Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has revealed an untold story of the legendary vocalist Joe Cocker on Instagram and impressed his fans with this unique information.

Joe Cocker is a British vocalist known for his unique moves on the stage and formed The Grease Band in 1966. Also, he passed away at the age of 70, in 2014.

Jimmy Page stated that Led Zeppelin wasn’t the first band he played after he part ways with The Yardbird in the late 1960s. He said that he actually did a few sessions with Joe Cocker’s ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ album.

Jimmy Page’s post reached over 16K likes less than a day, and the fans shared their reactions in the comment section.

Here is what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 1969, Joe Cocker’s album ‘With a Little Help from My Friends’ was released.⁣

Between The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin, I did a few sessions, and ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ by Joe Cocker (from the album of the same name) was one of these.”

Jimmy Page added:

“Chris Stainton, the pianist, played fretless bass for this and he had the outline arrangement, but I put my own guitar part together. I was also on a good percentage of the album. Drummer B.J. Wilson played magnificently.”

A fan named Nico D’Ambrosio said:

“Playing this almost every day lately, such a tune… Great work from all involved 👏🏼”

Another fan named Tim added this comment:

“Bye Bye Blackbird is one of the greatest tunes on this album, brilliant guitar by Jimmy on that as well. Incredible album.”

You can check out the post below.