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Old 02-05-2009, 03:36 PM   #3476
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The essential Jim Morrison. Part of the "Lost Paris Tapes" Beautiful.
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Old 02-05-2009, 06:56 PM   #3477
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The essential Jim Morrison. Part of the "Lost Paris Tapes" Beautiful.
I really like that as well. I perfer The Lost Paris Tapes to American Prayer also...the posthumous backing music didn't really jive with the poetry IMHO.
I actually perfer Morrison reading his stuff without it.
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Old 02-06-2009, 03:47 PM   #3478
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I really like that as well. I perfer The Lost Paris Tapes to American Prayer also...the posthumous backing music didn't really jive with the poetry IMHO.
I actually perfer Morrison reading his stuff without it.
As do I. Even "Texas Radio and the Big Beat" sounds majestic when Morrison reads it without music.
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Old 02-06-2009, 06:22 PM   #3479
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Old 02-07-2009, 07:05 AM   #3480
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Old 02-07-2009, 07:22 AM   #3481
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Whats amazing about the guitar player in this clip is what happened to him. Pat Martino had a brain anuerism and lost all memory. Total amnesia!!!!! Could not remember he played guitar. With help of his old recording and friends he re-learned how to play.

Pretty sure he was playing with Joey Defransesco the last time I saw him when he opened for Steely Dan but I'm not sure.

Pretty cool clip
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Old 02-08-2009, 07:00 PM   #3484
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Old 02-08-2009, 07:17 PM   #3485
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I have apparently agreed to go see The Tubes. My buddy is nuts about '80's music and loves stuff like this and, say, Kraftwerk.

How bad is this going to be?
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Old 02-08-2009, 07:21 PM   #3486
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I'm watching a debate elsewhere about who would be a decent replacement singer for Robert Plant, since Page seems to want to tour and Plant doesn't. One guy is pulling for Terry Reid. Another guy thinks Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge would be good. I kind of like Chris Robinson for the job.

What do you'all think?
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Old 02-08-2009, 07:35 PM   #3487
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I'm watching a debate elsewhere about who would be a decent replacement singer for Robert Plant, since Page seems to want to tour and Plant doesn't. One guy is pulling for Terry Reid. Another guy thinks Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge would be good. I kind of like Chris Robinson for the job.

What do you'all think?
There is no replacement.

Without Plant, it isnt Led Zeppelin. Period. Same goes for Page, JPJ and Bonham.

They should name it something else and do original tunes.
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Old 02-08-2009, 07:42 PM   #3488
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There is no replacement.

Without Plant, it isnt Led Zeppelin. Period. Same goes for Page, JPJ and Bonham.

They should name it something else and do original tunes.
Yeah. I'm aware of what should be. I saw them on the 1973, 1975, and 1977 tours and won't be going to see them in their dottage no matter who they hire.

Anyway, does anyone have an opinion about who might be the best replacement, assuming Plant sticks to his guns?
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Old 02-08-2009, 08:31 PM   #3489
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Yeah. I'm aware of what should be. I saw them on the 1973, 1975, and 1977 tours and won't be going to see them in their dottage no matter who they hire.

Anyway, does anyone have an opinion about who might be the best replacement, assuming Plant sticks to his guns?
Ah...Im jealous. i never saw them live.

Page should hook up with a unique singer/songwriter type. Maybe someone like Chris Robinson or even Steven Tyler would be cool, but I wouldnt call it Zep.

I would buy tickets in a heartbeak if Page joined The Strokes, Kings of Leon, or North Mississippi Allstars for an album of new original tunes. That would be outstanding.
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Old 02-08-2009, 09:07 PM   #3490
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I have apparently agreed to go see The Tubes. My buddy is nuts about '80's music and loves stuff like this and, say, Kraftwerk.

How bad is this going to be?
Well, only half the band is left, but they put on a good to great show. The material is somewhat eccentric and not for everyone. Even if you don't care for it, it's worth going just to see Prarie Prince..unquestionably the most underrated drummer of the last 30 years.

Kraftwerk demands a lot from the listener...I always liked electronic music that wasn't geared for the dance clubs. Unfortunately, a lot of that stuff is lost on people on this side of the Atlantic. I've freaked a few people out with Autoban in my time....the ones left standing were subjected to Magma and Synergy, that usually took care of the rest

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Old 02-08-2009, 09:09 PM   #3491
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Ah...Im jealous. i never saw them live.

Page should hook up with a unique singer/songwriter type. Maybe someone like Chris Robinson or even Steven Tyler would be cool, but I wouldnt call it Zep.

I would buy tickets in a heartbeak if Page joined The Strokes, Kings of Leon, or North Mississippi Allstars for an album of new original tunes. That would be outstanding.
Page with The Strokes? I can't think of a pairing more odd than that.
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Old 02-08-2009, 09:15 PM   #3492
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Page with The Strokes? I can't think of a pairing more odd than that.
The Strokes have a sharp, metered-out, clean type of late 60's-meets-matchless kind of guitar tones. Page would slice right through with his technique. He makes anything he does interesting. I think that he would be awesome with The Strokes. He would light those songs on fire.
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Old 02-08-2009, 09:33 PM   #3493
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The Strokes have a sharp, metered-out, clean type of late 60's-meets-matchless kind of guitar tones. Page would slice right through with his technique. He makes anything he does interesting. I think that he would be awesome with The Strokes. He would light those songs on fire.
I dunno about that, the pairing just doesn't make very much sense to me....it would be interesting to see what would result from it though, I'll give you that much. I've seen weird pairings before work out surprisingly well (like Sonny Rollins & Leonard Cohen) and this would definitely rank right up there amongst the strangest.

What's next? Robert Plant cutting an album with The Hives backing him up?
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I dunno about that, the pairing just doesn't make very much sense to me....it would be interesting to see what would result from it though, I'll give you that much. I've seen weird pairings before work out surprisingly well (like Sonny Rollins & Leonard Cohen) and this would definitely rank right up there amongst the strangest.

What's next? Robert Plant cutting an album with The Hives backing him up?
Page is always relevant. He is truly a brilliant player. He could find a niche anywhere, with anyone. I am confident that anyone that would add him to their songwriting process would end up much the better. Not to mention the performance aspect, where Page is a master. He is one of those guys who transcends era.
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Page is always relevant. He is truly a brilliant player. He could find a niche anywhere, with anyone. I am confident that anyone that would add him to their songwriting process would end up much the better. Not to mention the performance aspect, where Page is a master. He is one of those guys who transcends era.
Boy, I dunno about that.

That wasn't exactly the case when he joined forces with Dave Coverdale or the Black Crowes, but then again, I've never been all that awed by Page in the first place, so the reverence for him escapes me. The Crowes set was at least listenable, which is more than I can say for the Page/Coverdale or Page/Plant recordings. I won't even elaborate on the disaster that was The Firm. Given all that, I'd say his batting average just isn't all that high post-Zep. IOW, what you say might have been true circa 1970 something...but the evidence is showing something very different since then.
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Whats amazing about the guitar player in this clip is what happened to him. Pat Martino had a brain anuerism and lost all memory. Total amnesia!!!!! Could not remember he played guitar. With help of his old recording and friends he re-learned how to play.

Pretty sure he was playing with Joey Defransesco the last time I saw him when he opened for Steely Dan but I'm not sure.

Pretty cool clip
Yep.

Even more amazing to me is that Martino not only re-learned how to play - he was able to return to the same level of playing as before the aneurysm.

I attended a clinic he gave at G.I.T. not too long after his return to music. The aneurysm definitely didn't diminish his overall intellectual capacity - you practically need a degree in advanced math to understand some of the theoretical systems he has created.
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Boy, I dunno about that.

That wasn't exactly the case when he joined forces with Dave Coverdale or the Black Crowes, but then again, I've never been all that awed by Page in the first place, so the reverence for him escapes me. The Crowes set was at least listenable, which is more than I can say for the Page/Coverdale or Page/Plant recordings. I won't even elaborate on the disaster that was The Firm. Given all that, I'd say his batting average just isn't all that high post-Zep. IOW, what you say might have been true circa 1970 something...but the evidence is showing something very different since then.
I actually thought his record with Coverdale was outstanding. Although it could of easily been mistaken for Zeppelin material i loved it.
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I actually thought his record with Coverdale was outstanding. Although it could of easily been mistaken for Zeppelin material i loved it.
Coverdale has always driven me nuts....I can't stand that guy.
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