No thanks. I'll stick with the AWESOME ROCKING Driving Rain, thank-you very much. It does indeed rock. But we'll never agree on that point, I'm quite sure.kylestyle wrote:The Driving Rain album (with the exception of Rinse the Raindrops and About You) does not "rock". If you want rock, listen to some Probot, man.
And your point would be.............?kylestyle wrote:...but Dave Grohl is the drumming genius and brainchild of Probot. Ghavi at the top of the page, mentioned Led Zeppelin shows with Dave on drums (or Zak). Any further word on this?
The last rumour that I heard was just concerning The Who possibly working on some tracks, with (I think) Zak on drums. I've heard nothing on LZ though. Ghavi doesn't get round here much, really.kylestyle wrote:No point, just making polite conversation, just interested in general music gossip. I was directing this question at Ghavi (or any other interested parties). I love Led Zep and I love Dave Grohl's drum style and I think Dave would do really really well in JB's shoes and was just wondering if anyone (Ghavi / anybody) had heard any more on this...
Steve-o wrote:The last rumour that I heard was just concerning The Who possibly working on some tracks, with (I think) Zak on drums.
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