Led Zeppelin Star Jimmy Page Remembers His Rare-Known Appearance With ‘The Who’

The world-known musician Jimmy Page, best known as the guitarist of the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin, has just updated his social media account with his classic “OnThisDay” series and remembered the day he appeared with The Who.

This time, Jimmy took his fans back to 1965 and touched his appearance on The Who’s “I Can’t Explain”, which was taken from the band’s debut studio album “My Generation.”

Jimmy described his appearance with following caption: “In the UK charts this week in 1965, I appeared on ‘I Can’t Explain’ by The Who, where I played second guitar to Pete Townshend’s lead, ‘I Know A Place’ by Petula Clark and ‘Come And Stay With Me’ by Marianne Faithfull, as a studio musician.⁣”

He continued: “Ten years later on, this week in March 1975, Led Zeppelin were the first band ever to have six albums on the Billboard charts.⁣”

In the comments of the photo, many fans wrote that Jimmy Page is one of the greatest guitarists in history.

The Who‘s debut studio album “My Generation” was released on December 3, 1965, by Brunswick Records in the United Kingdom, and Festival Records in Australia.

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