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Led Zeppelin: Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, by Neil Zlozower. Cameltoe of the Gods!

People have messaged me saying that I should say “moose knuckle”, which I categorically refuse, because: 

a) “Cameltoe” is gender neutral. I assure you that camels of every gender have toes and that they are shaped identically; 

b) Robert visited far more places where camels live, so I think that the term would evoke more fond memories of his travels; and 

c) “Cameltoe of the Gods” sounds more like “Hammer of the Gods”.

Of course, feel free to tag it any way you want. Reading your tags is the most exciting part of my life. LOL

Jimmy Page, January 20, 1975 in Detroit, Rober…

Jimmy Page, January 20, 1975 in Detroit, Robert Alford, via goldmine

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Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin, Chicago, 1977. Photo by Jim Summaria.

I too am sweating and breathing heavily at this point.

Rush! Double doublenecks! Alex Lifeson and Ged…

Rush! Double doublenecks! Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Garden, December 29 1977, by Patrick Harbron, my edit of original via socanmagazine

“In the summer of 1977 I wrote and photographed an article, for the Globe and Mail reviewing Farewell to Kings. At the time I was conflicted about whether to continue as a writer or become a photographer; when the Globe ran the piece with a huge photo, the decision was made.” ~Patrick Harbron

Ultra Black Dragon: Jimmy Page, 1975, by Kate …

Ultra Black Dragon: Jimmy Page, 1975, by Kate Simon

Jimmy Page at The Forum, 1973, by James Fortun…

Jimmy Page at The Forum, 1973, by James Fortune, via rockartshow

Smilin’ Jim

Smilin’ Jim

Alex Lifeson, Rush, in Circus Magazine, 1977, …

Alex Lifeson, Rush, in Circus Magazine, 1977, via my edit of original via 2112.net

Led Zeppelin, Madison Square Garden, June 10, …

Led Zeppelin, Madison Square Garden, June 10, 1977. Freshly posted at ledzeppelin.com by Derek McCabe – a friend of a fried found some negatives in a shoebox, had no idea what was on the film until they developed it and found THESE fan photos from the front row.

Red Zeppelin! Jimmy Page at Madison Square Gar…

Red Zeppelin! Jimmy Page at Madison Square Garden, 1975, by Hue&Eye, my gentle edit of their original at ledzeppelin.com