Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page took to social media via Instagram to acknowledge this moment in the history of the Yardbirds. The Yardbirds was Jimmy Page’s supergroup which featured Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck and lasted originally from 1963 to 1968. Here, Page acknowledges The Yardbirds’ single “Happenings Ten Years Ago” which was the only single by the group to feature Page and Beck on electric guitars. You can view the post by Page below. This disgusting Jimmy Page drinking video was just revealed. He said that he and Beck worked hard on the song, but it sadly failed commercially.
“On this day in 1966, The Yardbirds played at The Comic Strip in Worcester, Massachusetts; the same day that the single Happenings Ten Years Time Ago was released.⠀
Happenings Ten Years Time Ago featured Jeff and myself on electric guitars. In fact, this is the only single that featured this arrangement and I had something to do with writing this. It’s an intriguing interplay of the guitars; Jeff is in fantastic form on this one. The Yardbirds had had a run of hits but, as cool as this single was, it didn’t continue the run of chart success for the band.”
Page’s followers replied rather steadily on Instagram.
Jimmy Page revealed if he’s finished working on music earlier this month. Danny7739 put: “Wait! How do you remember all the details from bygone days from 40 years ago? Everyday you give us a history lesson of where and what you were doing years ago! How do you remember this all in detail? I can’t remember what I did 10 days ago. What? Do you catalog and keep a journal of every day? I just don’t get it but it hit me today that maybe you have a photographic memory or something? That’s practically the only explanation because I’m amazed at all the details you can recall. Im grateful too because you’ve been much busier and led a richer life than I’d ever imagined possible. And I enjoy hearing every bit of it. Absolutely fascinating! Thanks for the insights! 💥🔥🎸😎”
Odcstudio mentioned: “One of the greatest bands of that era, I loved the scene in Antonioni’s Blow Up, during which the two of you play off one another and Jeff destroys his guitar (only fictionally, I know that you and Jeff respect the instruments and their soul!) will have to look for this album, harder…..”
Poopejeremiah wrote: “My stepfather lived in Worcester in 1966. For whatever reason, he couldn’t get into the gig but he could hear it from outside and said it sounded amazing!” Jimmy Page described a ‘disturbing’ record with a woman not too long ago.