The legendary guitarist of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page has recalled a project he took part at the beginning of his career, when he was still at school, and revealed a secret that he played one support spot in the iconic musical, ‘Finders Keepers.’

As you may know, Page has been highly active on Instagram remembering the good old days and reminding his fans of the landmarks in his journey in music for a while now.

Lately, the legend has taken Instagram to unveil one of the most exciting moments in his life that he kept to himself during his youth. Remarking the release of ‘Time Drags‘ by Cliff Richard on this day in 1966, Page said that he had been booked to play harmonica on a session at EMI Studio Number Two and discovered that it was for Cliff Richard.

He added that they played the song, which was written by the Shadows guitarists Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch, who were there with drummer Brian Bennett and Cliff. Page mentioned they were super gracious and encouraging and it was a pleasure to have worked with some of the UK music aristocracy.

He also talked about one of his special experiences from 1959, when he was at school, while revealing the fact that he played one support spot whilst in Neil Christian and the Crusaders for Cliff and the Shadows at Edmonton Odeon.

Finders Keepers‘ is a 1966 British musical film directed by Sidney Hayers, written by Michael Pertwee and starring Cliff Richard. The soundtrack album of the movie by Cliff Richard and The Shadows was released on Columbia Records. It was their fourth film soundtrack album and Richard’s eighteenth album overall.

Here’s what Jimmy Page said in his recent Instagram post:

“On this day in 1966, ‘Time Drags‘ by by Cliff Richard was released.

I had been booked to play harmonica on a session at EMI Studio Number Two and discovered that it was for Cliff Richard.

The song had been written by the Shadows guitarists Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch, who were there with drummer Brian Bennett and Cliff. They were super gracious and encouraging and it was a pleasure to have worked with some of the UK music aristocracy.

This song was later to feature in the film ‘Finders Keepers.’ In 1959 I played one support spot whilst in Neil Christian and the Crusaders for Cliff and the Shadows at Edmonton Odeon.

I was still at school and I couldn’t really talk to the other kids about this so I kept it to myself.

In 1981, in the same studio on the same day, I was overdubbing the orchestra on the ‘Death Wish II‘ project.”

You can check out the post and the song, ‘Time Drags,’ below.

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On this day in 1966, Time Drags By by Cliff Richard was released. I had been booked to play harmonica on a session at EMI Studio Number Two and discovered that it was for Cliff Richard. The song had been written by the Shadows guitarists Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch, who were there with drummer Brian Bennett and Cliff. They were super gracious and encouraging and it was a pleasure to have worked with some of the UK music aristocracy. This song was later to feature in the film Finders Keepers. In 1959 I played one support spot whilst in Neil Christian and the Crusaders for Cliff and the Shadows at Edmonton Odeon. I was still at school and I couldn't really talk to the other kids about this so I kept it to myself. In 1981, in the same studio on the same day, I was overdubbing the orchestra on the Death Wish II project.

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