Jimmy Page is remastering and reissuing all of the Led Zeppelin albums, along with previously unreleased recordings.

Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page shared an unrevealed page he got from T.S Henderson of American Consul.

Jimmy also penned the story of the page that he had taken from the American Embassy.

Here is what he wrote:

“#OnThisDay in 1965, I was visiting Los Angeles. I was on my second visit to the city but my first stay at Gene Autry’s Continental Hotel on Sunset Boulevard. This was to become the infamous Continental Hyatt House; best known as the ‘Riot House’ in the 70s.
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I was with Tony Calder of Immediate Records and present when he met with Murray Wilson in an LA steakhouse. He came away with the Beach Boys’ publishing contract under his belt and ‘Help Me Rhonda’ was the first single of this new relationship.

Tony also had Taj Mahal and Jesse Ed Davis auditioning in a room at the hotel. They were really solid. They weren’t signed to Immediate at that time and only came together on record three years later, in 1968.
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Taj Mahal in a solo capacity was later billed with Led Zeppelin in January 1969 at Bill Graham’s Fillmore West.
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Jesse Ed Davis was to perform with Leon Russell, Albert King and Willie Nelson and he also played on albums with John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Leonard Cohen and George Harrison.”

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#OnThisDay in 1965, I was visiting Los Angeles. I was on my second visit to the city but my first stay at Gene Autry's Continental Hotel on Sunset Boulevard. This was to become the infamous Continental Hyatt House; best known as the 'Riot House' in the 70s. ⠀⠀ I was with Tony Calder of Immediate Records and present when he met with Murray Wilson in an LA steakhouse. He came away with the Beach Boys' publishing contract under his belt and 'Help Me Rhonda' was the first single of this new relationship. Tony also had Taj Mahal and Jesse Ed Davis auditioning in a room at the hotel. They were really solid. They weren't signed to Immediate at that time and only came together on record three years later, in 1968. ⠀⠀ Taj Mahal in a solo capacity was later billed with Led Zeppelin in January 1969 at Bill Graham's Fillmore West. ⠀⠀ Jesse Ed Davis was to perform with Leon Russell, Albert King and Willie Nelson and he also played on albums with John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Leonard Cohen and George Harrison.

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