The legendary Led Zeppelin star, Jimmy Page posted some priceless photos of himself with successful female singer and songwriters, Jackie DeShannon via his official Instagram account.

In the photos, they were playing Jackie’s new song called “Don’t Turn Your Back on Me” with classic guitar. Also, Jimmy mentioned the song’s arrangement process.

Here is what Jimmy wrote:

“On this day in 1964, I played on Jackie DeShannon’s release ‘Don’t Turn Your Back on Me’.⁣
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Jackie DeShannon came to London and there was a session at EMI Number Two Studio to record her song ‘Don’t Turn Your Back on Me’. She was a prolific songwriter and had written ‘Needles and Pins’ and ‘When You Walk In The Room’ which had been covered by Liverpool group ‘The Searchers’.⁣⁣
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The musical arranger was Charles Blackwell, but apparently he hadn’t transcribed the guitar riff the way she had written it and she came to grips with the guitar to illustrate how it was originally written. It just so happened that a photographer captured this moment. By the time this was released, Jackie DeShannon and I had written some songs together.”

You can see the photos right below.

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On this day in 1964, I played on Jackie DeShannon's release 'Don't Turn Your Back on Me'.⁣ ⁣⁣ Jackie DeShannon came to London and there was a session at EMI Number Two Studio to record her song 'Don't Turn Your Back on Me'. She was a prolific songwriter and had written ‘Needles and Pins’ and ‘When You Walk In The Room’ which had been covered by Liverpool group ‘The Searchers’.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ The musical arranger was Charles Blackwell, but apparently he hadn’t transcribed the guitar riff the way she had written it and she came to grips with the guitar to illustrate how it was originally written. It just so happened that a photographer captured this moment. By the time this was released, Jackie DeShannon and I had written some songs together.

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