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Old 06-26-2005, 07:59 PM   #1
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discuss them here.

lately I've been fascinated by john bonham's drum sound (again) and the bass work of john paul jones.
I've also developed a new respect for Page's guitar work and especially his producing.
let's not forget their debut album was recorded when they like 20.

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yea john bonhams drum sound is very intresting, my drum teacher refers to it as a heavy sound(not to mention im workin on stairway to heaven)

also besides the amazing soungs jimmy paige is probably among the greatest guitarests ever
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Their albums are reason enough to Bring On Home the argument that the lead guitarist should always produce the record.



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I think Page is a better producer than 90% of those getting paid by top acts today.
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The amazing thing is that you've got, quite possibly, the greatest singer, the greatest guitar player, the greatest drummer, and the greatest bassist all in the same band.

Best Bands of All Time:

1. Led Zeppelin
2. The Beatles
3. The Rolling Stones
4. U2
5. The Who
6. Credence Clearwater Revival
7. Nirvana
8. The Velvet Underground
9. Pink Floyd
10. The Clash
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The amazing thing is that you've got, quite possibly, the greatest singer, the greatest guitar player, the greatest drummer, and the greatest bassist all in the same band.

Best Bands of All Time:

1. Led Zeppelin
5. The Who
aw cmon the who are better an led zeppelin

think it this way:

pete townsend was a better song writer than paige an plant

entwistle is much better an john paul jones

roger daultry is just as good as plant

keith moons drumming

(ill admit paige is a better guitarest)
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aw cmon the who are better an led zeppelin

think it this way:

pete townsend was a better song writer than paige an plant

entwistle is much better an john paul jones

roger daultry is just as good as plant

keith moons drumming

(ill admit paige is a better guitarest)
you know why pete townsend was(is) so mad when he plays live, thats because he cant play led guitar like page!!!
jimmy page
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Re: Led Zeppelin

On the subject of John Bonham, Coda is worth it just for "Bonzo's Montreux." Makes "Moby Dick" sound like a cymbal crash.
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I think Page is a better producer than 90% of those getting paid by top acts today.
Agreed. Considering the prestige of the musicians in his group, it's amazing that they did not break up over artistic differences. Hence the reason why the guitarist should be the one to assert control, not the bass player.

I'm looking at you, Sting.

And the only time in history Pete Townshend came close to Page was when he performed Young Man Blues. Then again, all arguments supporting Townshend's supremacy are severely weakened by the fact that The Who needed Page's studio guitar recording to accent Can't Explain (The Who's first single).
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Led Zeppelin .. one of the GREATEST rock and roll bands of all time

CLASSIC songs ...

These songs are my overall favorites ::

Communication Breakdown
Good Times Bad Times
Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You
You Shook Me
Dazed And Confused
Whole Lotta Love
Heartbreaker / Livin' Lovin Maid (She's Just A Woman)
Black Dog
Rock And Roll
Stairway To Heaven
Going To California
When The Levee Breaks
In The Evening
Fool In The Rain
All Of My Love
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I used to associate them with bad 70s cock rock.

I still do, to some extent. But good music is good music, and they have quite a fair bit.
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