Category Archives: Heavy Metal

  1. Whole Lotta Love. February 17th - Festival Hall - Nagoya Japan. Japan Tour. 20 CD Set Complete Japan Tour. CD's look Silver and not CD-R that are Blue, Green, Yellow. Quality far surpasses compressed MP3 or Youtube maconttuzulcidegarededisreime.coinfo date: Jul 13,
  2. Sep 09,  · The pioneering heavy-rock quartet that he formed with Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Bonham was the most successful and arguably the most influential British group of .
  3. Watch & Listen (Cosmic Energy CE) Irvine Meadows, Irvine, CA – October 3, Wanton Song, Bring It On Home, Ramble On, Thank You, No Quarter, That’s The Way, Hurdy Gurdy Solo, Gallows Pole, Since I’ve Been Loving You, The Song Remains The Same, Going To California, Babe I’m Gonna Leave You, Friends, Four Sticks, Whole Lotta Love, In The Evening, Kashmir Page & Plant.
  4. "The Ocean" is a song by English rock band Led Zeppelin, from their album Houses of the Holy. The ocean is a metaphor for the "sea of heads" faced by lead singer Robert Plant "in the auditoriums", according to the group's biographer Dave Lewis.
  5. Page & Plant, The Old Devils Are Back: Shepherds Bush Empire, March 25 1 DVD, with Menu & Song separation, NTSC: Video is Audience, has some problems towards the end: 1st Audio is Dolby Digital , frontspeakers are Soundboard.
  6. The page plant tour in Japan in , it had already shown a tremendous excitement. After ZEP disbanded, the plant was solo in the ’s, and Paige had also made their visit to Japan with Coverdale Paige in , but since both males were on the Japanese stage .
  7. THE OLD DEVILS ARE BACK 1 DVD - Fan Release - Egyptian Intro - Wanton Song - Bring It On Home - Heartbreaker - Ramble On - Walking Into Clarkesdale - No Quarter - When I Was A Child - Going To California - Tangerine - Gallows Pole - Burning Up - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You - How Many More Times Medley In The Light - Most High - Whole Lotta Love - House Of Love - Crossroads - Thank You.
  8. Many people consider this album to be his magnum-opus. John Paul Jones' arrangement, and orchestration of, Kashmir remains influential, as does the drumming of John Bonham, the vocals of Robert Plant, and the guitar-army of Jimmy Page (especially on Ten Years Gone). There is the beautiful acoustic guitar of Bron-Y-Aur (Golden Breast)/5(2).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *