Led Zeppelin star Jimmy Page is very famous on social media with his long-going iconic posts, ‘On This Day.’

As you might all know, Jimmy is sharing his precious stories from the past and enlightens the current days of the music industry with these memoirs.

Today, Jimmy posted yet another ‘On This Day’ story on his official Instagram page and revealed the day he participated ‘Blow Up’ premiere in.

Here is the story by Jimmy Page:

“On this day in 1966, Blow Up premiered in New York.⁣

The award-winning Michelangelo Antonioni film, Blow-Up, was premiered on this day in 1966 in New York and went on general release. Although The Yardbirds were not invited to any of the premieres, some of us lined up with everybody else sometime after the event to see the film. Apart from the section, we had recorded, we knew very little about the film.⁣

The production team seemed to know as little about the plot as we did: in fact, it was said that Mr. Antonioni had been asked what was the ‘Blow Up’ during the shoot and he replied ‘This is the blow-up’, referring to the guitar breaking scene. I remember a very tall, statuesque woman in the line waiting to see the film, it was, in fact, Veruschka, a famous model of the time featured in the film.⁣

For Blow-Up, The Yardbirds recorded the track ‘Stroll On’ at IBC studios in London. It was the first time Jeff Beck and I got to record with the guitars.”

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On this day in 1966, Blow Up premiered in New York.⁣ ⁣ The award-winning Michelangelo Antonioni film, Blow Up, was premiered on this day in 1966 in New York and went on general release. Although The Yardbirds were not invited to any of the premieres, some of us lined up with everybody else sometime after the event to see the film. Apart from the section we had recorded, we knew very little about the film.⁣ ⁣ The production team seemed to know as little about the plot as we did: in fact, it was said that Mr Antonioni had been asked what was the 'Blow Up' during the shoot and he replied 'This is the blow up', referring to the guitar breaking scene. I remember a very tall, statuesque woman in the line waiting to see the film, it was in fact Veruschka, a famous model of the time who featured in the film.⁣ ⁣ For Blow Up, The Yardbirds recorded the track 'Stroll On' at IBC studios in London. It was the first time Jeff Beck and I got to record with the guitars.

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