Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has posted a new photo on his official Instagram page and celebrated the 22nd anniversary of the ‘Walking into Clarksdale’ album which was a collaboration with Robert Plant.

The album released by Atlantic Records on April 21, 1998. Jimmy expressed the claims that ripped off The Beatles and said that the project was engineered by musician Steve Albini at Studio Two at EMI, which was used by The Beatles.

In addition, one of the album’s tracks, ‘Most High‘ won the Grammy Award for ‘Best Hard Rock Performance’ in 1999.

Here’s what Jimmy Page captioned:

“On this day in 1998, Page and Plant released ‘Walking into Clarksdale’.⁣

The Page/Plant project took a more stripped-down approach to this album, with few overdubs. It was engineered by Steve Albini at the famous Studio Two at EMI, used by the Beatles.⁣

The album eventually received a Grammy for ‘Most High’ but today was the release date in 1998 and we toured this extensively.⁣

What’s your favorite from this album?”

An Instagram fan named Kat penned:

“I absolutely love this record! And I have worn the CD out and had to replace it a couple of times💜 Keep On Rocking🎸”

Another fan named Will Fisher wrote:

“Love the entire album but Shining In The Light is hands down my favorite.”

See the Instagram post below.