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Shek
10 Nov 08,, 00:44
I've been listening to all my Pink Floyd this weekend and figured it'd be a worthy topic of discussion - what's the best Pink Floyd song?

jame$thegreat
10 Nov 08,, 00:58
My mom says "Comfortably Numb" from The Wall. She's a big Floyd fan. I would agree but it gives me mixed feelings. The song reminds me of a horrible time in my life, but at the same time is a great song that I have a strong affinity for.

I would say (excluding Comfortably Numb) "Brain Damage" from Dark Side of the Moon. Great song; never gets old.

jame$thegreat
10 Nov 08,, 01:01
I expect "Time" from Dark Side of the Moon to be a favorite amongst many a WABer.

greatindian
10 Nov 08,, 01:11
Mine is "Coming Back to Life", Division Bell. Its evergreen.

Debbie
10 Nov 08,, 01:12
Who is Pink Floyd?:))

jame$thegreat
10 Nov 08,, 01:23
Who is Pink Floyd?:))

:eek: BAN^ :))

Debbie
10 Nov 08,, 01:36
:eek: BAN^ :))

HA!:tongue:

bonehead
10 Nov 08,, 01:40
What!? Merle Haggard never opened for Pink Floyd?

Southie
10 Nov 08,, 01:47
What!? Merle Haggard never opened for Pink Floyd?

Who is Merle Haggard? :biggrin:

Another Brick In The Wall...of course!!!

Shamus
10 Nov 08,, 02:01
Hmmm.....probably "Wish You Were Here" but just too many to choose from:cool:.

Gun Grape
10 Nov 08,, 04:01
Picked "Wish you were here" but my all time favorite is
"Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict".

I won a night of free booze at a bar in Korea off that song.

An Australian band was playing that night and put forth the challenge "We can play any Floyd song there is." "Free booze for anyone that could stump us."

They had never heard of the song. Had to get the house DJ to pull the album to prove it for them.

Shek
10 Nov 08,, 04:07
Picked "Wish you were here" but my all time favorite is
"Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict".

I won a night of free booze at a bar in Korea off that song.

An Australian band was playing that night and put forth the challenge "We can play any Floyd song there is." "Free booze for anyone that could stump us."

They had never heard of the song. Had to get the house DJ to pull the album to prove it for them.

What album (I don't have it)?

Debbie
10 Nov 08,, 04:20
my all time favorite is
"Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict".

I won a night of free booze at a bar in Korea off that song.

Ugh...what kind of devil song is that?

Bigfella
10 Nov 08,, 04:20
What album (I don't have it)?

Ummagumma.

As I recall is is a double album with one side turned over to each member (or perhaps it has some live tracks & then a selection from each). To be honest, most of it is really tedious late 60s British Prog Rock.

It is probably my favourite name for a song not written by Kinky Friedman (though Cream;s 'Pressed Rat & Warthog' is also a fave).

In the poll I voted 'comfortably numb'. Not only evocative lyrics, but two of the most beautiful guitar solos you will ever hear.

Shek
10 Nov 08,, 04:46
Okay, found it.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Several_Species_of_Small_Furry_Animals_Gathered_To gether_in_a_Cave_and_Grooving_with_a_Pict

Gun Grape
10 Nov 08,, 05:06
Told you it was good.:biggrin:

I cannot believe you "Youngsters" had never heard of it.

Gun Grape
10 Nov 08,, 05:14
It is probably my favourite name for a song not written by Kinky Friedman (though Cream;s 'Pressed Rat & Warthog' is also a fave).


Yea but one of my other "Favorite Bands" has a few good ones also.

Pig - Me and the Whore

One white duck=nothing at all

From a dead beat to an old geezer

Anyone know the band? They have been together a long time, and its a well known group.

bolo121
10 Nov 08,, 05:19
I've always liked High Hopes, but its not in the poll. So voted for Wish you were here, the one i like best after that.8ioavsW0tgI

Gun Grape
10 Nov 08,, 05:23
I've always liked High Hopes, but its not in the poll. So voted for Wish you were here, the one i like best after that.

Cause thats not "Real" Pink Floyd. No Roger Waters = No Pink Floyd.

ArmchairGeneral
10 Nov 08,, 05:42
In the poll I voted 'comfortably numb'. Not only evocative lyrics, but two of the most beautiful guitar solos you will ever hear.

Ditto about the solos. We had a debate about the greatest guitar solo ever the other day, and it came down to a deadlock between "Comfortably Numb" and "Hotel California."

bolo121
10 Nov 08,, 06:16
Cause thats not "Real" Pink Floyd. No Roger Waters = No Pink Floyd.

I didnt know that standards were so strict!:rolleyes::eek:

GraniteForge
10 Nov 08,, 06:24
Yea but one of my other "Favorite Bands" has a few good ones also.

Pig - Me and the Whore

One white duck=nothing at all

From a dead beat to an old geezer

Anyone know the band? They have been together a long time, and its a well known group.

Jethro Tull. One of my favorites. I saw them in concert a few times in the mid-late 1970s. I wore out two copies of Aqualung, still have the third (with no turntable to play it on). But I am probably most partial to their song "Hunting Girl."

Parihaka
10 Nov 08,, 11:22
wish you were here. 1982, Omarama, floating around in the McCaws glider with a ghetto blaster hammering it out. I wish I was still. Now I have to go download it.

Knaur Amarsh
10 Nov 08,, 13:12
Voted for Brick in the Wall

bolo121
10 Nov 08,, 14:11
The winners


Wish you were Here
So, so you think you can tell Heaven from Hell,
blue skies from pain.
Can you tell a green field from a cold steel rail?
A smile from a veil?
Do you think you can tell?
And did they get you to trade your heroes for ghosts?
Hot ashes for trees?
Hot air for a cool breeze?
Cold comfort for change?
And did you exchange a walk on part in the war for a lead role in a cage?
How I wish, how I wish you were here.
We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year,
Running over the same old ground.
What have you found? The same old fears.
Wish you were here.



Another Brick in the Wall

We don't need no education
We dont need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave them kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids alone!
All in all it's just another brick in the wall.
All in all you're just another brick in the wall.

We don't need no education
We dont need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave them kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids alone!
All in all it's just another brick in the wall.
All in all you're just another brick in the wall.

"Wrong, Do it again!"
"If you don't eat yer meat, you can't have any pudding. How can you
have any pudding if you don't eat yer meat?"
"You! Yes, you behind the bikesheds, stand still laddy!"

Samudra
10 Nov 08,, 15:01
Wish you were here.
Brick in the wall.

Why don't any of you like 'When the tigers broke free?' :confused:

Samudra
10 Nov 08,, 15:03
Now I have to go download it.

Just so you feel jealous. Me has full pink floyd discography in the black 1tb little box on the table. :biggrin:

Parihaka
10 Nov 08,, 19:33
Just so you feel jealous. Me has full pink floyd discography in the black 1tb little box on the table. :biggrin:

:tongue:

Wooglin
10 Nov 08,, 19:46
Comfortably Numb, but Wish You Were Here was a very close second. Overall I think Dark side of the Moon was a better album than the Wall though. One of my favorite Floyd albums is "Animals"

Dogs
Pigs
Sheep

Good stuff.

Albany Rifles
10 Nov 08,, 19:56
Wish You Were Here

ghatotkacha
10 Nov 08,, 20:23
Comfortably Numb, but Wish You Were Here was a very close second. Overall I think Dark side of the Moon was a better album than the Wall though. One of my favorite Floyd albums is "Animals"

Dogs
Pigs
Sheep

Good stuff.

Second that ... Although I voted for "Time" on this poll, I personally find "Animals" to be one of the best albums of Pink Floyd ... But as a band .. I think Led Zep beats everyone else hollow ... They are the true "Gods of Rock"

Shek
12 Nov 08,, 04:47
Picked "Wish you were here" but my all time favorite is
"Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict".

I won a night of free booze at a bar in Korea off that song.

An Australian band was playing that night and put forth the challenge "We can play any Floyd song there is." "Free booze for anyone that could stump us."

They had never heard of the song. Had to get the house DJ to pull the album to prove it for them.

I just heard this on the radio today (of course, it was on an obscure FM station on the end of the spectrum). Talk about timing :eek:

Ray
12 Nov 08,, 05:58
Who is Pink Floyd?:))

He is a pink candy floss insured by Llyods of London.

Ray
12 Nov 08,, 06:01
I liked Money.

brak
12 Nov 08,, 09:31
Learning to fly.

Andrey Egorov
12 Nov 08,, 10:04
I vote for Echoes - amazing song

and On the Turning Away (from Delicate Sound of Thunder live) for best solo ever played on electric guitar

kuku
13 Nov 08,, 09:02
I find the songs very depressing for some reason and yet it feels good to listen to them.

bolo121
13 Nov 08,, 09:08
Thats like the whole point right there. :))

kuku
13 Nov 08,, 09:29
Thats like the whole point right there. :))
A whole semester down the drain.

Comfetably Numb takes me back to those days and gets me incredibly depressed, so it gets my vote.

bolo121
13 Nov 08,, 10:50
A whole semester down the drain.

Comfetably Numb takes me back to those days and gets me incredibly depressed, so it gets my vote.

Hello.
Is there anybody in there?
Just nod if you can hear me.
Is there anyone home?

Come on, now.
I hear you're feeling down.
Well I can ease your pain,
Get you on your feet again.

Relax.
I need some information first.
Just the basic facts:
Can you show me where it hurts?

There is no pain, you are receding.
A distant ships smoke on the horizon.
You are only coming through in waves.
Your lips move but I cant hear what you're sayin.
When I was a child I had a fever.
My hands felt just like two balloons.
Now I got that feeling once again.
I cant explain, you would not understand.
This is not how I am.
I have become comfortably numb.

Ok.
Just a little pinprick. [ping]
Therell be no more --aaaaaahhhhh!
But you may feel a little sick.

Can you stand up?
I do believe its working. good.
Thatll keep you going for the show.
Come on its time to go.

There is no pain, you are receding.
A distant ships smoke on the horizon.
You are only coming through in waves.
Your lips move but I cant hear what youre sayin.
When I was a child I caught a fleeting glimpse,
Out of the corner of my eye.
I turned to look but it was gone.
I cannot put my finger on it now.
The child is grown, the dream is gone.
I have become comfortably numb.

Too right...far too right

Gun Grape
14 Nov 08,, 01:25
My favorits Floyd album is a close race between
Wish You Were Here and The Final Cut. (Last "real" Floyd album)

The best song off the Wall has got to be One of My Turns.

What visual first 2 lines. Drives the point home and you know everything is not going to be alright:cool:

And the movie nails it. And whom hasn't wanted to give into that inner beast and trash a room like that?

Day after day, love turns grey
Like the skin of a dying man
And night after night we pretend it's all right
But I have grown older and
You have grown colder and
Nothing is very much fun any more.
And I can feel one of my turns coming on.
I feel cold as a razor blade
Tight as a tourniquet
Dry as a funeral drum

Run to the bedroom, in the suitcase on the left
You'll find my favorite axe
Don't look so frightened
This is just a passing phase
Just one of my bad days
Would you like to watch T.V. ?
Or get between the sheets
Or contemplate the silent freeway ?
Would you like something to eat ?
Would you like to learn to fly ? Would you ?
Would you like to see me try ?
Oh I don't know

Would you like to call the cops ?
Do you think it's time I stopped ?
Why are you running away ?

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jame$thegreat
14 Nov 08,, 05:08
Comfortably Numb ... gets me incredibly depressed, so it gets my vote.

Same here.

Shek
13 Nov 09,, 19:36
I'm on a Floyd kick recently and heard this yesterday on the radio - what a great tune.

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Shamus
13 Nov 09,, 19:51
How long does it take to generate the dead chick thread age-wise?Exactly a year from the last post today Major;).

Gun Grape
13 Nov 09,, 19:55
But its for one of the Gunny's favorite Floyd songs.

Thats NOT necroposting:biggrin:

But if you like, Shamus I can post Ronald Cannibal?

Your call

Shamus
13 Nov 09,, 19:59
But its for one of the Gunny's favorite Floyd songs.

Thats NOT necroposting:biggrin:

But if you like, Shamus I can post Ronald Cannibal?

Your callActually it's one of my favorite Floyd songs as well.....errrr....just curious what kind of timeline we were looking at......you post Ronald Cannibal and I'm gonna put a .45 through my computer screen:cool:.

S2
13 Nov 09,, 20:10
From A Saucerful Of Secrets-

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And the title track to Obscured By Clouds-

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You silly children just don't get it.:biggrin:

Lay off the slag and take the SERIOUS STUFF...

Songs, though, really don't get it. You lose context with the album. Important with those guys to stay on track and avoid snap-shots.

Voted for Wish You Were Here. It honors Barrett. That seems important.

YellowFever
13 Nov 09,, 20:15
*pouting*

Gunny's playing favorites.

I would have gotten the dead chick pic a long time ago. :(

and yes......Comfortably Numb. is the best song by Pink Floyd

Andrey Egorov
13 Nov 09,, 21:28
Echoes
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On the Turning Away
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S2
13 Nov 09,, 22:47
ECHOES

Very nice.

The Pompeii stuff is really excellent IMV.

Stitch
14 Nov 09,, 02:24
My favorite Floyd song is "Run Like Hell", but it wasn't listed, so I picked "Time"; you GOTTA listen to "Time" with a good set of Sennheiser headphones, and/or a serious set of Bose speakers, or it just ain't right.

Gun Grape
14 Nov 09,, 04:51
I agree with S-2. Floyd is an album band. Individual songs out of the context of the album lose something.

This song got me a free night of booze in Korean bar once upon a time:)

So it has to rank up there as one of my favorites. It saved this Jarhead quite a bit of booze money. Money that I then used for other immoral purposes.

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[edit] I see I've already told that story long ago. And Shek posted the "Song"

Gun Grape
14 Nov 09,, 05:34
Its 1983, and we are worried about the recession , which we blame the Japanese for, and thermonuclear war. We wonder what happened to the "good old days".

The Final Cut doesn't have the psychedelic synthesizers and was the worst selling Floyd album. One of my favorites.
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pate
15 Nov 09,, 05:53
'Interstellar Overdrive'

I loved that one when I listened to Pink Floyd...

YouTube - Pink Floyd With Syd Barrett - Interstellar Overdrive-Part 1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iA7wdO00VI)

Dunno if this is the live or studio version, (am listening to Tool's "Aenima"), anyhow, check it out... I lean towards the studio version whichever that was...

FluffyThoughts
15 Nov 09,, 11:21
I vote for Echoes - amazing song

and On the Turning Away (from Delicate Sound of Thunder live) for best solo ever played on electric guitar

:claps:

And where are:


Arnold Layne
Bike
See Emily Play
Welcome to the Machine
Two Suns in the Sunset
The Final Cut


And there best by far: Shine On You Crazy Diamond! :confused:

Feck-it: obviously the poll is too complex and contrived! How about choosing the best Floyd album...? :rolleyes:

Bigfella
15 Nov 09,, 11:37
Gunny,

Just a question about your signature. Are there retired marines who aren't opinionated? (just curious). ;)

Shek
15 Nov 09,, 20:51
Gunny,

Just a question about your signature. Are there retired marines who aren't opinionated? (just curious). ;)

No one claimed the Marines were smart :))

rj1
16 Nov 09,, 17:33
Always loved Another Brick in the Wall.

Gun Grape
17 Nov 09,, 03:39
Gunny,

Just a question about your signature. Are there retired marines who aren't opinionated? (just curious). ;)

I doubt it.:biggrin:

Bigfella
17 Nov 09,, 10:53
I doubt it.:biggrin:

Suspected as much. :biggrin:

Stitch
17 Nov 09,, 18:28
:claps:

And where are:


Arnold Layne
Bike
See Emily Play
Welcome to the Machine
Two Suns in the Sunset
The Final Cut


And there best by far: Shine On You Crazy Diamond! :confused:

Feck-it: obviously the poll is too complex and contrived! How about choosing the best Floyd album...? :rolleyes:

That's easy: Dark Side Of The Moon.

silvertogn
17 Nov 09,, 19:40
I have Pink Floyd`s first album and it is REALLY hard for me to pick ONE favorite song! I almost picked "wish you where here", for several reasons.... I really do like" saucer full of secrets", their second album and ummagumma, I have that one also and several more.

silvertogn
17 Nov 09,, 19:42
See Emily play is also one of my favorites

Zaitsev
18 Nov 09,, 14:33
Cant boil it down to one....wish you were here and comfortably numb....brain damage maybe....

Album-dark side of the moon

why aint there any such thread on Led zeppelin????

S2
18 Nov 09,, 15:03
"...why aint there any such thread on Led zeppelin????"

Because they're derivative and suck.:eek:

Dreadnought
18 Nov 09,, 22:34
No "Astronomy Domain"?:eek:

No "One of these days? :eek:

So many good songs from Pink Floyd cant name many favorits over the others.:cool:

Wooglin
18 Nov 09,, 22:46
"...why aint there any such thread on Led zeppelin????"

Because they're derivative and suck.:eek:

:eek:

Blasphemy!!!

Wooglin
18 Nov 09,, 22:54
Since this is a Pink floyd thread...

Anyone in the NJ area going to the Pink Floyd Experience show in Red Bank in Feburary?

silvertogn
18 Nov 09,, 23:50
I really hate to say this: But I`m thnking about selling my album collection. Times R not good! And my situation isn`t all that good either. I`ve got alot of records from the 60`s and early 70`s. Any one interested? I know this isn`t ebay, but...

silvertogn
18 Nov 09,, 23:55
Oh yeah, I have "LED ZEPPEllin`s" first and second album too.

Stitch
19 Nov 09,, 01:08
"...why aint there any such thread on Led zeppelin????"

Because they're derivative and suck.:eek:

Derivative? Derivative of what? They were the first rock 'n roll band to successfully fuse blues and rock 'n roll into what ultimately became hard rock.

No less an authority than Rolling Stone magazine has called Led Zeppelin the 'World's Best Rock Band' (ref: Jim Miller, "Album Review: Physical Graffiti", Rolling Stone, 27 March 1975). In 2005, the magazine Guitar World held a poll of readers in which "Stairway to Heaven" was voted as having the greatest guitar solo of all time. Led Zeppelin also consistently broke attendance records wherever they played, with 76,229 people attending their Pontiac Silverdome concert on 30 April; it was, according to the Guinness Book of Records, the largest attendance to date for a single act show. During the time Led Zeppelin was playing, they were quoted as being "the world's number one rock attraction, having outsold most bands of the time, including the Rolling Stones."

So, do they still suck?

silvertogn
19 Nov 09,, 02:09
I was at a Led Zeppelin concert in 1972 in the civic certer in Providence, R.I. and it was (at the time) the most awesome thing I had ever seen! I still have the ticket stub. But I must say that the Pink Floyd concert I went to topped it! (a few years later).

S2
19 Nov 09,, 02:15
My first recommendation is quit looking to others for your support. I could care less what Jim Miller thinks, Rolling Stone magazine generally, or any who've seen them play live or bought their albums.

Here's how Miller finished his review-

"They may not be the greatest rock band of the Seventies. But after seven years, five platinum albums and now Physical Graffiti, the world's most popular rock band must be counted among them."

"They were the first rock 'n roll band to successfully fuse blues and rock 'n roll into what ultimately became hard rock."

Hmmm...really? Tell that to the Yardbirds, The Who, the Stones, the Animals, and a few others. Derivative stands. Ask Page. He was in the last edition of the Yardbirds.

For my money I'd choose The Who in a heartbeat. If I'm putting something old on to listen (and most of my music IS old if you follow any of the music thread we've here), they are likely well down my list on any given day.

If I hear "Stairway To Heaven" one more time, I'll puke. If I hear it in your presence, I'll aim your way.

I like them. I like Page better though with the Black Crowes playing with Page than I do just them. Live, I think their sound largely sucks and is hollow. I know. I've seen them live at their peak (1973). I don't really like Plant's vocals and I view Pages' solos as self-indulgent, too long, and largely incoherant.

""So, do they still suck?"

Gee. Whadda ya' think? About a 7 on a 10 scale...

...on a good day.:))

Stitch
19 Nov 09,, 07:25
My first recommendation is quit looking to others for your support. I could care less what Jim Miller thinks, Rolling Stone magazine generally, or any who've seen them play live or bought their albums.

Here's how Miller finished his review-

"They may not be the greatest rock band of the Seventies. But after seven years, five platinum albums and now Physical Graffiti, the world's most popular rock band must be counted among them."

"They were the first rock 'n roll band to successfully fuse blues and rock 'n roll into what ultimately became hard rock."

Hmmm...really? Tell that to the Yardbirds, The Who, the Stones, the Animals, and a few others. Derivative stands. Ask Page. He was in the last edition of the Yardbirds.

For my money I'd choose The Who in a heartbeat. If I'm putting something old on to listen (and most of my music IS old if you follow any of the music thread we've here), they are likely well down my list on any given day.

If I hear "Stairway To Heaven" one more time, I'll puke. If I hear it in your presence, I'll aim your way.

I like them. I like Page better though with the Black Crowes playing with Page than I do just them. Live, I think their sound largely sucks and is hollow. I know. I've seen them live at their peak (1973). I don't really like Plant's vocals and I view Pages' solos as self-indulgent, too long, and largely incoherant.

""So, do they still suck?"

Gee. Whadda ya' think? About a 7 on a 10 scale...

...on a good day.:))

I gotta admire you for your honesty; I get the whole "If I hear "Stairway To Heaven" one more time, I'll puke" thing. It may be a great song, but it's also overplayed (or at least it was).

But they are still my favorite rock 'n roll band; maybe it's because the '70s' were a very formative time for my musical tastes (I was, after all, 15 at the time), and that's what was on the airwaves at the time. Yes, I agree with you about the Page solos; just try sitting through the entire playing of "The Song Remains The Same". But if I had to choose just one band to listen to for the rest of my life, it would be Zeppelin; they were diverse. You may have to wade through a lot of bad stuff to get to it, but the good stuff is there, too. Also, as you said (indirectly), their studio work is much better than their live work; I think a little bit of cannabis helped out with an appreciation of their live work, though I was a little on the young side to participate in 1975! I can't speak for the other groups you seem to prefer from the '70's, I was too young to really go to concerts until 1980 (Day On The Green, July 20, 1980: Journey, Black Sabbath, Cheap Trick, Molly Hatchet & Shakin' Street, Oakland, CA).

S2
19 Nov 09,, 08:42
My formative time? 1964 and the British invasion on the Armed Forces Radio Network in W. Germany. Incredible days. Something mind-blowing around the corner it seemed like every damned day.

"I can't speak for the other groups you seem to prefer from the '70's..."

70s? Those bands were mid-sixties and not all are my preference but I can guarantee you that the Yardbirds (my first record-a 45 purchased at the Frankfurt P.X. in 1965) and the Animals don't scratch my top ten. They did FUSE blues with rock n' roll early on though.

One band? The Beatles all day long. It is forever a shame that we're left with only their rooftop concert in January 1969 to suggest just how good and heavy that band might have been live if permitted to perform with semi-moderen sound equipment and a total absence of screaming pre-pubescent girls.

They were tight, possessed two of rock's best vocalists, sang great harmonies, and were all excellent musicians. Massive major bummer for S-2 when they broke up.:mad:

Bigfella
19 Nov 09,, 08:54
"They were the first rock 'n roll band to successfully fuse blues and rock 'n roll into what ultimately became hard rock."

Hmmm...really? Tell that to the Yardbirds, The Who, the Stones, the Animals, and a few others. Derivative stands. Ask Page. He was in the last edition of the Yardbirds.

I'd throw in the Jeff Beck Group. You can hear Zepplin's start point right there.


For my money I'd choose The Who in a heartbeat.

Prefer the Who to Zep most days, but depends on my mood.


If I hear "Stairway To Heaven" one more time, I'll puke. If I hear it in your presence, I'll aim your way.

No Stairway! Denied!!:eek:


""So, do they still suck?"

Gee. Whadda ya' think? About a 7 on a 10 scale...

...on a good day.:))

More of a 9 for me, depending on the day. Some days it just HAS to be the Zep.

(side note: just bought my 3 yr old nephew an alphabet book called 'M is for Metal'. Has great stuff like 'A is for Angus' (young); O is for Ozzy; W is for Windmill (Townshend reference) & Z is for Zepplin. Got to teach the young'uns the important stuff :biggrin:).

Parihaka
19 Nov 09,, 10:03
Yous're all blouses and ya like girlie bands

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Bigfella
19 Nov 09,, 10:37
Yous're all blouses and ya like girlie bands



Thems fahtin' wurdz (especially from a guy who posts a kiwi band in makeup :biggrin:):

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You gunna call Jim Dandy a girlie?? Don't worry about the hair, check out da goods (you get plenty of chances). :eek:

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FluffyThoughts
19 Nov 09,, 11:03
:bu99er:

Can we have a SoaD thread...? ;)

Shek
29 Dec 10,, 03:46
Got the Apple TV up and running right before Christmas and have been chilling to "Us and Them" with the 5:1 surround sound.