Led Zeppelin

“Tea for One”

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Presence, Led Zeppelin, "Tea for One"

As miserable and agonizing a recording as has ever been released by a functioning record label, Led Zeppelin‘s “Tea for One” has been actively misunderstood since Presence‘s release in March 1976. The song has found fewer advocates than most due, largely, to the extent to which it succeeds in conveying emotion. Even life-long Led Zeppelin devotee and […]


Yardbirds ’68 Available for Pre-Order (Update)

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Yardbirds '68 Live Remastered Double Album, JimmyPage.com

“We thought this might be lost forever, but we’ve rediscovered it, re-mixed it. It’s of great historical importance. We’re delighted to see the release.” – Jim McCarty, Chris Dreja and Jimmy Page Officially announced today, Yardbirds ’68 will be released on November 5, 2017 in three formats (CD, vinyl, and limited edition box set signed by […]


The Yardbirds’ “Happenings Ten Years Time Ago”

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The Yardbirds 1966, Jimmy Page

The latter half of 1966 brought a consolidation of commercial and artistic success in Roger the Engineer and “Over Under Sideways Down” as well as the most momentous developments in The Yardbirds‘ history. Following the departure of bassist/arranger Paul Samwell-Smith (largely responsible for the band’s “rave-up” dynamic), the group accepted the services of Jimmy Page, then […]


The Yardbirds to Re-Release Anderson Theatre Tapes

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Live Yardbirds: Featuring Jimmy Page

UPDATE: Yardbirds ’68, which includes the remixed 1968 Live Yardbirds (Anderson Theatre) concert and CBS Studios recordings, is set for a November 5 release. It is available for pre-order on CD and 180-gram vinyl now exclusively through JimmyPage.com. Yardbirds drummer and bandleader Jim McCarty announced via Facebook in late November a projected 2017 release of Live Yardbirds: Featuring Jimmy […]


The Yardbirds’ Final Acclaim

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The Yardbirds 1968 Live

Embarking upon a final U.S. tour as a four piece in the spring of 1968, The Yardbirds wholly abandoned the pop-oriented leanings/impositions of the Mickie Most era. Resolving to make the best of its last months together, the group rallied to deliver its most compelling and “progressive” live performances yet, in the process dropping somewhat […]