Led Zeppelin icon Jimmy Page shared a recent Instagram photo on his verified account in London, United Kingdom and revealed a 50-years-old letter to his followers.

He also penned a short letter about the post. Here is what Jimmy said:

#OnThisDay in 1969, @ledzeppelin appeared on BBC Radio’s Top Gear.
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This was probably the first Led Zeppelin version of Dazed & Confused recorded for BBC radio, and certainly the first audition panel for Led Zeppelin. The setlist is:
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I Can’t Quit You Baby
Communication Breakdown
Dazed & Confused
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The trial broadcast was sent to the production panel, here it is.”

You can see the photo below:

Yesterday, Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant wrote a recent tweet on his verified Twitter account and revealed the special limited edition vinyl release of Fate of Nations. The album is available globally today.

Here is what Plant wrote:

“A special limited edition vinyl release of RP’s album ‘Fate Of Nations’ will be available globally tomorrow as part of this year’s

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