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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 08:16 AM
WHAT WAS THE FRIST SONG/ALBUM YOU HEARED.
WHATS YOUR FAV SONG. BEST PAGE GUITAR SOLO.
WHOM IS YOUR TOP MEMBER.
BEST ALBUM ART WORK.


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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 08:26 AM
well the song was whole lotta love. a friends tape round the cycle shed at high shcool.
well had to have a smoke too!.
the frist album around best friends home is older bro`s vinyl . house of the holy. oh lol frist grilfriend too.
best jimmy solo from htwww: dazed and confused.
member is john (bonzo) boham.
art work well it between 3.
so thats
i,iii and in through the out door.

 

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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 02:04 PM
Whole Lotta Love, of course. 1971. 6th grade. I didn't know Zep from a hole in the ground, was on a stingray mission to the record store with two dollars and maybe .50 in change to get my very first 33rpm LP, it had been 45's until then. Walked in and had zero clue what all these strange names were on all these weird albums. Asked the grim and forbidding spectacled long-haired old guy, probably all of 18, at the register what he would recommend. Without any hesitation or word spoken he handed me Led Zeppelin ll. It was three dollars. He said, "Forget it, this is the record you're looking for. Enjoy."
Good god, when that riff hit me it was all over.

 

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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 03:13 PM
Led Zeppelin II


..........and it is still my favorite Zep album and I love them all!

 

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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 03:36 PM
Forgot,

favorite Page solo:

acoustic: Black Mountain Side
electric: can't recall the name. the fast and loud one.

Favorite song: Kashmir


 

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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 04:37 PM
the 1st album I heard was LZ 1 - I was in about 4th grade and the album just came out. An older cousin was telling me how great it was and how this is the next big band. I didn't get it.
The next year, someone told me LZ 2 was a great album. I bought it. I didn't get it.
About a year later, I put it on again for some reason. the needle dropped on Heartbreaker, and this time I got it. I was floored.
i would have to put that one as my favorite Page solo
favorite song would also probably be Heartbreaker. Thank You would be close also.
artwork - Houses of Holy

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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 05:27 PM
WHAT WAS THE FRIST SONG/ALBUM YOU HEARED.
Stairway to Heaven from the untitled fourth album. A grade school friend brought it in on the last day of 8th grade when the music teacher said we could bring in some records to play. I begged him to let me borrow it and luckily he did. Thanks Jeff! It's all your fault.

WHATS YOUR FAV SONG. BEST PAGE GUITAR SOLO.
Changes every week. Solo: Opening solo on "Since I've Been Loving You" from the original film The Song Remains The Same. Page took the glaringly bad note out in the remaster and I like it better with it.

WHOM IS YOUR TOP MEMBER.
Jimmy Page. Good guitarist, better producer and composer. His layers of guitars, his tunings and his chord shapes changed everything. Other did those things individually but he combined them into a cohesive whole.

BEST ALBUM ART WORK.
Untitled fourth album. It sparks the imagination like no other Zep album. For intricacy I'd pick Physical Graffiti.

 

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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 05:43 PM
Well, if you count The Yardbirds' "I'm Confused" & "White Summer" as Zeppelin songs, those were the first ones I heard...if not, then probably was "Whole Lotta Love". I was a tad tardy getting into Zeppelin...I got LZ II before I got LZ I. But pretty much bought every subsequent album on their release date after that.

Until In Through The Out Door, that is. I was working in a record store when that one came out...wasn't too keen on the Presence album, so it clouded how I heard the follow up...plus, I had to listen to it at least twice every shift I worked, so there was no need to buy it right away...except for the fact that there was 4 different covers to the album (anybody remember that marketing scheme?) so I made sure I got all four covers...but, have no idea if I still have all four or not since my LPs have been boxed up & in storage since the late 80s/early 90s.

Top member? Initially it was Jimmy Page, since he was the only member I already was familiar with since I was a Yardbirds fan...and I'd read John Paul Jones' name on Jeff Beck & Donovan albums (I was an avid liner notes reader), but other than that, I wasn't familiar with him. Bonham & Plant were totally new names to me at the time.

Best Page solo? Can't narrow it down. Although I always found the solo in "Rock & Roll" pretty fun to play...& was the first solo I could play...I had learned the main RIFFS of many of the songs, but that was the first SOLO I figured out how to play. I have Jimmy to thank for indirectly teaching me how to play harmonics when I learned the intro to "Dazed & Confused".

Favorite song? Well, since I always liked the Yardbirds' "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor", it would just be natural that "The Song Remains The Same" would follow suit. And, ditto with "White Summer" & "Black Mountain Side".

Album art? While I liked Hipgnosis' work on Pink Floyd albums, I just didn't think that their work on Presence was that great (but, then, I could've been swayed by not really caring for the music on the album.) The little wheel rotating the pictures in the windows of LZ III probably was my favorite album art of them all. And, despite my previous rant on Hipgnosis, I DID like the concept of the 4 covers of In Through The Out Door being from 4 different characters' vantage points of the same scene.

 
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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 06:37 PM
Led II, was a Freshman in High School

Whole Lot Love, caught this 14 year olds attention.

Robert Plant, Great vocal range. Still enjoy what he is doing today.

Led Zep III for art work. Boy I miss album covers and inner sleeves, and sometimes a cool gift inside with a poster included.

 

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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 10:30 PM
quote:
WHAT WAS THE FRIST SONG/ALBUM YOU HEARED. -- Black Dog

WHATS YOUR FAV SONG. BEST PAGE GUITAR SOLO. -- How Many More Times, no clear cut favorite Page solo

WHOM IS YOUR TOP MEMBER. -- John Bonham

BEST ALBUM ART WORK. -- No opinion

 

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  posted on 10/18/2013 at 10:48 PM
WHAT WAS THE FRIST SONG/ALBUM YOU HEARED ? song-"good times, bad times" album-debut

WHATS YOUR FAV SONG. BEST PAGE GUITAR SOLO. -- "Tea For One" on both accounts

WHOM IS YOUR TOP MEMBER. -- John Bonham

BEST ALBUM ART WORK. -- Zeppelin III cause of the interactive aspects

 

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