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October 20, 2015 at 10:41 pm Quote #50622

mrmojohalen
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Ozzy w/ Randy Rhoads – Cleveland, OH 1981


When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favor?


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October 21, 2015 at 12:23 am Quote #50623

Lance
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A VH during one of their Club days shows would be nice… but I really would love to see a full show of Ozzy during his Diary of a Madman tour with RR …


another tour.. and no shows in my area.. maybe the next reunion tour 2020 … lol


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October 21, 2015 at 10:42 am Quote #50626

videoman320
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Being an old fart there are many shows I would like to go back in time and film. In 1967 went to my first two concerts like a week apart. Jimi Hendrix and the following week Cream. Any of the seven Zeppelin shows I saw. The two Deep Purple reunion shows I was at in 1985 at The UIC Pavillion. Also have to throw in Queens first Chicago show at The Auditorium Theatre. The Queen show at Chicago Stadium with Thin Lizzy opening would be another one.


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October 21, 2015 at 10:47 am Quote #50627

videoman320
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Think how much money we would save on tickets. Back in the late 60′s there was a place called The Kinetic Playground on the north side of Chicago.Every big group played there. Led Zeppelin with Jethro Tull as the opening act. Tickets in advance $4.00 and $5.00 at the door the night of the show. How much would a double bill like that cost today.


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October 21, 2015 at 11:50 am Quote #50628

voodoo
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single-8: Filmed in 1973 over several nights…

But the live footage was unusable and they had to stage a reshoot of the entire show for the movie.

http://dangerousminds.net/comments/kubrick_didnt_fake_the_moon_landing_but_led_zeppelin

“True or false: The performances from The Song Remains the Same, the concert film that supposedly documents Led Zeppelin’s 1973 Madison Square Garden shows weren’t actually filmed at Madison Square Garden?

Mostly true!

It’s not exactly a secret but it’s neither something that seems to be widely known by the general public, or even most Led Zeppelin fans for that matter. Now I’m not trying to imply here that Led Zeppelin didn’t even play Madison Square Garden for three nights in late July of 1973, because of course they did and The Song Remains the Same‘s original director, Joe Massot (Wonderwall) was there with a camera crew trained on them when they did. This much is not being disputed.

The problem was, as the group and their manager Peter Grant found out only after they’d fired Massot from the project, is that he’d gotten inadequate—practically unusable—coverage that wouldn’t sync properly or cut. Some great shots but nothing that could be used to create an edited sequence.”


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October 21, 2015 at 3:25 pm Quote #50629

PT5150
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I’m not a filmer of gigs but would have loved to have been at these gigs…

VH- backyard parties, 78, Parachute gig, U.S. Festival, 5150 Tour, MOR
AC/DC 1970′s
MOTLEY CRÜE 1980′s club show
DEF LEPPARD Hysteria Tour
METALLICA-GNR co headline Tour


EDDIE’S fingers aren’t fingers they are muscle-powered pistons that hammer guitar strings to the fretboard with the force of a rivet gun”.


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October 21, 2015 at 3:58 pm Quote #50630

ron
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