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opsopcopolis
Posted: Saturday, May 17, 2008 5:56:21 AM
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Does that page refer to artists that were on the bill with them, or ones that actually played with them?
Again, Great Job
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Posted: Saturday, May 17, 2008 8:35:35 AM

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Artists on the bill with them...
jameskg
Posted: Saturday, May 17, 2008 9:17:51 AM
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'actually played live with them' would be a pretty short list!
opsopcopolis
Posted: Saturday, May 17, 2008 11:13:16 AM
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Yeah, now that i think about it, that was a stupid question.
mrlefty
Posted: Monday, May 19, 2008 3:58:29 PM

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jameskg wrote:
'actually played live with them' would be a pretty short list!


Keith Moon comes to mind. . . who else joined them on stage?
Sequoia
Posted: Monday, May 19, 2008 8:18:45 PM

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That drummer from Bad Company played WLL in 1980 sometime.
ssellers
Posted: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 3:16:24 AM
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Ron Wood, Phil Carson, Clive Coulson too.
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Posted: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 6:12:14 AM

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Mick Ralphs
mikezep61
Posted: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 7:58:58 AM

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Artists performing on-stage with Led Zeppelin:

3/22/69 Birmingham - Mothers Club
Ron Berg - Drummer of Blodwyn Pig allegedly took over the drum duties for the encore as Bonzo was ill.

6/29/69 London - Royal Albert Hall - Second show
Blodwyn Pig & The Liverpool Scene join the band on stage for "Long Tall Sally" encore. See photos below.

??/??/69 Venue???
In "John Bonham - A Thunder of Drums" book, Vanilla Fudge drummer Carmen Appice claimed he and Vanilla Fudge bassist Tim Bogert surprised Jimmy Page & Robert Plant one night by replacing Bonzo and JPJ on "How Many More Times."

7/18/70 Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle
Music journalist Chris Welch plays the timbales for "Whole Lotta Love."

8/26/70 Cleveland, Ohio - Public Auditorium
JPJ had to leave early to fly back for his father's funeral. According to the local paper, a girl in a "Belkin Productions" (the promoter) t-shirt took over bass duties for the encore.

3/6/71 Dublin, Ireland - National Boxing Stadium
Phil Carson of Atlantic Records played bass on "Summertime Blues."

9/28/71 Osaka, Japan - Festival Hall
Roadie Clive Coulson (vocals) and Atlantic Records VP Phil Carson (bass) join the band onstage for "C'mon Everybody."

11/23/71 Preston - Public Hall
Bonzo's brother Mick Bonham played congas on "Whole Lotta Love."

2/13/75 Nassau County Coliseum - Uniondale, New York
Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones plays duel lead guitars with Jimmy on "Communication Breakdown" encore.

5/22/77 Fort Worth - Tarrant County Convention Center Arena
Mick Ralphs, guitar of Bad Company, joins the band onstage for "It'll Be Me" encore. See photo below.

6/30/80 Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle
Phil Carson played bass on "Money" encore.

7/5/80 Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle
For "Whole Lotta Love," a second kit is brought on stage and Simon Kirke of Bad Company jams with the band.


Blodwyn Pig's horns playing on the 6/29/69 second show encore:






Mick Ralphs of Bad Company and Jimmy Page at the 5/22/77 show:









mikezep61
Posted: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 7:41:18 PM

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How could I have possibly forgotten about the immortal Rob Wesley who actually wrote a book about his experience as the "fifth member" of Led Zeppelin? The book is entitled: "Led Zeppelin: My Night as the Right Fifth Member." It is about his alleged jamming with the band on stage at the 1/21/69 Pittsburgh Hunt Armory show as a "nerdy' 16 year old kid. Jimmy Page asked him to join the band but his daddy wouldn't let him go on tour.

I shit you not. This is absolutely hysterical. Check out his webpage:

http://www.robwesley.com/synopsis.html
crazyhorse
Posted: Monday, June 02, 2008 3:30:19 PM

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the only two people listed as extras on any led zeppelin albums were sandy denny,and ian stewart were'nt they???

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Your Overlord
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crazyhorse wrote:
the only two people listed as extras on any led zeppelin albums were sandy denny,and ian stewart were'nt they???


Wasn't there a tabla player on Zeppelin I?
mikezep61
Posted: Monday, June 02, 2008 5:55:17 PM

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