Led Zeppelin’s legendary star and one of the most iconic guitarists of all time, Jimmy Page, has posted a recent photo of his late bandmate John Bonham shared a rare story about how he helped him back in 70’s.

As you may already know, Jimmy is sending ordinary posts every day and recalled what has happened in his career that day. Jimmy said that ‘On This Day’ in 1976, he bought an Eventide Clock Works Harmonizer and discovered that he can take a steel drum sound from it with a setting.

After discovering that, Page went to the drummer of the band John Bonham and he really liked the invention of Jimmy. After Page shared that rare story, almost 30K people liked the story in a really short time.

Here is the whole story:

“On this day in 1976, I was in the studios in Montreux Casino with John Bonham and engineer John Timperley to record Bonzo’s Montreux. 🥁🌪💥

I had recently acquired an innovative piece of equipment, the Eventide Clock Works Harmonizer and I discovered one setting where you could arrive at a steel drum sound. I wanted to employ this colour, if possible, in the palette of John Bonham’s drum orchestra project.”

Jimmy continued:

“⁣He really liked it and it’s quite heavily featured in the construction of the piece. ⁣

When it came to be mixed, I used the keyboard with the Harmonizer to construct the final gliss-phrases. The percussion employed on this track with John Bonham’s kit were overdubbed bass drums, snare drums, tom toms, timpani, timbale, congas, backwards echo and Harmonizer. I am sure John’s inspiration came from the Brazilian Samba schools.⁣

Also on this day in 2007, Led Zeppelin announced that they were to play the O2.⁣”

You can check out the photo right below.

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On this day in 1976, I was in the studios in Montreux Casino with John Bonham and engineer John Timperley to record Bonzo's Montreux 🥁🌪💥 ⁣ I had recently acquired an innovative piece of equipment, the Eventide Clock Works Harmonizer and I discovered one setting where you could arrive at a steel drum sound. I wanted to employ this colour, if possible, in the palette of John Bonham's drum orchestra project. ⁣ ⁣ He really liked it and it's quite heavily featured in the construction of the piece. ⁣ ⁣ When it came to be mixed, I used the keyboard with the Harmonizer to construct the final gliss-phrases. The percussion employed on this track with John Bonham's kit were overdubbed bass drums, snare drums, tom toms, timpani, timbale, congas, backwards echo and Harmonizer. I am sure John's inspiration came from the Brazilian Samba schools.⁣ ⁣ Also on this day in 2007, Led Zeppelin announced that they were to play the O2.⁣ ⁣ Photo ©️ 1973 Jeffrey Mayer/Getty Images

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