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May 10, 2007



d - I would agree about the quality of the Dread Zep show I saw as well. The band was phenominal, so over the top it was brilliant. No Quarter Pounder...


The one Dred Zep show I saw (Minneapolis 1995 or 1996) was one of the best shows I've ever seen. "Brickhouses of the Holy" -- a Commodores/Zeppelin mashup -- still makes me smile...


I won two tickets to see Dread Zep at the Living Room in Providence, RI in the summer of 1990 when they had their breakout album. I was working in a package store in Wareham, MA and listening to the weak signal of the college station WSMU. They were looking for the 5th caller, and I was callers 1-5. It was a smokin' hot show. Favorites were Heartbreaker Hotel, Immigrant Song, and the incomparable version of Bring It On Home. That first Album Un-Led-ED still gets airplay at my house.


and the next one too:



You can count me among the Dread Zeppelin fans. I also love cover tunes. The Marlene Dietrich link was wonderful. Thanks!

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