Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page reveals a 50-years-old  the night at Maida Vale studio and how do they promote Led Zeppelin II in BBC.

Page also revealed the story of the person who helped them on this day, Tony Wilson.

You can read the statement below:

“On this day in 1969, @LedZeppelin recorded The John Peel Sessions at Maida Vale, London.⁣⁣
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We recorded this show at Maida Vale studio to promote Led Zeppelin II. In typical Led Zeppelin tradition Travelling Riverside Blues was made up on the spot from a riff I had on the electric twelve string.

We had reached a point at the BBC where you could overdub a solo over the initial track of the song. This helped a lot to give a more complete rendition of our material and I must say the BBC engineer Tony Wilson did a really good job for us on this day. The BBC producer was John Walters.⁣⁣
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• Whole Lotta Love⁣
• What Is and What Should Never Be⁣
• Communication Breakdown⁣
• Travelling Riverside Blues⁣
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#onthisday #jimmypage #ledzeppelin#onthisdayinhistory#onthisdayinmusic”

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On this day in 1969, @LedZeppelin recorded The John Peel Sessions at Maida Vale, London.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ We recorded this show at Maida Vale studio to promote Led Zeppelin II. In typical Led Zeppelin tradition Travelling Riverside Blues was made up on the spot from a riff I had on the electric twelve string. We had reached a point at the BBC where you could overdub a solo over the initial track of the song. This helped a lot to give a more complete rendition of our material and I must say the BBC engineer Tony Wilson did a really good job for us on this day. The BBC producer was John Walters.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ • Whole Lotta Love⁣ • What Is and What Should Never Be⁣ • Communication Breakdown⁣ • Travelling Riverside Blues⁣ ⁣⁣ #onthisday #jimmypage #ledzeppelin #onthisdayinhistory #onthisdayinmusic

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