Thesaurus for John Bonham

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for John Bonham

A band that is so good that the world shall never see its likes again.
Zeppelin... Led Zeppelin.
by Fuckhead August 04, 2004
A person too divine for definition.
Don't even attempt to define Jimmy Page. That individual is far too divine for definition.
by Phixes March 08, 2005
Only the sexiest man to ever walk the earth (in the 70's), and by the way... Not only bored soccer mom's happen to think he's hot!!! He is gorgeous (and his ass is equally gorgeous!!!), and im only 14!!! so whoever thinks his only fans are oldies, obviously has never listened to a Led Zeppelin record. Led Zeppelin will, and always will be, one of the greatest bands to ever walk the earth!!!
Wow, check out Robert Plant...He's got a nice ass <drooling>...Not only that, but Led Zeppelin kicks ass!!!
by Super "L" January 29, 2005
The legendary bassist of Led Zeppelin. Along with Jimmy Page, he was a founding member and integral part of the group (many people inaccurately give credit of the formation to Jimmy Page and Robert Plant). John Paul's musical talent pertains not only to the bass guitar, but also the mandolin and keyboards. He is also talented in the studio, working as producer and musical arranger for many other groups including the Rolling Stones. After Led Zeppelin's disbandment in 1980, John Paul has enjoyed a successful solo career. Quiet and down to earth, his contributions to rock are many times overlooked, mainly because he does not have a gimmick to net publicity; he simply plays for the love of the music. Sadly, people do not realize greatness when they see it. With such attributes, John Paul Jones is possibly one of the most talented people in music, and easily the most underrated musician today.
"I'm glad my friends finally remembered my phone number." - John Paul Jones after finally reuniting with Led Zeppelin at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after being snubbed for Unledded ( a band created by Page and Plant).
by Rob L. October 21, 2004
British Drummer, 1946 – 1978, best known as the drummer for The Who during their most creative period. At his peak (circa 1970), Moon was probably the finest rock drummer that ever was. He was one of the first drummers to employ an extended drum kit (two bass drums, etc.) – more unusually, he had a style that could actually make full use of all the extra equipment. (Listen to “Cobwebs and Strange” off “A quick one” to get some idea of what Moon was capable of – not exactly a drum solo, but the closest thing he ever recorded to one.) His ability was progressively eroded by substance abuse and a destructive lifestyle up to his death in 1978. His passing effectively marked the end of The Who, although they released two more albums of original material (with Kenny Jones as drummer) and have continued to tour intermittently since.
One of my greatest regrets is not seeing a performance by The Who with Keith Moon at his peak.
by avgfhadsfkjbvhadsfjhbv October 03, 2006
A drummer is someone who gets a lot of stereotypes. People assume that Drummers are dumb people with no musical talent. When in reality, drums are the backbone of most music. Drummers keep time and keep the beat going. Drummers also do have a lot of musical talent. It takes a lot of coordination to be a good drummer. They also have to be able to feel the music. And yes I am a drummer :-P
Dumbass: haha you're just a stupid drummer with no talent.
Drummer: Oh yeah you try playing the drums
Dumbass: Ahh crap i can't do it. Well you're still dumb.
Drummer: Which is why you're failing more classes than me right?
by MASSIVE LOAF June 30, 2004
used to defeat scissors in a game
aha! my rock beat your scissors!
by iamthelead January 23, 2005
released in 1971 on Led Zeppelin IV, it is the greatest song ever made.
the song not only sounds incredible, but it's fun to play.
by TC May 07, 2004
Well, drums are the shit! I strongly agree with myself.. it would be odd if i didnt..but yeah drums are cool Funny fact is is that most guitarists want to play drums and most drummers wanna try guitar!
Wow, you know that michelle girl.. she plays awsome on the "drums"
by Michelle January 04, 2005
A term used to describe the new emergence of rhythm and blues fusion type music in the 1950's. Often the music is referred to simply as rock in modern times. "Rock and rolling" originally was a term frequently used in predominantly black neighborhoods to mean "having sexual intercourse". The term was however first derived as a musical term by disk jockey Alan Freed. Alan Freed first played a collection of rhythm and blues albums in his show under the name "The Moondog Show". However, upon relocating to New York he changed the name to "The Rock and Roll Show". He had full knowledge of the term and it's racy implications, but probably found great satisfaction in the spread of the term among mainstream America with little knowledge of the term's true meaning.
Turn that Darn Rock and Roll music down! Back in my day we beat buffalo skin drums for our music!
-Yelling Parent
by What is in a name? November 26, 2005

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