The legendary guitarist and the founder of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page has recalled the times he and Puff Daddy recorded a song for the soundtrack to the film Godzilla.

The iconic musician Page has shared the memory of one of his most distinct experiences. On Instagram, Jimmy Page revealed the details about the recording process of the song ‘Come with Me.’ He also explained how it felt to work on the soundtrack of such iconic movie and to work with the rapper, Puff Daddy.

Page said that he recorded his guitar at CTS Studio in Wembley, London for his part. Thereafter, a director was on hand to film his recording of what was to become the promo video for the song. Page worked to a blue screen and consigned the outcome to the final cut.

Jimmy Page also explained that he wore a Raf Simons jacket and a snakeskin print shirt during the shoots and Puff Daddy made positive remarks about his outfit. Page said that it was fun to work with the rapper, whom Page praises as highly talented and creative, and to be involved in the project which was held in 1998.

Here is what Jimmy Page said in his latest Instagram post:

“On this day in 1998, Come with Me, which I recorded with Puff Daddy, was released as part of the soundtrack to the film Godzilla.

I recorded my guitar at CTS Studio in Wembley, London via an ISDN line to Sean Combs at the Record Plant in LA and a video link between the two venues. After the guitar recording a director was on hand to film my part of what was to become the promo video for the song. I was working to a blue screen on this and I thought they did a clever job the way they included the performance in the final cut.

I wore a Raf Simons jacket and a snakeskin print shirt that ‘Mr. Daddy‘ had made positive remarks about during the link up! This was a fun project to be involved with. When the recordings were completed at CTS, Diddy said he was off to overdub the orchestra on it.

These photographs were taken at Daddy’s House Studio in New York City. This was the first time for me to hear the final mix. He had clearly applied a lot of imagination to this and he’d done a really good job.”

You can see the post and the music video of ‘Come with Me’ below.

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On this day in 1998, Come with Me, which I recorded with Puff Daddy, was released as part of the soundtrack to the film Godzilla. I recorded my guitar at CTS Studio in Wembley, London via an ISDN line to Sean Combs at the Record Plant in LA and a video link between the two venues. After the guitar recording a director was on hand to film my part of what was to become the promo video for the song. I was working to a blue screen on this and I thought they did a clever job the way they included the performance in the final cut. I wore a Raf Simons jacket and a snakeskin print shirt that 'Mr. Daddy' had made positive remarks about during the link up! This was a fun project to be involved with. When the recordings were completed at CTS, Diddy said he was off to overdub the orchestra on it. These photographs were taken at Daddy's House Studio in New York City. This was the first time for me to hear the final mix. He had clearly applied a lot of imagination to this and he'd done a really good job. Photo © 1998 Waring Abbott/Jimmy Page Archive

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