The official Instagram account of Led Zeppelin icon Jimmy Page posted a photo of American singer Brenda Lee to share the unforgettable experience of working with her back in the 1960s.

The 75-year-old American singer Brenda Lee was widely known for her hit songs ‘I’m Sorry‘ and ‘Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,’ which became a classic Christmas song.

Prior to The Yardbirds, Jimmy Page started his career as a studio musician during which he had the opportunity to work with various famous artists. Earlier in the 1960s, Jimmy had the chance to play a song belong to American performer Brenda Lee named ‘Is It True.’ Brenda and Jimmy worked in the same recording studio in London, Decca Number Two Studio.

Recently, the official Instagram account dedicated to Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page posted the photo of Brenda Lee to recall the rare opportunity Page had back in 1964. On the caption of his post, Jimmy mentioned that Brenda was actually the first American came to the Decca Studio and record her song in London. He also added that during the recording of ‘Is It True,’ Jimmy had a chance to use the DeArmond tone pedal.

Here’s how Jimmy Page explained the life-altering experience he had:

“On this day in 1964, I appeared on three new releases: one by Brenda Lee, a visiting American artist with ‘Is It True’; a second by PJ Proby with ‘Sweet and Tender Romance‘ – another American artist soon to settle in London; and Lulu – a Scottish artist who too settled in London and was something of our own Brenda Lee.⁣

All three of these songs were recorded in the Decca Number Two Studio in West Hampstead. Many a good recording was made at this location. There was quite a buzz in the Number Two Studio at Decca as Brenda Lee was the first American to come to the Decca studio and try their luck at recording in England. ‘Is It True’ gave me a good opportunity to employ a DeArmond tone pedal.

The musicians definitely gave it their collective best that day.”

You can see the photo Jimmy Page posted on his Instagram account below.

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On this day in 1964, I appeared on three new releases: one by Brenda Lee, a visiting American artist with ‘Is It True’; a second by PJ Proby with ‘Sweet and Tender Romance' – another American artist soon to settle in London; and Lulu – a Scottish artist who too settled in London and was something of our own Brenda Lee.⁣ ⁣ All three of these songs were recorded in the Decca Number Two Studio in West Hampstead. Many a good recording was made at this location. There was quite a buzz in the Number Two Studio at Decca as Brenda Lee was the first American to come to the Decca studio and try their luck at recording in England. ‘Is It True’ gave me a good opportunity to employ a DeArmond tone pedal. The musicians definitely gave it their collective best that day.

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