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This Was And Is And Always Will Be The Greatest Song Ever Made
09-05-2014, 07:03 PM #16
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09-07-2014, 03:49 AM #17
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Yes, that is a great, great song. Could be the best. In fact it is the tune that pooped in my head when reading the headline.

We should also give a shout out to "Are you going to San Francisco?" The song single handedly ruined that city because so many drugged out hippies went there as a result of that song.

The place has never recovered.





Scott McKenzie allowed the song to ruin him, too. He decided it was the prefect song and that he could never make a better song. So he basically quit.

Pray for me. hug.gif
09-07-2014, 04:59 AM #18
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(09-07-2014, 03:49 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  Yes, that is a great, great song. Could be the best. In fact it is the tune that pooped in my head when reading the headline.

We should also give a shout out to "Are you going to San Francisco?" The song single handedly ruined that city because so many drugged out hippies went there as a result of that song.

The place has never recovered.





Scott McKenzie allowed the song to ruin him, too. He decided it was the prefect song and that he could never make a better song. So he basically quit.

It was ruined by negative intent and flowers weren't worn in the hair.



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09-07-2014, 07:54 AM #19
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yeah STH got it all going on both forward and backwards lol.
12-10-2014, 07:42 PM #20
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From its mystically haunting melodic openings and provocative instrumental ascent along with amazing lyrics vocalized with prowess towards its explosive climax laced with drumming finesse through evocative whispering descent into apocalyptic endings so quietly coalesced a better more profound and intense rock song has not been made by anyone anywhere and never will be...

12-10-2014, 07:54 PM #21
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I love Led Zep and my favourite album is Houses of the Holy which includes these two masterpieces;








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12-11-2014, 05:18 PM #22
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Unleashed right off the musical bat...

Good Times Bad Times right out of the melodic gate...

Led Zeppelins very first song on the first side of their first album...

Was and still is an intensely sonic masterpiece (*=*)

12-11-2014, 05:51 PM #23
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One of Led Zeppelins better songs that was recorded for but mysteriously not included upon their awesome third studio album Led Zeppelin III and reduced to the b side of their Immigrant Song single while the vastly inferior song Hats Off To Roy Harper remained and was not replaced by it on that record but anyways here it is (*=*)

12-12-2014, 12:45 AM #24
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(10-06-2013, 10:10 PM)Cosmic August Wrote:  My two favorite rock bands/musical groups are Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath...

Imo Led Zeppelins best song (out of so many others) is Stairway To Heaven - 1971...

Imo Black Sabbaths best song (out of so many others) is Heaven And Hell - 1980...

Both songs are epic and profoundly panoramic as they build towards similar instrumental intensities and then fade away with melodic whispers and Ozzy Osbourne isnt singing this Black Sabbath song its Ronnie James Dio...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5dd_o9lpW0embedded

I remember seeing Black Sabbath opening up for Blue Oyster Cult way back when...
http://www.black-sabbath.com/tourdates/1980tour/


At the time,many Sabbath fans left them after they replaced Ozzy with a short guy singing about Elves and Fairy's.
It is a good album,but with bad album sales they joined BOC as the opening act,them playing less time onstage.
I liked both bands,but BOC just took the stage and commanded it




sorry but boc ruled the stage in both shows that I saw..they just had a presence that Sabbath was miles behind in.
12-12-2014, 03:04 AM #25
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My first concert was back around the winter of 1985 at the worcester centrum in massachusetts where and when i saw Ozzy Osbourne along with Metallica as the opening act and that was when Metallica was really friggin awesome with their original bassist Cliff Burton who was tragically killed a couple of months later...



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