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Jimmy Page

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Kashmir Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 12:27
Thank You Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 05:48
Since I've Been Loving You Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 07:30
Gallows Pole Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 04:09
Nobody's Fault But Mine Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 04:06
No Quarter Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 03:45
Baby Come Back Jimmy Page 02:32
Battle Of Evermore Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 06:41
Flashing Lights Lord Sutch 03:14
Wanna Make Love Jimmy Page 05:20

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What Is and What Should Never Be

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Biografía

Jimmy Page first took up the guitar as a child when the family moved into a new house and discovered that the previous owners had left behind a dusty old six-string. Discovering he had a natural for the instrument, his mastery and innovative technique led to work as a session musician before he established his reputation as one of the world's greatest electric guitarists, initially with blues band The Yardbirds before becoming a fully-fledged rock legend with Led Zeppelin. When the band split in 1980, Page recorded the soundtrack to Michael Winner movie Death Wish II, teamed up with folk star Roy Harper for the album Whatever Happened To Jugula? (1985) and formed supergroup The Firm with Manfred Mann, before returning to his trademark riffs on debut solo album Outrider (1988). He went on to collaborate with Whitesnake front man David Coverdale on a record that reached the Top 5 in both the US and UK in 1993 and reunited with Robert Plant on the Grammy Award-winning Walking Into Clarksdale (1998). However, Page will always be defined as the long-haired Led Zeppelin guitarist who turned the blues into some of the most thunderous rock'n'roll ever recorded.