Led Zeppelin:

Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by ping-ping-clicka, May 15, 2021.

  1. ping-ping-clicka

    ping-ping-clicka Poster Extraordinaire Ad Free Member

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    After Decades I forget just how these guys brought to the table,
    Page Got his big Flash, lil' Bobby Planet (well of coarse), Bonham could not be ignored ,maybe John Paul Jones never really got his due , maybe,, matters not really.
    Since Acquiring the Strymon Iridium, I'm started to notice all the different tones Jimmy Page used, and how markedly original that they were in time. The sounds he used becoming a touchstone, an inspiration. Odd isn't it, hmmm.





    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_n33954kGk



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_lSJ-0Gl7Q&list=PLp3o6lwxnqMkm9dUECwqVBQY0IN6n1wH_&index=15
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_h9MxNn8P7w&list=PLp3o6lwxnqMkm9dUECwqVBQY0IN6n1wH_&index=11
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnMiXsRtsfc&list=PLp3o6lwxnqMkm9dUECwqVBQY0IN6n1wH_&index=7
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO2n7QoyieM&list=PLp3o6lwxnqMkm9dUECwqVBQY0IN6n1wH_&index=3
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la-zf2TgCjw&list=PL6ogdCG3tAWhD1MRIwl-WY-2ghlEUbHSn&index=4
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkFh7fC7-h8&list=PL6ogdCG3tAWhD1MRIwl-WY-2ghlEUbHSn&index=2
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8bVaTW6UCU&list=PL6ogdCG3tAWgDSjVPiWPDntdNa7E_2eY0&index=8

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  2. RobRiggs

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    All fantastic songs! If you never have, you should check out:
     
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    Killing Floor Friend of Leo's

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    ummmm, ya know....
     
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    There's a reason why they are called The Mighty Zep.
     
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    Killing Floor Friend of Leo's

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    I am a huge JPJ fan. Well, duh, he's pretty good at bass stuff. Here he is with my favorite psychopath screaming kook, Diamanda Galas.
     
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    We are not groupies. Robert Planet never laid a hand on me.
     
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    ping-ping-clicka Poster Extraordinaire Ad Free Member

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    Diamond Galas is one of the greatest vocalists of our time, bar none her instrument , of laser precision, crafts a vast array of human emotions.
    On The collaboration: Sporting Life, Ms. Galas and Mr. Jones Advanced the "rock and roll " song ages beyond the safety of conservative Pop music's stale and limited scope of possibilities.

    I read an interview with J.P.J. and the interviewer commentated on how much his solo work sounded like Led Zeppelin and Mr. Jones , politely stated , "they sound a lot like me"


     
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    Killing Floor Friend of Leo's

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    I agree. She is a force. She is not for everyone, not trying to be easy to listen to. She’s the living definition of artist. And her work with JPJ is my favorite of hers but also my favorite post Zep work of JPJ. Because art is supposed to evolve and push limits.
     
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    did you know that Yma Sumac Peruivan (she might have changed it to Yma Sumac from Amy Camus ,my guess) song bird and Yoko Ono both played with Ornette Coleman Yma Sumac was a noted Peruvian Soprano. In the 1950s, she was one of the most famous proponents of exotica music and became an international success, based on the merits of her extreme vocal range, which was said to be well over four octaves and was sometimes claimed to span even five octaves at her peak.

    On 29 February 1968,Yoko Ono appeared onstage at London's Royal Albert Hall with Ornette Coleman and his jazz group.
    Ono was enrolled in piano lessons from the age of 4. In 1937, the family was transferred back to Japan, and Ono enrolled at Tokyo's elite Gakushūin (also known as the Peers School), one of the most exclusive schools in Japan. The family moved to New York City in 1940.
    Associated acts: Toshi Ichiyanagi; John Cage; The singing voice is a tool. It can be used for more than one purpose. Yoko did not use her voice in the service of pop music. on to

    back to Diamanda Galas:
    Galás was preparing for her live solo debut, which took place at the 1979 Festival d'Avignon, in France, where she was doing post-graduate studies. It was a performance of Vinko Globokar's Un Jour Comme un Autre (A Day Like Any Other), an opera based on Amnesty International's documentation about the arrest and torture of a Turkish woman for alleged treason.[17][22][23] Globokar was the director of the Instruments and Voice department at the music and sound research center IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique), where Galás had been doing further experimentation on her vocal technique.[24][7] During her time in Paris, Galás also met the Greek composer and architect Iannis Xennakis, whose composition Akanthos (1977) she sang with IRCAM's Ensemble InterContemporain in 1980, while she was still in Europe.[25] After her return to the US, Galás performed one more work by Xenakis, his composition N'Shima (1975), in the US premiere of it in New York in 1981, alongside soprano Genevieve Renon-McLaughlin, who sang one of the two voice parts of this piece.
    It gets me how, well that wouldn't be
    charitable to say in print , so I'll just say I a painter paints portraits like Francis Bacon the assume it's trash ( not all people)

    I some one sings like
    Ethel Merman she can become a star, I some one sings like Diamonda Galas
    1). she can't sing, that's not singing
    2.) she's crazy and out of her mind.


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