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"Tight But Loose" Issue 36 out now!

TBL 36 out now!

Tight But Loose issue 36 out now!

The new issue of the long running Led Zeppelin magazine Tight But Loose - edited and published by Dave Lewis, is out now
Here's the line-up for this issue...

Led Zeppelin 1973 - Jubilant in July:
Mike Tremaglio tracks gig by gig, the highly acclaimed second leg of the massively successful US tour of spring 1973. This is the moment Led Zeppelin ceased to be a mere rock band and ascended into a global phenomenon. The set lists, the reviews, the ads, the whole story.

Led Zeppelin early 1975:
In a new TBL series analysis, Andy Crofts listens intensely to the tapes and argues the case that in early 1975, Led Zeppelin were not so sick again...

Robert Plant: Space Shifting in the US and UK:
Robert Plant presents Sensational Space Shifters - round up plus on the spot reports from appearances at Santa Barbara, Bristol and Wolverhampton plus...

Plus exclusive interview with SSS bassist Billy Fuller:
From Sensation to Sensational - Billy Fuller on playing in the band

Charles Shaar Murray: The TBL Interview:
Dave Lewis meets with the legendary rock writer who was twice advised by Robert Plant to keep taking the pills...and listens in to vast outpouring of wit and wisdom on the subject of Led Zep and a whole lot more...

Knebworth book preview: Then as it really was...revised edition preview:
Dave Lewis unfolds the story of the making of the new and revised updated book about the events of and English summer in 1979...

Paul Rees on writing the new Robert Plant biography:
The former Q and Kerrang editor talks about the writing of his new Robert Plant biography A Life

Nick Anderson Collector's Column:
Resident TBL Zep collector expert Nick Anderson looks at the latest rarities and curios plus a round up of the latest eBay in demand auction items.

Jeff Strawman Instrument Watch:
The renowned Zep gear expert provides the low down on the eight string basses used by John Paul Jones.

Plus: Led Zep Re-issue latest/Jimmy Page & John Paul Jones news, The Song Remains The Same US premiere remembered, CD reviews and more.
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If you are new to the TBL magazine - this is the perfect issue to find out what it's all about because if you love Led Zep...you will love this magazine...

Here's some TBL magazine recommendations from satisfied readers:

"I'm an avid reader of Mojo, Q, Uncut, Record Collector and Rolling Stone, but my subscription to the Led Zeppelin Tight But Loose is far and away the best value for money." Michael Rae, Victoria Australia.

"TBL is a great balance of serious in depth analysis and handy sized chunks to keep you fully up to date of what's going on in the Zep world. If you are a Zep fan there really is no excuse not to get subscribed!" Richard Grubb, Cardiff, Wales.

"Dave Lewis consistently provides interesting and highly entertaining commentary and photographs in every issue. If you're a Zep fan and haven't subscribed yet, don't wait another day." Bill McCue, USA.

"Without Dave Lewis, so much Zep folklore would be scattered - his infectious enthusiasm makes us all become the young Zeppelin fans we used to be once again!" Kevin Hewick, Leicester, UK.

How To Order:
You can order the single issue TBL 36 at this link:
http://www.tightbutloose.co.uk/tblweb09/?page_id=22753

Or you can sign up for the 3 issue TBL subscription to receive TBL 35 and 36 immediately with TBL 37 to follow - Every subscriber receives a free 10×8 individually numbered print of a unique Led Zeppelin image - a group shot on stage in Kezar Stadium taken by Dan Cuny - perfect for framing!
http://www.tightbutloose.co.uk/tblweb09/?page_id=18106

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This Month in
Led Zeppelin History


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November 21, 1968 - Robert becomes a father to a baby girl named Carmen Jane.
November 09, 1968 - Robert marries Maureen in London. Their reception is a performance at the Roundhouse in London
November xx, 1969 - Tempers flare over Atlantic in the UK wanting to release singles
November xx, 1969 - Recording for Led Zeppelin III begins at Olympic Studios in London
November xx, 1970 - Plans are in motion for a Yardbirds reunion
November 08, 1971 - Finally after much anticipation, Untitled is released
November xx, 1972 - Houses Of The Holy is mixed and completed
November 10, 1972 - Led Zeppelin sell out 120,000 tickets in one day
November xx, 1973 - Initial recordings for Physical Graffiti commences at Headley Grange
November 04, 1973 - Led Zeppelin finalize the purchase of Headley Grange to be their new corporate headquarters
November xx, 1974 - The band makes plans and rehearses for the tenth North American tour
November xx, 1975 - Led Zeppelin records Presence in a mere 18 days
November xx, 1976 - Led Zeppelin book into Ezyhire Studios to rehearse new material for an upcoming tour
November 04, 1976 - The Song Remains The Same movie premieres in Europe
November xx, 1977 - Jimmy dispells rumors of Led Zeppelin’s break up
November 06, 1978 - Led Zeppelin purchase and ship new gear to Polar Studios to begin work on a new album
November 10, 1979 - Led Zeppelin and their entire entourage attend an ABBA concert
November 07, 1980 - The band meets with Peter Grant to announce the retirement of Led Zeppelin
November 29, 1999 - The RIAA announced that Led Zeppelin were only the third act in music history to achieve four or more Diamond albums, a Diamond album being awarded for accredited sales of more than 10 million units in the US.
November 01, 2007 - An announcement was made that Jimmy Page had fractured his finger on his left hand after a fall in his garden and the reunion show would be postponed to December 10, 2007.
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