Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page shared a bunch of photos from 1960s and wrote a new story for his iconic ‘On This Day’ archive.

Here is what he wrote:

“#OnThisDay in 1965, I played on Vashti Bunyan’s ‘Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind’. It was a Jagger/Richards composition, produced by Andrew Oldham and released on Decca.
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Also in this week in 1965, I played guitar on at least six records in the top thirty: the number one spot, Where Are You Now My Love by Jackie Trent; and other artists, including Burt Bacharach, Marianne Faithfull and Francoise Hardy.
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List of records released in May 1965 featuring JP:
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#1 – Where Are You Now My Love (Jackie Trent)
#6 – Little Bird (Marianne Faithfull)
#18 – All Over The World (Francoise Hardy)
#24 – Little Things (Dave Berry)
#27 – Trains and Boats and Planes (Burt Bacharach)
#30 – Marie (The Bachelors)
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👆🏻What’s your favorite JP session track?”

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#OnThisDay in 1965, I played on Vashti Bunyan's 'Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind'. It was a Jagger/Richards composition, produced by Andrew Oldham and released on Decca. ⠀⠀ Also in this week in 1965, I played guitar on at least six records in the top thirty: the number one spot, Where Are You Now My Love by Jackie Trent; and other artists, including Burt Bacharach, Marianne Faithfull and Francoise Hardy. ⠀⠀ List of records released in May 1965 featuring JP: ⠀⠀ #1 – Where Are You Now My Love (Jackie Trent) #6 – Little Bird (Marianne Faithfull) #18 – All Over The World (Francoise Hardy) #24 – Little Things (Dave Berry) #27 – Trains and Boats and Planes (Burt Bacharach) #30 – Marie (The Bachelors) ⠀⠀ 👆🏻What’s your favourite JP session track?

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