Depends. Fate of Nations is probably his best and what I would recommend. Now and Zen, Dreamland, and Mighty Rearranger are also good. There is a lot of material lol. Oh, the honey Drippers is also a good album with Page and beck on it. Page also plays on Heaven Knows and Tall Cool One, which is on Now and Zen. My personal opinion and being 28 years old and not even being close to being a living person while they were taking over the world of rock music. I think it was the raw energy that they generated live is what made them so awesome to see live. 70 Years Of Being Awesome Since February 1951 Quarantine Edition T-Shirt I will be the first to admit listening to a lot of their live recordings I would say it sounds nothing like the studio versions and that’s what made them great. And thank you for sharing I’m going to see plant in February and can’t wait to see #1 on my bucket list of artists to see. And that stand by me cover was my favorite
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The next picture in that album is pretty interesting. They are using German WW2, MP-40’s as well. I was surprised to see that – but of course – 6 years after World War 2, I’m sure there was tons of German weapons and munitions available in France. Pretty cool that they thought the MP-40 was good enough for an active special forces operation. France only introduced a 9mm submachine gun in 1949 with the MAT 49, before that they only had the MAS 38 in 7.65 French longue. With MP-40 stocks plentiful and no issue to source 9mm ammunition,70 Years Of Being Awesome Since February 1951 Quarantine Edition T-Shirt it made sense to make use of them. The MAS 38 was also used in Indochina, but Commandos Marine, being special forces, could probably have their pick. I guess that by 1951 the MAT 49 was perhaps not that common and that MP-40’s were still in use.
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True, but the No4 wasn’t officially adopted by the British Army until 1941. Australia had been manufacturing it’s own rifles and other small arms since WW1 under license from the British and benefits of upgrading from the SMLE to the No4 simply didn’t outweigh the cost of re-tooling and manufacturing the new rifles, especially while Australia’s wartime resources were stretched thin supporting large scale military operations in both the North African and Pacific theatres. Hence why Australia continued to refurbish the SMLE from WW1 all the way to Korea. Thicker barrel, cheaper and easier to make as well. 70 Years Of Being Awesome Since February 1951 Quarantine Edition T-Shirt Longer sight radius, better peep sight as you say… much nicer rifle!