Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page mourned one of the his idols, Eddie Cochran, in a recent Instagram post.

He wrote a simple message:

“On this day in 1960, Eddie Cochran died in a road traffic accident in Chippenham, Wiltshire. RIP.”

Also he remembered another historical moment, and said:

“#OnThisDay in 1964, ‘Hush Your Mouth’ by Mickey Finn and the Blue Men was released.
This is one of the sessions I did whilst I was still at art school and on this I played harmonica. Mickey Finn and the Blue Men had applied a blue beat rhythm to the Jimmy Reid song ‘Hush Your Mouth’. I had done other recordings with this band: the guys were cool and were always good to play with.”

You can reach the Instagram post below.

Yesterday he wrote on Instagram:

“#OnThisDay in 1965, Lulu released ‘Satisfied’ / ‘Surprise Surprise’ — I played guitar on ‘Surprise Surprise’, a Rolling Stones song recorded by Lulu. It would have been done at Decca Number 2 Studios in West Hampstead, London.”

Check out the Instagram post below.

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