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  Jimmy-Page.com
Page also lent a hand in writing (or co-writing) Zeppelin's vast array of classic songs and produced all their albums.
Born on January 9, 1944, in Heston, Middlesex, England, Page picked up the guitar at age 13 after being inspired by the Elvis Presley tune "Baby Let's Play House," and while he took several lessons, was mostly self-taught.
But Page fell seriously ill (with glandular fever) and was forced to quit and recuperate.
www.jimmy-page.com   (141 words)

  
 Jimmy Page
Personnel include: Jimmy Page (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin); Robert Plant (vocals); Najma Akhtar (vocals); Porl Thompson...
Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page Photo T-Shirt features fl and white screen print photo of Jimmy Page playing a riff on the front and his symbol on the back.
The front of this tie-dye T-shirt features the unmistakable Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin playing a double-neck guitar with his signature long mane of rock 'n roll hair.
www.koncretekite.com /jimmy-page.htm   (188 words)

  
  Jimmy Page Online
Jimmy Page has generously donated a pair of tickets to his concert at the O2 Arena on December 10th 2007, to Task Brasil.
Jimmy Page has been involved with supporting the work of the charity for the last ten years and he is very keen to see this work continue and grow.
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham (son of the band's original drummer John Bonham, who died in September 1980) are preparing to reunite onstage as Led Zeppelin at the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert, to be held in London, England on Monday December 10th 2007.
www.jimmypageonline.com /11380.html?*session*id*key*=*session*id*val*   (2510 words)

  
  VH1.com : Jimmy Page : Biography - Urge Music Downloads
Page also lent a hand in writing (or co-writing) Zeppelin's vast array of classic songs and produced all their albums.
By 1966, Page was looking to put his session work on hold and join a full-time band; he accepted an offer to play with the Yardbirds (initially as a bassist, then shortly thereafter as a guitarist), as he was paired up with another one of rock's all-time guitar greats, Jeff Beck.
Also, Page's interest in the occult became a concern to those around him (he went as far as purchasing a mansion on the Loch Ness in Scotland that was once owned by renowned Satanist Aleister Crowley).
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  Jimmy Page - Music Downloads - Online
Page also lent a hand in writing (or co-writing) Zeppelin's vast array of classic songs and produced all their albums.
By 1966, Page was looking to put his session work on hold and join a full-time band; he accepted an offer to play with the Yardbirds (initially as a bassist, then shortly thereafter as a guitarist), as he was paired up with another one of rock's all-time guitar greats, Jeff Beck.
Also, Page's interest in the occult became a concern to those around him (he went as far as purchasing a mansion on the Loch Ness in Scotland that was once owned by renowned Satanist Aleister Crowley).
musicstore.connect.com /artist/119/Jimmy-Page/1019776.html   (1026 words)

  
  Jimmy Page Biography
Page was born in the north London suburb of Heston, Middlesex-Britain.
Jimmy Page is often thought of as a quintessential rock guitar hero, being in the same class of talent as peers such as Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and the late Jimi Hendrix.
Page and Beck, who grew up near each other in England and both spent time as guitarists for the Yardbirds, were among the first guitarists to help popularize the use of electronic feedback and distortion with the Roger Mayer fuzzbox.
home.att.net /~chuckayoub/jimmy_page_biography.htm   (1211 words)

  
 Jimmy Page - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jimmy was so frightened of the opthomologists office that his parents could not bring him within 500 meters of the pediatricians, which caused even more problems as his school was located exactly 499 meters distant from the building.
Jimmy Page founded Led Zeppelin upon meeting human/fern hybrid Robert Plant and ill-fated original bassist John Paul Jones.At the time Page was playing with his somewhat successful band, "The Yardbirds", but dissolved the rockabilly/gospel trio when lead singer Steve Smith tragically died choking on a Furby.
Jimmy's riffs were so insane that it was later revealed to be the cause of death of drummer John Bonham.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Jimmy_Page   (981 words)

  
 The Official Page ONE Literary Newsletter Website
Jimmy was a brother of Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Maitland, FL 32751 1-800-432-JOIN or www.savethemanatee.org -- And Jimmy was a founder of Friends of Florida, an enviromental group which focused on the problem of preserving the Florida ecostructure.
Jimmy is one of only three authors to ever have a number one best-seller on the fiction list and non-fiction list.
www.pageonelit.com /interviews/JBuffett.html   (1362 words)

  
 Jimmy Page and Kenneth Anger-Lucifer Rising
Jimmy Page, in town for a friend's funeral, was unavailable for comment, but a spokesperson from Swansong claimed to be totally mystified by the news that the guitarist had been fired from the Lucifer project; he even expressed surprised at the information that Anger was even in London.
Jimmy Page was commissioned to write the piece in 1973 and began work later that year after the completion of Led Zeppelin's American tour.
Page plays all of the music by himself, most of which was done on an electric guitar being run through an early ARP synthesizer.
victorian.fortunecity.com /updike/723/page.html   (3618 words)

  
 Atlantic Records - Jimmy Page & Robert Plant Photos   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When Jimmy Page and Robert Plant reunited in 1994 for their first full-blown project together since the break-up of Led Zeppelin in 1980, it was to be no mere trot round the block for old time's sake.
By the tour's triumphant climax and sad farewells, Jimmy and Robert were confident in their renewed relationship and raring to return to the studio as soon as possible.
Jimmy and Robert were keen to capture all the flavors that go into their globally eclectic songwriting style, without overcooking the actual recording process, and so losing the spirit of spontaneous invention.
www.atlanticrecords.com /jimmypagerobertplant/about   (787 words)

  
 Jimmy Page
Jimmy Page is a rock guitar hero in the same class as Jimi Hendrix, and fellow guitarists for The Yardbirds, Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck.
Jimmy Page has owned a lot of musical gear, including many vintage guitars and amps, much of it finding its way onto the stage for live performances or in the studio for his numerous recording sessions.
Some of Jimmy Page's acoustic instruments include several Ovation guitars (including 2 Ovation Elite double neck acoustics), a Martin D-28 and a D-45, a Gibson J-200, a Gretsch 12 string guitar as well as mandolins (a Fender and a Gibson), a banjo and a harp guitar.
www.zapguitar.com /guitar_jimmy_page.cfm   (539 words)

  
 Official Ticketmaster site. Jimmy Page tickets, concerts and tour dates
By 1966, Page was looking to put his session work on hold and join a full-time band; he accepted an offer to play with the Yardbirds (initially as a bassist, then shortly thereafter as a guitarist), as he was paired up with another one of rock's all-time guitar greats, Jeff Beck.
Also, Page's interest in the occult became a concern to those around him (he went as far as purchasing a mansion on the Loch Ness in Scotland that was once owned by renowned Satanist Aleister Crowley).
Page's latest project only lasted a single album, 1993's heavily Zep-like Coverdale/Page, as a proposed world tour was scrapped in favor of just a few select dates in Japan.
www.ticketmaster.com /artist/735812?brand=none   (1457 words)

  
 Yardbirds/Led Zeppelin's Dubious Recording History
Page had played on hundreds of studio tracks by such luminaries as Them, the Pretty Things, the Who, the Kinks as well as many groups that have faded into the mists of time.
Jimmy Page was to take this song with him to his next band, Led Zeppelin.
In "Dazed and Confused," Page followed up the violin bowing with a furious spitfire solo, which he had lifted from the flipside of the Yardbirds' last single, "Goodnight Sweet Josephine" b/w "Think About It." While it is undoubtedly his own solo, Page was exhibiting a tendency to recycle motifs and ideas.
www.furious.com /perfect/jimmypage.html   (2438 words)

  
 Jimmy Page
Personnel: Robert Plant (vocals); Jimmy Page (guitar); Charlie Jones (bass); Michael Lee (drums).
The Firm: Paul Rodgers (vocals, guitar); Jimmy Page (guitar, keyboards); Tony Franklin (bass); Chris Slade (drums).
The Firm: Paul Rodgers (vocals, guitar); Jimmy Page (guitar); Tony Franklin (bass, synthesizer); Chris Slade (drums).
www.lzep.com /jimmy-page.htm   (113 words)

  
 Jimmy Page : Rolling Stone
Jimmy Page's legacy cemented, Chingy's new power and more
Jimmy Page's injury forces cancellation of second leg of Crowes tour
The high priest of heavy metal, the pontiff of power riffing and probably the most digitally sampled artist in pop today after James Brown, guitar shaman Jimmy Page returns to the rock wars with his debut solo album – not counting the so-so '82 soundtrack of...
www.rollingstone.com /artists/jimmypage   (156 words)

  
 Jimmy Page
Jimmy Page is for Jimmy Page Tribute page with a Jimmy Page Bio, Jimmy Page Pictures, Jimmy Page Official Site, Jimmy Page Links and more.
Jimmy Page is the Guitarist for "Led Zeppelin".
The Guitars Jimmy Page used are Fender Electric Jimmy Page Guitars.
www.everyguitarist.com /jimmy_page.htm   (135 words)

  
 Led Zeppelin
Seriously, though, producer/songwriter/guitarist/everything-worth-mentioning Jimmy Page is no genius, but in his Zep days he was a master craftsman: he wrote lots and lots of classic riffs, and his solos drew on an encyclopedic knowledge of rock guitar.
Jimmy Page was one of the premiere session musicians of the 60s, and he's continued to make guest appearances on other artists' records to this day.
Jimmy Page played on a couple tracks, much to the delight of nostalgia-crazed fans who sent both the album and its major single to the Top Ten ("Sea Of Love," with Page).
www.warr.org /zep.html   (3855 words)

  
 Jimmy Page
Born on January 9, 1944, in Heston, Middlesex, England, Jimmy Page picked up the guitar at age 13 after being inspired by the Elvis Presley tune "Baby Let's Play House," and while he took several lessons, was mostly self-taught.
With the emergence of such bands as the Rolling Stones in the early '60s and their gritty blues-rock, Jimmy Page's interest in music perked up once again but instead of forming a band right away, he decided to hone his craft by becoming one of England's top session guitarists and producers.
By 1966, Jimmy Page was looking to put his session work on hold and join a full-time band; he accepted an offer to play with the Yardbirds (initially as a bassist, then shortly thereafter as a guitarist), as he was paired up with another one of rock's all-time guitar greats, Jeff Beck.
www.guitarz-for-ever.com /jimmy-page.html   (1366 words)

  
 Page, Jimmy
Jimmy Page was born 9 January 1944 in Heston, Middlesex, England.
Page picked up the guitar at age 13 and was mostly self-taught.
Page put together the “New Yardbirds”; including longtime session bassist, John Paul Jones and newcomers Robert Plant and John Bonham.
www.ericclaptonfaq.com /biographies-other-musicians/jimmy-page.html   (295 words)

  
 Jimmy Page Guitar Methods | Lessons @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Jimmy Page was born in Heston, England in 1944.
Jimmy Page used to master the multi-hammer-on technique which is a way to play faster leads without needing to increase your picking hand speed.
Jimmy in full flight is superb but I guess an artical like this doesnt have the space to really cover the roots of his music and what he tapped in to for his inspiration going back to stuff in the 50's/40's/30's (he was born in the last year of the second world war after all!).
www.ultimate-guitar.com /lessons/guitar_gurus/jimmy_page_guitar_methods.html   (5200 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Queen honors Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
LONDON (AP) — Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has been honored by Queen Elizabeth II — but the award was for his work with poor Brazilian children rather than his music.
Page said he was overwhelmed to be given the accolade, recalling how he first became involved with Brazilian children in 1994 when fighting broke out among street gangs while he was in Rio de Janeiro promoting an album.
Page was a member of the '60s band The Yardbirds before helping found Led Zeppelin.
www.usatoday.com /life/people/2005-12-14-queen-jimmy-page_x.htm   (287 words)

  
 YouTube - Jimmy Page - Violin Bow Guitar Solo
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Jimmy Page's Guitar Solo - White Summer/Black moutain Side
Jimmy Page - White Summer (1970) Part 1
www.youtube.com /watch?v=BG-aoRWjLdE   (379 words)

  
 Jimmy Page Outrider CD
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, Rolling Stone no. 182, March 1975
Personnel: Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Jason Bonham, John Miles, Tony Franklin, Chris Farlow, Durban Laverde, Barrimore Barlow.
This CD was much better than the Firm album Jimmy was involved in.
www.cduniverse.com /search/xx/music/pid/1026949/a/Outrider.htm   (213 words)

  
 Jimmy Page (www.led-zeppelin.com) Electric Magic
Jimmy Page 's incredible career spans four decades, appearing on an innumerable list of recordings.
Through Zep, Page could unleash his playing and songwriting in a variety of styles: blues, folk, Indian etc., but the magic of Led Zeppelin created an unimaginable chemistry of its own.
For Jimmy Page, the most famous alternate tuning is an Indian-based structure, which gives the guitar a sitar-like sound.
www.led-zeppelin.com /jimmypage.html   (0 words)

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