Led Zeppelin in Baton Rouge 1977
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Posted by Tchefuncte Tiger on 5/3 at 11:21 am to Jester
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I can edit, too...




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Posted by TigerWoody on 5/3 at 11:23 am to brewhan davey
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My dad still has ear damage from an Emerson, Lake and Palmer show
I was at that show as well as several others in the PMAC in 77-78.



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Posted by Jester on 5/3 at 12:02 pm to Tchefuncte Tiger
Just messing with you. I had asked for you to share more info on the J Geils situation and by the time I submitted it, you had edited your post...


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Posted by Burt Reynolds on 5/3 at 12:09 pm to TheDoc
I wish I had the live setlist from this concert


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Posted by Servedinafghanistan on 5/3 at 12:51 pm to TheDoc
I went to this concert, just turned 13. Didn't know a lot of their material except the real popular songs.


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Posted by TreeDawg on 5/3 at 1:16 pm to Tchefuncte Tiger
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Oh, Baton Rouge, back-in-the day.


Yep TT, I was at most of those also........



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Posted by TreeDawg on 5/3 at 1:22 pm to Burt Reynolds
Led Zeppelin BR 1977




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Posted by blueslover on 5/3 at 1:25 pm to TreeDawg
if any of you old farts missed it, Remembering The Warehouse


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Posted by TreeDawg on 5/3 at 1:37 pm to blueslover
Look at the links I posted in that thread..........


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Posted by Servedinafghanistan on 5/3 at 1:46 pm to blueslover
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any of you old farts


I resent that.



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Posted by TreeDawg on 5/3 at 2:00 pm to Servedinafghanistan
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any of you old farts



I resent that.


hey I resemble that........



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Posted by blueslover on 5/3 at 2:23 pm to TreeDawg
saw'em dawg thx

as a certified OF myself I've been thinking a lot about what was different in the way back machine, what was better, what was worse, etc. Some good discussion maybe.

One key component in those days was everything was new. There was never anything like Hendrix before then, never anything like Zep, etc. Sure, we know their roots and what they evolved from. But as a look and sound so many things then were totally and absolutely like nothing ever seen or heard before. Today there is plenty of good new stuff but the challenge of creating something new only grows more difficult.



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