Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Getting old

In case you are wondering what has happened to the world since you shaved off that shock of hair and got your first job, how about the Wall Street Journal being the place to get the play list for Led Zeppelin's London show?

Enjoy the article, I have to run get my copy of Mother Jones to check on how my hedges and derivatives are doing today.

For more implications on the WSJ/Led Zeppelin fusion, here's today's quiz: Which US presidential candidate worked for Treuhaft, Walker and Burnstein. the law firm that represented Huey Long and the Black Panthers? * see clue below

clipped from
The Wall Street Journal Home Page

Led Zeppelin's Rocking Return

Filling his father's shoes is asking a lot of Jason Bonham. Not only was John Bonham an inventive and powerful drummer, but his interplay with Mr. Page's guitar lines is as responsible for the band's singularity as its musical wanderlust and Mr. Plant's bluesy, helium-like vocals.

They played old Led Zeppelin tunes with incredible raw power, allowing for invention within familiar structures


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