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Re: Come With Me on commercial

And most importantly, it had Page's OK. Not only dud puff ask Page for 
permission but also invited him to play on it. ??And if anyone happened to 
catch them perform the tune on SNL, that drummer they had played pretty damn 
awesome. Page should recruit him.


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Subject: Re: Come With Me on commercial
From: Steve Thomson <stevethomson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: FBO <zeppelin@xxxxxxxx>
CC: Re: Come With Me on commercial

Amen! I always liked Come With Me as well. It's certainly no worse a 
"re-interpretation" of classic Led Zeppelin than what Plant has done to 
many LZ songs over the past decade.

On 12/22/2012 9:33 AM, Jeff Strawman wrote:
> Uh huh, yeaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh.....
> But, seriously, I know that I am in the minority, but I had always liked the
> Come With Me project.???? I don't care for Sean Combs' body of work as a whole
> or Combs as a person, but as a voice - an instrument - blending in with
> Page's re-recorded guitar work, bass, drums & strings by other musicians...
> it really did blend well together.
> In the same breath, the same rap/rock can be found in a multitude of bands,
> Rage Against The Machine, Limp Bizkit (bad example), etc., etc......
> I beg of you all to look past Sean Combs as a person and look at his
> contribution to the project as another instrument. Listen to "Come With Me"
> . No longer is it a hypnotic, Arabic theme. There is a new found, building
> tension created from the layer of new vocals. There is new life.
> Best Regards,
> Jeff Strawman
> jeff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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> From: admins-zeppelin@xxxxxxxx [mailto:admins-zeppelin@xxxxxxxx] On Behalf
> Sent: Friday, December 21, 2012 3:48 PM
> To: Lalaha
> Cc: ZepFBO
> Subject: Re: Come With Me on commercial
> I nominate "Diddy" for the Kennedy Center Dishonors.
> On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 3:24 PM, Lalaha <lalaha7@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Discovery Channel is using the Page/Diddy ditty as the theme for its
>> upcoming limited series called Africa.?? I almost dropped my flat iron
>> when I heard the Kashmir riff on that channel.
>> Laura