Ascension In The Wane Vol. IV

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Published on 12 Jun 2021 / In Music

Led Zeppelin
Bootleg

⁣Southampton University, Southampton, England
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--- January 22, 1973 ---
Rock & Roll
Over The Hills & Far Away
Black Dog
Misty Mountain Hop
Since I've Been Loving You
Dancing Days
The Song Remains The Same
The Rain Song
Dazed & Confused
Stairway To Heaven
Whole Lotta Love
Heartbreaker
Thank You
How Many More Times
Communication Breakdown
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Stinky_Hillbilly
Stinky_Hillbilly 4 months ago

Young and raw... Its always the best time for a band... And always loved John Bonham power drumming.

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Drums_McBashington
Drums_McBashington 4 months ago

He was a force. Big influence on many drummers, opened the doorway to other greats. His favorite was Barrie(more) Barlow from Tull. Said he was the greatest drummer the UK ever produced. That sort of thing looks pretty on a resume.

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Drums_McBashington
Drums_McBashington 4 months ago

Got a notice for a reply that's not here. Haunted.TV

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Stinky_Hillbilly
Stinky_Hillbilly 4 months ago

@Drums McBashington: I always loved Keith Moon’s power druming! You couldn’t listen to Quadrophenia loud without playing the air drums when Moon started to tear up the drums. I know I did!! The Real Me - The Who - Quadrophenia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9l-Zuu5cR4

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Stinky_Hillbilly
Stinky_Hillbilly 4 months ago

@Drums McBashington: I edited it and put it back Drums. See Keith Moon.

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Drums_McBashington
Drums_McBashington 4 months ago

@Stinky_Hillbilly: Ha, almost did the same with mine. Meant to say 'pretty good', got pretty. Meh, close enough. Keith. That guy. He was a mystery, when I was a young drummer. Things didn't add up, make sense. Not just me, many other drummers I've known have told me the same or agreed with my assessment. A lot of the footage that was available wasn't that good, mostly mimed TV shows where he would clown around for the camera. Another thing was his sound, it added to the things that didn't add up. Research reveals the reasons. Moon's toms were all the same size. Tuned down from one another, he favoured cymbals over his hat, which freed his leftfoot for extra double bass. Which were cranking most of the time. Explains the sound thing. Much better footage has emerged since, some actual live stuff. Excellent. You can really get a close look and appreciate one of the most unique drummers in the history of drummers. A genuine wingnut and a percussive genius.

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