Listeners respond to our episode about perfect albums (thanks to Barret Ries for kicking off the topic). Steven Routledge suggests an album by Suede, while John Off calls in with a list that includes Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, Oasis, Hall & Oates, Blue Oyster Cult and New Order.
Part 2 of our interview with filmmaker Jeff Krulik about “Led Zeppelin Played Here.” In this episode, audience members at Suns Cinemas in Washington DC ask Jeff some questions about the phantom Zep show of 1969.
We interview filmmaker Jeff Krulik after a screening of his documentary “Led Zeppelin Played Here” at Suns Cinema (a super-cool theater) in Washington DC. Jeff’s film explores a bit of music folklore — some say that Led Zeppelin played a show to about 50 people at the Wheaton Youth Center in Maryland in January 1969. Yet there is no physical documentation of this concert.
Jim and Patrick respond to some correspondence about the recent Led Zeppelin countdown. Calls from Jimmy Lonetti and Echo Park Jimmy, plus Facebook comments from Kevin Clement and Kurt Gallagher.
We conclude our Led Zeppelin countdown (based on a survey of loyal listeners) with the favorite songs numbers 3, 2 and 1. What will they be? Special guest commentators Kevin Spain and Brad Maylor join Jim & Patrick.
Led Zeppelin Countdown IV. We surveyed loyal listeners about their favorite Led Zeppelin songs, and we’re counting down the results. Numbers 6, 5 and 4 today. With special guests Kevin Spain, Brad Maylor and Rob Gates.
Led Zeppelin Countdown III, which in fact focuses on songs from “Led Zeppelin IV.” Based on a survey of loyal listeners, these are favorite songs Nos. 9, 8 and 7. With in-basement guests Kevin Spain, Brad Maylor and Rob Gates.
Led Zeppelin Countdown II. We asked loyal listeners to tell us about their favorite Zep songs, from which we compiled this countdown. What will be songs Nos. 12, 11 and 10?
With the aid of loyal listeners, we count down favorite Led Zeppelin songs. Three per day, starting with Nos. 15, 14 and 13 today.
Nicole Kitchens, a journalism student at the University of South Carolina, joins by phone to talk about her love of classic rock (Led Zeppelin, in particular) and retro rock (Lemon Twigs, Greta Van Fleet).