In a recent Instagram post, Led Zeppelin’s legendary guitarist Jimmy Page has shared an untold story about his night hang-out with blues master Eric Clapton.

Jimmy posted four photos on Instagram, and wrote:

“On this day in 1965, I went to see @johnmayallofficial & the Bluesbreakers at the Pontiac Club in Putney, London. It showcased Eric Clapton magnificent mastery of the blues guitar. Eric came to stay at my home in Epsom that night as I had told him about the recordings and guitar sound I was getting from my Simon recorder.

We played together and tracks surfaced on the ‘Blues Anytime’ series on Immediate Records. I went on to produce ‘I’m Your Witchdoctor’ and ‘Telephone Blues’ with Mayall and Clapton, as well as ‘Sitting on Top of the World’ and ‘Double Crossing Time’.”

You can see the photos below.

Jimmy also shared another memory from his past, and wrote:

“On this day in 1966, I played acoustic on Chris Farlowe’s ‘Out Of Time’ and you can hear it soloing in the middle of the song. It’s a Jagger/Richards composition and Farlowe’s version is brilliant. It went to No. 1 and was in the UK charts for 40 weeks. This is the acoustic which was played on the song.

Purchase your copy of Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds: The Beginning… via now – recorded at RG Jones Sound Studios in Morden, London in 1961 and released via the website in 2017.”

Here’s the Instagram post: