than "Led Zeppelin III." In my opinion, that's their best; I always loved when they embraced their folk sound because it sounds so earnest and beautiful, with Jimmy Page's gentle acoustic guitars complementing Robert Plant's gorgeous, smooth, sweet, but powerful vocals, and the...
In high school I majored in going to concerts at the Cincinnati Gardens and Riverfront Stadium. Kashmir and Presence were the albums at that time. They were the number one band of the 70s. Riverfront had just opened and they offered festival seating which meant first come first...
stairway to heaven and I just woke up and stairway to heaven is playing (to get to sleep i listen to music and I have a playlist of music cause my sister "infected" my phone with today's **** so I have a playlist of the good music on my iPhone)
that sends tingles down my spine. for me it's a holy song, a song from the gods. it's beautiful and powerful and haunting all at the same time. without question they are the best rock n roll band that ever and will ever live.
"Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You"
Babe, baby, baby, I'm Gonna Leave You.
I said baby, you know I'm gonna leave you.
I'll leave you when the summertime,
Leave you when the summer comes a-rollin'
Leave you when the summer comes along.
Baby, baby, I don't wanna leave you,
or at least thought of writing a very similar story just the other day,no I'm sure I wrote it to someone.
I was in the living room It was I think 1969 I turned the radio on
there was kqv am and fm at night am faded out to a weak signal I think they had to cut power because of...
Zeppelin and their music and live concerts, but one person deserves as much equal credit for their success.
That person is Peter Grant, who was the right man in the right place at the right time. So many stories about him have gone down in history but without his management...
Picking a user name wasn't easy,
all of the good names were taken
so I picked a word that is part of a so called nonsense word
from a movie I saw as a kid
I may change it again if I think of a better one so it's temporary as most things are.
I try to keep things positive...
The first time I heard of Zeppelin was when I went to go see "The Song Remains the Same". I was 15. The second time I saw it I was 16 and was with my high school crush, who I eventually married. We have the movie on DVD. Every time we see it, it takes us back to a time when...
since they were an actual touring band. I came of age to go to their concerts when the In Through the Out Door album was released. Sadly, John Bonham died and Led Zeppelin ceased to exist.
I just had the pleasure of watching the surviving members reunite with John Bonham's...
My brother was into them and used to play them loud, but I was attracted to the way vocalist, Robert Plant could sing with such emotion - a cry in his voice - and such range, from hard rock to sweet, gentle ballads.
I saw Page and Plant do a whole lotta Led Zeppelin material in...
box set of Led Zeppelin. I was listening to it on my walk, and it just didn't sound as good--I'm thinking, " this isn't Robert Plant!" I looked at it and realized it was a freaking cover band, called Led Zepagain, lol.