In the new photo series on his Instagram page, iconic Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has revealed the album cover artwork of their ‘Physical Graffiti’ album, which was released in 1975.

In the caption of his photos, Jimmy said that most of the titles of this 45 years album have been recorded by Headley Grange. He also stated that he came up with the title of this album and the source music has been a sample of his music drawings ever since.

Here’s what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day, 45 years ago in 1975, ‘Physical Graffiti’ by @ledzeppelin was released. Most of the titles were recorded with the Headley Grange experience; for example, the drums for Kashmir were recorded in the hall – the same location as When The Levee Breaks.

I came up with the title for this album and the source music is a sample of some of my musical sketches – Wanton Song, Ten Years Gone and Sick Again – from that time. ⁣⁣
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Swipe to explore the original artwork for the album cover taken by legendary photographer Elliott Erwitt, taken from the official @ledzeppelinbook⁣

What’s your favorite from Physical Graffiti?”

A fan named lovemeusa commented and said:

“Ten years have gone. Best song ever.”

Another fan named jimmyoutrider wrote:

“The Rover, Kashmir, Ten Years Gone, In The Light, the Wanton Song, Sick Again… So many amazing songs!”

See the Instagram post below.