Top 12 1960’s Jimmy Page songs as a session musician

One of the most stunning collection of songs by a session musician

Top 12 1960’s Jimmy Page songs as a session musician

Born James Patrick Page on January 9th, 1944, Jimmy Page is part of the Rock N’ Roll Olympus ever since he rose to fame during the 1960’s, first as a guitarist for The Yardbirds and later as a founder and guitarist of Led Zeppelin. But before he was the Led Zeppelin guitar God, Page participated in several recording sessions for other artists, mostly not credited, as a session musician, this happened mainly during the beginning of his career. You might be surprised with some of the songs that he played as a guest musician.



12 – Nico, “The Last Mile”, 1965

11 – The Manish Boys with David Bowie, “I Pity the Fool”, 1965

10 – Dave Berry, “The Crying Game”, 1964



09 – Jet Harris, “Diamonds”, 1963

08 – The Rolling Stones, “Heart of Stone”, 1964 (alternate take)

07 – Shirley Bassey, “Goldfinger”, 1964

06 – The Kinks, “I’m A Lover Not A Fighter”, 1964

05 – Petula Clark, “Downtown”, 1964



04 – “I Can’t Explain” by The Who, 1964

03 – The Fleur De Lys, “Circles”, 1966

02 – Donovan, “Sunshine Superman”, 1966

01 – “With A Little Help From My Friends” by Joe Cocker, 1968



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