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I once read that Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page, lived in a radius of 20 Km away when they started to play guitar.
The three spent by the Yardbirds, first Clapton and Jimmy Page, the last.
Shifting the focus to studio recordings, there is a reversal, Page stamped their sound on vinyl in 1963, playing the acoustic guitar in a single of Diamonds Jet Harris and Tony Meehan. Clapton in The Yardbirds debuted almost a year later. Jeff Beck in 1967.
While Clapton and Beck they set the foot on the road, Page remained recording what would basically be part of the history of English music in a period of cultural revolution, 1963 to 1969. The market demanded.
Guitar's Expressions of Jimmy Page seeks to show the studio work Jimmy Page performed within a vast panorama of period music.
In total, more than 350 songs in about 200 records.
I set up this page for personal consultation, in chronological order and direct information; Disk Side, Song Title, Release Date and Artist Name.
I tought it was nice, and i decided to publish.
Understand the context.
Have a good time.

(A) Diamonds - 02-01-63 - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan

(B) Hully Gully - 02-01-63 - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan

(A) Trouble is My Middle Name - 27-02-63 - Brook Brothers

(B) Let the Good Times Roll - 27-02-63 - Brook Brothers

(A) Mr. Porter - 12-06-63 - Mickie Most

(B) Yes Indeed I Do - 12-06-63 - Mickie Most

(A) Sweet and Tender Romance - 12-06-63 - Carter-Lewis and the Southerners

(B) Who Told You? - 12-06-63 - Carter-Lewis and the Southerners

(A) Dance On - 26-06-63 - Kathy Kirby