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Offline zosofancmr

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Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
« on: March 03, 2012, 10:24:04 PM »
Hey everyone, Iíve been a lurker here for a while but decided to come out of the abyss and post something. I wanted to let everyone know I've started a blog, but this one I think will be unique. I intend to take a journey through the life of Jimmy Page by learning as many songs as I possibly can that he ever recorded. From his skiffle days to Neil Christian, from the session years to the Yardbirds, from Led Zeppelin and beyond. I also want to explore the ins and outs of his life, little known facts, and also examine all the different gear he used.

Thisis going to be a loooooong process of course but I think in the end I will become a better guitar player and maybe understand Jimmy Page just a little bit more, or at least how his mind worked creatively and how hedeveloped asa musician. That's the goal anyway. I intend to explain the ins and outs of each song and then play them, describe how its going in the process, what parts are easy, what parts are difficult. Hopefullyifyou do end up reading it, you mightbeableto learn along with me.

I'm very excited about this venture and I invite you all to take the journey with me. So take a look, I've already figured out how to play skiffle like a 13 year old Jimmy Page, rode along with him in his session days, and jammed with Jeff Beck in the early Yardbirds years.

Take care everyone.

Here is the link in case you are at all interested....

Finding Zoso: Discovering the Music of Jimmy Page
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Re: Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2012, 01:27:31 AM »
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Hey everyone, Iíve been a lurker here for a while but decided to come out of the abyss and post something. I wanted to let everyone know I've started a blog, but this one I think will be unique. I intend to take a journey through the life of Jimmy Page by learning as many songs as I possibly can that he ever recorded. From his skiffle days to Neil Christian, from the session years to the Yardbirds, from Led Zeppelin and beyond. I also want to explore the ins and outs of his life, little known facts, and also examine all the different gear he used.

Thisis going to be a loooooong process of course but I think in the end I will become a better guitar player and maybe understand Jimmy Page just a little bit more, or at least how his mind worked creatively and how hedeveloped asa musician. That's the goal anyway. I intend to explain the ins and outs of each song and then play them, describe how its going in the process, what parts are easy, what parts are difficult. Hopefullyifyou do end up reading it, you mightbeableto learn along with me.

I'm very excited about this venture and I invite you all to take the journey with me. So take a look, I've already figured out how to play skiffle like a 13 year old Jimmy Page, rode along with him in his session days, and jammed with Jeff Beck in the early Yardbirds years.

Take care everyone.

Here is the link in case you are at all interested....

Finding Zoso: Discovering the Music of Jimmy Page
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I think that's a great idea. Good luck with it!

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Re: Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2012, 04:16:32 PM »
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Hey everyone, Iíve been a lurker here for a while but decided to come out of the abyss and post something. I wanted to let everyone know I've started a blog, but this one I think will be unique. I intend to take a journey through the life of Jimmy Page by learning as many songs as I possibly can that he ever recorded. From his skiffle days to Neil Christian, from the session years to the Yardbirds, from Led Zeppelin and beyond. I also want to explore the ins and outs of his life, little known facts, and also examine all the different gear he used.

Thisis going to be a loooooong process of course but I think in the end I will become a better guitar player and maybe understand Jimmy Page just a little bit more, or at least how his mind worked creatively and how hedeveloped asa musician. That's the goal anyway. I intend to explain the ins and outs of each song and then play them, describe how its going in the process, what parts are easy, what parts are difficult. Hopefullyifyou do end up reading it, you mightbeableto learn along with me.

I'm very excited about this venture and I invite you all to take the journey with me. So take a look, I've already figured out how to play skiffle like a 13 year old Jimmy Page, rode along with him in his session days, and jammed with Jeff Beck in the early Yardbirds years.

Take care everyone.

Here is the link in case you are at all interested....

Finding Zoso: Discovering the Music of Jimmy Page
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i have a great boot of yardbirds featuring jimmy page, amazing to hear the led zeppelin sound as its being formed.

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Re: Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
« Reply #3 on: March 08, 2012, 05:59:24 PM »
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Hey everyone, Iíve been a lurker here for a while but decided to come out of the abyss and post something. I wanted to let everyone know I've started a blog, but this one I think will be unique. I intend to take a journey through the life of Jimmy Page by learning as many songs as I possibly can that he ever recorded. From his skiffle days to Neil Christian, from the session years to the Yardbirds, from Led Zeppelin and beyond. I also want to explore the ins and outs of his life, little known facts, and also examine all the different gear he used.

Thisis going to be a loooooong process of course but I think in the end I will become a better guitar player and maybe understand Jimmy Page just a little bit more, or at least how his mind worked creatively and how hedeveloped asa musician. That's the goal anyway. I intend to explain the ins and outs of each song and then play them, describe how its going in the process, what parts are easy, what parts are difficult. Hopefullyifyou do end up reading it, you mightbeableto learn along with me.

I'm very excited about this venture and I invite you all to take the journey with me. So take a look, I've already figured out how to play skiffle like a 13 year old Jimmy Page, rode along with him in his session days, and jammed with Jeff Beck in the early Yardbirds years.

Take care everyone.

Here is the link in case you are at all interested....

Finding Zoso: Discovering the Music of Jimmy Page
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i have a great boot of yardbirds featuring jimmy page, amazing to hear the led zeppelin sound as its being formed.

I think I wore out my Roger the Engineer CD by playing the middle section over and over.

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Re: Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2012, 06:44:35 PM »
Are you planning on writing anything about the occult, Aleister Crowley-like?

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Re: Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
« Reply #5 on: March 25, 2012, 11:23:27 PM »
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Are you planning on writing anything about the occult, Aleister Crowley-like?

I will touch on that later. He really explored his interest in those areas when he really came into the money, so after the third or fourth Led Zeppelin album or so, but yes, I will get there. Thanks!