The astonishing guitarist of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page posted a bunch of new photos on his official Instagram page to celebrate the 25th year of him playing in Marrakech, Morocco with another legendary musician, Robert Plant.

Jimmy Page also revealed the story of how did they film with the Gnawa musicians and the Berber tribeswomen outside Marrakech.

Here is that rare story:

“On this day in 1994, I played with Robert Plant in Marrakech, Morocco 🇲🇦⁣⁣
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Part of the early stages of the Unledded project involved some field recording in Morocco, echoing the musical footsteps of Alan Lomax. ⁣⁣
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Just outside Marrakech, in a 13th Century courtyard, we filmed with the Gnawa musicians and the Berber tribeswomen.

The sedate Gnawa were uncomfortable around the Berber tribeswomen’s fierce music – it felt like the women could have eaten the Gnawa alive. It was a bit like mixing oil and water in a musical sense: definitely, something that all of us would be unlikely to experience again.⁣

Photo © 1994 Andy Earl/Jimmy Page Archive”

You can see the photos right below.