Led Zeppelin’s legendary musician Jimmy Page posted a really rare photo on his official and verified Instagram page and shared a really golden-worth story of Joe Cocker, singing The Beatles’ “I’ll Cry Instead.”

Here is the new part of Page’s iconic On This Day archive, and the rare story of Joe Cocker’s.

Here is the caption of the photo:

“On this day in 1964, ‘I’ll Cry Instead’ / ‘Those Precious Words’ by Joe Cocker was released.⁣

Joe Cocker’s performance on The Beatles’ ‘I’ll Cry Instead’ and the b-side; ‘Those Precious Words’ really impressed me. ⁣

These two titles were recorded in the Decca Number Two Studio in West Hampstead, Mike Leander had been in charge of the arrangements. Joe’s gritty performance on these tracks was something that really stuck in my mind so it was with admiration that I was to play with him again some years later on ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ and indeed a number of tracks on his first album. ⁣

The picture is of Joe recording ‘I’ll Cry Instead’ with vocal backing by The Ivy League that included two members of Carter Lewis and The Southerners, but it was Joe’s performance on the b-side ‘Those Precious Words’ that really registered with me in the studio that day.”

You can see the photo below.

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On this day in 1964, 'I'll Cry Instead' / 'Those Precious Words' by Joe Cocker was released.⁣ ⁣ Joe Cocker’s performance on The Beatles’ ‘I’ll Cry Instead’ and the b-side; ‘Those Precious Words’ really impressed me. ⁣ ⁣ These two titles were recorded in the Decca Number Two Studio in West Hampstead, Mike Leander had been in charge of the arrangements. Joe’s gritty performance on these tracks was something that really stuck in my mind so it was with admiration that I was to play with him again some years later on ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ and indeed a number of tracks on his first album. ⁣ ⁣ The picture is of Joe recording 'I'll Cry Instead' with vocal backing by The Ivy League that included two members of Carter Lewis and The Southerners, but it was Joe's performance on the b-side 'Those Precious Words' that really registered with me in the studio that day.

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