I saw a Zepp tribute band called Boot-Led-Zeppelin & they were amazing. I've booked up to see them a 2nd time. If only I could see the real thing live but I've no chance now. When I saw B-L-Z I yelled for "When the Levee Breaks" so much I could only croak when I got home. Anyone seen them? What did you think?
1 of my favourite Zepp songs is "In The Evening" & I loveses their early stuff loads, I and II. *Anyway* I wanted to ask, why does Plant change voices/accents sometimes? They don't make them like that anymore, men *or* bands. *is sad*
Also like LoTR, *should* be getting the silver version of the One Ring soon
Click the shirt to view this fantastic Led zeppelin design by S.Marie. This design is so awsome and it comes on a wide varitey of shirts! You won't find this in any store, completely unique and a million times better than those mainstream shirts.
It comes in long sleeve, tank top, spagetti, and severl other colors.
Hey guys. I don't know if you've seen this or not yet -
Bascially it's a customizable homepage. It's got a google search, your favorite news links, a link to your email, and all that kind of stuff. There's maybe 50 other artists on the site. If you go to the main page you can see which are the most popular right now. Zeppelin isn't in the top four yet :(
Anyways, the idea for these pages is you can just make one of them your homepage. That way you'll have all the links you need everytime you open up your browser. And the page will look cool because it has mcr on it.
Let me know what you guys think! There's more coming every day. Oh, and please help me spread the word! If people could repost this in different places and tell your friends and stuff, that would be really cool.
Hi, my name is Cassie. I just joined this community today, thought that I would post. I'm a huge fan of classic rock and I would definitely have to say that Led Zeppelin is my most favorite band. For me every single song is incredible, and all the guys are some of the most talented. My favorite song from them is Tangerine. I'll try and post often in here, the people here seem mighty interesting to talk to. Peace out.
I went to see Zoso, a Led Zeppelin cover band, last weekend in Fayetteville, NC. They are so amazing, and if you ever get a chance to see them I highly recommend it. If you have ever seen a video of Led Zeppelin performing, especially if you got the DVD last year, then you will realize how similar this cover band is. They have the look and the clothing and the right instruments, but they also have the movements and the stage presence and the attitude. I have always wished I could have been born in my parents generation so I would have been around to see them in their heyday. But this is almost as good and a lot cheaper! Actually the show I went to was free. So anyways, go see them if you can. Here is a link to their website:
I just joined here and i thought i would just say hello. Im 18 and i live in Indiana. Ive been a huge fan of Zeppelin for as long as i can remember. So if anyone would like to add me, ill be more than happy to return the favor . ^_^
Has anyone ever heard of this Led Zeppelin cover band called Zoso? I have been trying to catch them since September but things keep happening. I have heard they are really good, and apparently the four members even try to look like the original guys. I am thinking about going to Fayetteville NC to see them in June b/c my boyfriend lives there. Anyways here is their website, check them out and let me know if you've seen them or heard anything about them.
Hey everyone. I'm new... I'm in college and of course my favorite band of all time is Led Zeppelin. I was raised up listening to them and for that I am so thankful. I have all their albums and the DVD that came out last year which is my favorite movie! My icon is my Swan Song tattoo, on my right shoulder blade. I just want to talk to cool people about the best music in the world, so here I am!
Crowley’s influence fell heavily on the late sixties and seventies. Biographies of Crowley had been published in England in 1958 and 1959; his autobiography, The Confessions of Aleister Crowley (1929–30), was re-released in 1969. The Beatles inserted Crowley’s face (back row, second from left) in the cartoon cover collage of their landmark Sergeant Pepper album (1967). It is rumored that the title song’s first line (“It was twenty years ago today”) alludes to Crowley’s death in 1947. Because of its descent from blues—called the “devil’s music” in the American South—rock already had a voodoo element lingering from Afro-Caribbean cults. But the Satanism in classic Rolling Stones songs and the magic pentagrams on Led Zeppelin’s album covers and stage costumes came from Crowley. Jimmy Page, Zeppelin’s virtuoso lead guitarist, collected Crowley memorabilia and bought his mansion, Boleskine House, on Scotland’s Loch Ness. The fad for backwards messages in rock songs, which the Beatles popularized, is said (on what authority I cannot confirm) to have been inspired by Crowley, who lauded the practice of reverse reading of scripture in medieval Satanic rituals. Crowley admirers in seventies rock included David Bowie and heavy-metal musicians like Ozzy Osbourne, whose song, “Mr. Crowley” (“You waited on Satan’s call”), appeared on his first solo album after leaving Black Sabbath.