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Posted: 31 Dec 05, 13:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Robert Plant- Vocals
Roger Taylor- Drums
Brian May- Guitar
Jimmy Page- Guitar
John Paul Jones- Bass

How about it??

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Posted: 31 Dec 05, 13:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sheer Pressure wrote:

Robert Plant- Vocals
Roger Taylor- Drums
Brian May- Guitar
Jimmy Page- Guitar
John Paul Jones- Bass

How about it??

Only if Robert Plant promises never to sing Innuendo ever again LOL

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Posted: 31 Dec 05, 13:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

teleman wrote:

Sheer Pressure wrote:

Robert Plant- Vocals
Roger Taylor- Drums
Brian May- Guitar
Jimmy Page- Guitar
John Paul Jones- Bass

How about it??

Only if Robert Plant promises never to sing Innuendo ever again LOL


Agreed. I could never fathom how such a talent could muff up so bad on that song.

Then again, Plant has his off days even WITH Zeppelin, as we all know from their performance at Live Aid, which was so bad, they refused Bob Geldof legal permission to release their performance on the Live Aid DVD, and instead made a contribution in the band's name to the Band Aid Trust.

Amazing how at Live Aid, Led Zeppelin's reunion was at THAT time as highly anticipated as Pink Floyd's at Live 8...and yet they totally SUCKED!!!! for history....

....yet...Queen, who when booked for Live Aid were considered lagging in both their music and their career, were almost considered obsolete, yet brought the WORLD to their feet,with their show stealing, brilliant historic performance.




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Posted: 31 Dec 05, 14:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No thanks.


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Posted: 31 Dec 05, 14:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brian May and Jimmy Page? That wouldn't work.

However the two bands at the height of their live status on a double bill would be amazing.


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Posted: 31 Dec 05, 14:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think May and Page would really work well together. I believe the two are friends, and they co-hosted the Riff-a-thons together. I know they both enjoy each others' guitar work, and the collaboration of the two would be great.

I would have said "Van Halen and Brian May? Never in a thousand years!" But then I listened to Blues Breaker and was quite impressed.


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Posted: 31 Dec 05, 16:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sheer Pressure wrote:

Robert Plant- Vocals
Roger Taylor- Drums
Brian May- Guitar
Jimmy Page- Guitar
John Paul Jones- Bass

How about it??


Why would you put Roger Taylor on drums if you have John Bonham? Sure Roger good, but Bonham is far better.

Or our we just talking about the living members, if so ignor me.

Personally I dont think it would work though.


Um, Whoooaaa!...?
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Posted: 31 Dec 05, 17:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Living members only please. Let's try to make this as realistic as possible.