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    One of the reasons I have long hair is because I think it’s a symbol of respect for them godfathers of rock and roll. My favorite bands are Black Sabbath Led Zeppelin Metallica Pinkfloyd etc. they all wore their hair long man. It’s cool. I honesty wish more men would wear it long like me. It’s unique it’s different. I may not be the best looking guy but I’m not overweight and don’t look half bad gotta be comfortable in your own skin. #selfcare #guitarist #guitar #blacksabbath #metallica #ledzeppelin I mean most people my age are covered in tattoos and have piercings 20 years ago that wasn’t really accepted like that in a work environment. Times have changed dude like me I don’t have any of that I just got the hair. I’m a little old school. When it comes to a work place just tie it up.

    One of the reasons I have long hair is because I think it’s a symbol of respect for them godfathers of rock and roll. My favorite bands are Black Sabbath Led Zeppelin Metallica Pinkfloyd etc. they all wore their hair long man. It’s cool. I honesty wish more men would wear it long like me. It’s unique it’s different. I may not be the best looking guy but I’m not overweight and don’t look half bad gotta be comfortable in your own skin. #selfcare #guitarist #guitar #blacksabbath #metallica #ledzeppelin I mean most people my age are covered in tattoos and have piercings 20 years ago that wasn’t really accepted like that in a work environment. Times have changed dude like me I don’t have any of that I just got the hair. I’m a little old school. When it comes to a work place just tie it up.

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Now on Netflix: The Dirt’ is based on the 2001 Motley Crue autobiography by the band with Neil Strauss. It is directed by Jeff Tremaine (JACKASS co-creator) with Nikki Sixx (Douglas Booth), Mick Mars (Iwan Rheon), Tommy Lee (Colson Baker aka Machine Gun Kelly), and Vince Neil (Daniel Webber).⁣
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    Now on Netflix: The Dirt’ is based on the 2001 Motley Crue autobiography by the band with Neil Strauss. It is directed by Jeff Tremaine (JACKASS co-creator) with Nikki Sixx (Douglas Booth), Mick Mars (Iwan Rheon), Tommy Lee (Colson Baker aka Machine Gun Kelly), and Vince Neil (Daniel Webber).⁣

    Mötley Crüe is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1981. The group was founded by bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, lead singer Vince Neil and lead guitarist Mick Mars. ⁣


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    I’ve been blessed to see a lot of crazy talented musicians, but no one is more fun to watch than @philipdagostino of @gettheledout on bass.

    I’ve been blessed to see a lot of crazy talented musicians, but no one is more fun to watch than @philipdagostino of @gettheledout on bass.

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    Считаете, что в музыкальной индустрии основная роль зачастую незаслуженно отходит фронтменам? Тогда этот фильм Дэвиса Гуггенхайма для вас!

Собрав в одной ленте опыт музыкантов разных поколений, он создаёт невероятно мелодичный, оригинальный и эмоциональный фильм. Гитаристы U2, Led Zeppelin, The White Stripes. Им даже устроили встречу ради съёмок этого фильма!

Невероятная картина, которую однозначно стоит заменить всем любителям rock музыки.

#ПриготовьтесьБудетГромко #U2 #LedZeppelin #TheWhiteStripes #Rock #Фильм #Документальный

    Считаете, что в музыкальной индустрии основная роль зачастую незаслуженно отходит фронтменам? Тогда этот фильм Дэвиса Гуггенхайма для вас!

    Собрав в одной ленте опыт музыкантов разных поколений, он создаёт невероятно мелодичный, оригинальный и эмоциональный фильм. Гитаристы U2, Led Zeppelin, The White Stripes. Им даже устроили встречу ради съёмок этого фильма!

    Невероятная картина, которую однозначно стоит заменить всем любителям rock музыки.

    #ПриготовьтесьБудетГромко #U2 #LedZeppelin #TheWhiteStripes #Rock #Фильм #Документальный

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    Quick Sunday Stop 🛑

    Quick Sunday Stop 🛑

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    #ledzeppelin Whole lotta love!! With the old guitar

    #ledzeppelin Whole lotta love!! With the old guitar

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    “Tangerine”, Led Zeppelin live in Earls Court 1975
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Robert Plant would sometimes introduce this at concerts by saying: "This song is for our families and friends and people we've been close to. It's a song of love at its most innocent stages."
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Jimmy Page wrote this and first recorded it when he was with still with The Yardbirds. This was the last Zeppelin song Page wrote without any input from Robert Plant. It's also the only track on Led Zeppelin III for which Plant didn't write the lyrics.
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Jimmy Page played a pedal steel guitar on this track. He told Guitar Player magazine in 1977: "On the first LP there's a pedal steel. I had never played steel before, but I just picked it up. There's a lot of things I do first time around that I haven't done before. In fact, I hadn't touched a pedal steel from the first album to the third. It's a bit of a pinch really from the things that Chuck Berry did. Nevertheless, it fits. I use pedal steel in 'Your Time Is Gonna Come.' It sounds like a slide or something. It's more out of tune on the first album because I hadn't got a kit to put it together."
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Why does this song fade to silence a few seconds in? Jimmy Page explained when previewing the song for Melody Maker in 1970: "That's commonly known as a false start. It was a tempo guide, and it seemed like a good idea to leave it in – at the time. I was trying to keep the tempo down a bit. I'm not so sure now it was a good idea. Everybody asks what the hell is going on."

    “Tangerine”, Led Zeppelin live in Earls Court 1975
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    Robert Plant would sometimes introduce this at concerts by saying: "This song is for our families and friends and people we've been close to. It's a song of love at its most innocent stages."
    -
    Jimmy Page wrote this and first recorded it when he was with still with The Yardbirds. This was the last Zeppelin song Page wrote without any input from Robert Plant. It's also the only track on Led Zeppelin III for which Plant didn't write the lyrics.
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    Jimmy Page played a pedal steel guitar on this track. He told Guitar Player magazine in 1977: "On the first LP there's a pedal steel. I had never played steel before, but I just picked it up. There's a lot of things I do first time around that I haven't done before. In fact, I hadn't touched a pedal steel from the first album to the third. It's a bit of a pinch really from the things that Chuck Berry did. Nevertheless, it fits. I use pedal steel in 'Your Time Is Gonna Come.' It sounds like a slide or something. It's more out of tune on the first album because I hadn't got a kit to put it together."
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    Why does this song fade to silence a few seconds in? Jimmy Page explained when previewing the song for Melody Maker in 1970: "That's commonly known as a false start. It was a tempo guide, and it seemed like a good idea to leave it in – at the time. I was trying to keep the tempo down a bit. I'm not so sure now it was a good idea. Everybody asks what the hell is going on."

    2,633 45 20 March, 2019
    “Stairway to heaven”, Led Zeppelin live at MSG in 1973
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Jimmy Page has a strong affinity for this song, and felt Robert Plant's lyrics were his best yet. He had him write all of Zeppelin's lyrics from then on.

In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine (March 13, 1975) Cameron Crowe asked Jimmy Page how important "Stairway To Heaven" was to him. Page replied: "To me, I thought 'Stairway' crystallized the essence of the band. It had everything there and showed the band at its best... as a band, as a unit. Not talking about solos or anything, it had everything there. We were careful never to release it as a single. It was a milestone for us. Every musician wants to do something of lasting quality, something which will hold up for a long time and I guess we did it with 'Stairway.' Townshend probably thought that he got it with Tommy. I don't know whether I have the ability to come up with more. I have to do a lot of hard work before I can get anywhere near those stages of consistent, total brilliance."

    “Stairway to heaven”, Led Zeppelin live at MSG in 1973
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    Jimmy Page has a strong affinity for this song, and felt Robert Plant's lyrics were his best yet. He had him write all of Zeppelin's lyrics from then on.

    In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine (March 13, 1975) Cameron Crowe asked Jimmy Page how important "Stairway To Heaven" was to him. Page replied: "To me, I thought 'Stairway' crystallized the essence of the band. It had everything there and showed the band at its best... as a band, as a unit. Not talking about solos or anything, it had everything there. We were careful never to release it as a single. It was a milestone for us. Every musician wants to do something of lasting quality, something which will hold up for a long time and I guess we did it with 'Stairway.' Townshend probably thought that he got it with Tommy. I don't know whether I have the ability to come up with more. I have to do a lot of hard work before I can get anywhere near those stages of consistent, total brilliance."

    2,755 45 23 March, 2019

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    Jimi Hendrix playing his fender strat with his mouth during a performance of Hey Joe

    Jimi Hendrix playing his fender strat with his mouth during a performance of Hey Joe

    4,375 46 23 March, 2019
    Jimmy Page and Robert Plant

    Jimmy Page and Robert Plant

    1,153 7 19 March, 2019