Jimmy Page, the guitarist and founder of the legendary band Led Zeppelin, shared a picture of him and Jerry Lee Lewis, the great musician also known as ‘The Killer,’ on his official Instagram page. Jimmy Page, in the caption section, stated how he recorded a song for him and wants to redeem himself by another performance.

In 2006, on this day, Jimmy Page is asked to work with Jerry Lee Lewis on his album ‘Last Man Standing,’ he was to overdub guitar parts and solo on a re-recording of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Rock and Roll.’ According to Page, he learned how to play from people like Jerry Lee Lewis and Rolan Janes, 50s legends. When an opportunity like playing for a person he admired so much shows up, Page agreed on the project.

Since these people started his ambition, Page wanted to put on his best performance while recording his part for Lewis‘ album ‘Last Man Standing.’ Yet, on his Instagram post, he stated that he did not pull it off the way he’d hoped. Furthermore, Page said he wants to be in the studio with ‘The Killer’ again.

Here is what Jimmy Page said under his post:

“On this day in 2006, Jerry Lee Lewis‘s album ‘Last Man Standing’ was released.

I had been asked to appear on the album, Steve Bing was financing, Jimmy Rip was producing and they wanted me to overdub guitar parts and solo on a re-recording of Led Zeppelin‘s ‘Rock and Roll.’

When I had just hit my teens, it was from rock ‘n roll pioneers of the 50s like Lewis and the likes of Roland Janes (the guitarist that played on the early Sun sessions with Lewis) that I learned to play – for these were the guys that really kicked things off.

I was really determined to throw in my best performance for Jerry Lee, I owed him that.

During this period, I had been rehearsing with some musicians when Jimmy Rip arrived to engineer my contribution. I had thought my performance might be recorded in this ambient setting, but instead, I had to plug into the computer to record my bits. I could hear Jerry Lee in my headphones belting out a hot version of ‘Rock and Roll,’ somehow I just didn’t pull it off the way I’d hoped.

The experience left me thinking that I’d have liked to have been in the studio in the original session with The Killer!

You can see the Instagram post below.

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On this day in 2006, Jerry Lee Lewis's album 'Last Man Standing' was released. I had been asked to appear on the album, Steve Bing was financing, Jimmy Rip was producing and they wanted me to overdub guitar parts and solo on a re-recording of Led Zeppelin's 'Rock and Roll'. When I had just hit my teens, it was from rock 'n roll pioneers of the 50s like Lewis and the likes of Roland Janes (the guitarist that played on the early Sun sessions with Lewis) that I learned to play – for these were the guys that really kicked things off. I was really determined to throw in my best performance for Jerry Lee, I owed him that. During this period, I had been rehearsing with some musicians when Jimmy Rip arrived to engineer my contribution. I had thought my performance might be recorded in this ambient setting, but instead I had to plug into the computer to record my bits. I could hear Jerry Lee in my headphones belting out a hot version of 'Rock and Roll', somehow I just didn't pull it off the way I'd hoped. The experience left me thinking that I'd have liked to have been in the studio on the original session with The Killer!

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