other Rock Bands Worship At The Musical Altar Of Led Zeppelin And Black Sabbath
05-11-2013, 07:10 PM #31
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05-11-2013, 07:19 PM #32
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(05-11-2013, 06:21 AM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 05:59 AM)MEDUSA Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 05:05 AM)Octo Wrote:  May I ask what kind of music your LZ hating friends like? damned.gif


Well as I said,LA Guns,Def Leppard .WASP ,Insane Clown Posse.

I didn't know til recently they hated LZ . They never told me to not offend I guess,as they are probably my all time favorite band ,
I had no money in 2007,or id have found a way to get to that show . Selling a body part crossed my mind .


Young men in India are selling one of their two kidneys to raise their families out of poverty. You'd sell yours to see a show?
to see the first led zeppelin show in three decades...yup ,but I was thinking more a pinky toe ....on the right foot maybe .


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05-11-2013, 07:23 PM #33
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(05-10-2013, 04:40 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(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!


You don't know why they broke up ?

It was a combination of things really ,but in the 80s,Plant and Page toured together. I saw them at The Ritz in nyc

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05-11-2013, 07:28 PM #34
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(05-11-2013, 07:23 PM)MEDUSA Wrote:  
(05-10-2013, 04:40 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(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!


You don't know why they broke up ?

No I dont...

Why did ac/dc and the who and the rolling stones ect ect not break up and keep on making new songs and albums after the untimely deaths of one of their members?
05-11-2013, 07:31 PM #35
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If anyones never heard or forgotten about this unique and awesome instrumental song...

Supertzar by Black Sabbath from their 6th studio album Sabotage in 1975...

Its ominous and haunting and its beautiful and frightening and shows just how musically diverse they actually were...

05-11-2013, 07:40 PM #36
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(05-11-2013, 07:28 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 07:23 PM)MEDUSA Wrote:  
(05-10-2013, 04:40 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(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!


You don't know why they broke up ?

No I dont...

Why did ac/dc and the who and the rolling stones ect ect not break up and keep on making new songs and albums after the untimely deaths of one of their members?
Well Brian Jones was already out of the Stones when he died. They had already replaced him with Mick Taylor .
He was working on solo material when he died .
AC/DC ,had just started to make it ,so they decided to find someone .They auditioned a lot of people ,until the found someone who sounded just like Bon Scott .
The Who ,well ,I guess they felt they could go one with a new drummer.
Replacing a major song writer ,or singer,compared to a drummer,in a band ,is a very different thing.
The first two are key components .
Moon had so many instances of issues with drugs and booze ,a guess,they had discussed what they would do ,in case he died ,already .

For LZ,well,there was the alleged curse ,then all the shady stuff that went on when they toured . I mean people died ,and it was covered up . Then the constant insanity on the road.
All of that took a huge toll on their psyches,their families .
Then Karacs ....passing . Then the near death crash ,then an actual death ...
They needed to just take a step back from it all I think . Also ,they felt their performance was shoddy at the end.
A few shows were complete disasters performance wise ,in their opinions .So ....they did other stuff .

Plant enjoys his solo work a lot . He can explore his other musical interests ,which would never fit into LZ.

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05-12-2013, 02:46 AM #37
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(05-11-2013, 07:40 PM)MEDUSA Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 07:28 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 07:23 PM)MEDUSA Wrote:  [quote='Beyond Smolensk' pid='107005' dateline='1368193204']
[quote='JayRodney' pid='106998' dateline='1368192367']
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.

For LZ,well,there was the alleged curse ,then all the shady stuff that went on when they toured . I mean people died ,and it was covered up . Then the constant insanity on the road.
All of that took a huge toll on their psyches,their families .
Then Karacs ....passing . Then the near death crash ,then an actual death ...
They needed to just take a step back from it all I think . Also ,they felt their performance was shoddy at the end.
A few shows were complete disasters performance wise ,in their opinions .So ....they did other stuff .

Well yes its true,admit it or not,theres also that often ignored and mostly denied aspect of fame,the hard to face possibility that actors and actresses and rock musicians must sacrifice (the eternal soul of) someone they love in order to obtain temporary earthly wealth and fame in this demon haunted greed driven world and the examples of people who were experiencing little if any popularity and then suddenly became super wealthy and world famous shortly after someone emotionally close to them died are literally too many to bother mentioning and sometimes the sacrifice is made before the wealth and fame arrives and sometimes the diabolical piper must be paid while the wealth and fame are being enjoyed and sometimes afterwards,but either way,like it or not,the disturbing possibility remains,someones going into their grave for someone else to become rich and famous and idolized...
05-12-2013, 05:44 AM #38
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Awesome band...Intense song...Great video...

Divinations - Mastodon - 2009 >

05-12-2013, 05:58 AM #39
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Theres many to choose from...

But these are (most likely) my two favorite Ozzy Osbourne solo songs...

You Cant Kill Rock And Roll - 1981 >



Bark At The Moon - 1983 >

05-12-2013, 06:27 AM #40
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(05-12-2013, 02:46 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 07:40 PM)MEDUSA Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 07:28 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 07:23 PM)MEDUSA Wrote:  [quote='Beyond Smolensk' pid='107005' dateline='1368193204']
[quote='JayRodney' pid='106998' dateline='1368192367']
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.

For LZ,well,there was the alleged curse ,then all the shady stuff that went on when they toured . I mean people died ,and it was covered up . Then the constant insanity on the road.
All of that took a huge toll on their psyches,their families .
Then Karacs ....passing . Then the near death crash ,then an actual death ...
They needed to just take a step back from it all I think . Also ,they felt their performance was shoddy at the end.
A few shows were complete disasters performance wise ,in their opinions .So ....they did other stuff .

Well yes its true,admit it or not,theres also that often ignored and mostly denied aspect of fame,the hard to face possibility that actors and actresses and rock musicians must sacrifice (the eternal soul of) someone they love in order to obtain temporary earthly wealth and fame in this demon haunted greed driven world and the examples of people who were experiencing little if any popularity and then suddenly became super wealthy and world famous shortly after someone emotionally close to them died are literally too many to bother mentioning and sometimes the sacrifice is made before the wealth and fame arrives and sometimes the diabolical piper must be paid while the wealth and fame are being enjoyed and sometimes afterwards,but either way,like it or not,the disturbing possibility remains,someones going into their grave for someone else to become rich and famous and idolized...



Well ,famous people live very odd lives .
For rockstars,its sometimes a very weird unnatural life.
LZ in their heyday,led that kind of life . It was just the nature of the business ,at the time.
I read an interview with Brian May,about how money and fame ,maybe werent worth what he felt he lost .
His relationship with his father was strained,and in turn ,his relationships with his own kids suffered .
He has a lot of regrets . It was sad to read .

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05-12-2013, 06:29 AM #41
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Heres another great Led Zeppelin song...

Recorded in 1970 and intended for their third studio album Led Zeppelin III...

But for some reason never made it onto that awesome record...



05-12-2013, 06:37 AM #42
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Surely these awesome Robert Plant solo songs from 1982 and 1983 would have been on Led Zeppelin albums...

And most likely performed even better than they are...

But those were songs and records never to be...

Damn what an incredible singing voice!

Notice the unusual ending of the music video below >



05-12-2013, 06:58 AM #43
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This is my very favorite Percy solo song. I have been known to play it over and over and over and over again .
Much like I do with Trampled Underfoot .
Sadly,he doesnt do this one live anymore .


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05-12-2013, 07:02 AM #44
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Heres a rare gem if there ever was one...

Robert Plant flawlessly covering the 1960s song "If I Were A Carpenter" in 1993...

Has any guy ever looked better with long hair?!

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05-12-2013, 07:08 AM #45
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(05-12-2013, 07:02 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Heres a rare gem if there ever was one...

Robert Plant flawlessly covering the 1960s song "If I Were A Carpenter" in 1993...

Has any guy ever looked better with long hair?!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tZmN7eHYFU


Not one of Plant's better songs....."Goin to California"? The best!

Bob Seger does Carpenter far far better



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