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Zeppelin

Count Ferdinand von . 1838--1917, German aeronautical pioneer, who designed and manufactured airships (zeppelins)
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He commenced with a potted history of the driving force behind the design, construction and early flights of the craft, Graf Ferdinand Von Zepplin, who realised during his military career in 1863 the benefits of air spotting balloons.
After hours on the run, he seeks out his priest confidant and mentor, only to find him dead with the scrawled message, "Flee, Vango!" Flee he does, including stowing away on a Zepplin headed to South America.
The much anticipated CD includes 13 original songs written and performed by Christina Custode and produced by the legendary Stuart Epps (Elton John, George Harrison, Led Zepplin, Kiki Dee) of London, England.
Season 3: Frank began his journey with the performance of Led Zepplin's "Immigrant Song" during his blind audition that aired in episode 1 of the show.
Ramble On is part of a trend of prospects that have been identified using the new Zepplin 3D seismic survey and the reprocessed Onnia 3D survey.
But for me the show was stolen by seasick Steve, who looked as cool as a cucumber strumming his many selfstyled guitars next to his guest rock legend John Paul Jones from Led Zepplin.
Besides that, he is also a guitar fan and has taught himself to play Led Zepplin's Stairway to Heaven: "I also sing (it), I know the whole lyrics."
The first voice says, "Andrew likes AC/DC, Led Zepplin, Bob Dylan, Oasis Those are fairly white bands, so let's say that's my domain." The black voice replies, "No, you're getting Andrew all wrong I am you; you are me We don't activate different parts of our brain or souls when we do different things."
X Factor fans last night saw Joseph impress the judges with his rendition of Led Zepplin's Whole Lotta Love in his live audition.
Legacy: Left, one of the last Waterhouse Jazz Club sessions and, right, Henry's Blueshouse, above The Crown pub, which in its time hosted acts such as Black Sabbath, Status Quo and Led Zepplin, among others.
While French musicians Le Snob will present brass arrangements of Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa and Led Zepplin in the streets of Spennymoor, Stanley and Bishop Auckland.