Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page made another ‘On This Day’ session via his official Instagram account and remembered the day when Robert Plant wore a skirt during their show.

As you might recall, Page and Plant reunited in the ’90s and made a world tour with their acoustic show. They also released two live acoustic albums and visited countries like England, Italy, Morocco, and many more.

In the caption, Jimmy stated that they were playing outside the Marrakech and worked with Gnawa musicians and Berber tribeswomen. As you can see in the picture below, Robert was wearing a traditional skirt under the white long fit T-shirt and singing a song during the show.

Here is what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 1994, I played with Robert Plant in Marrakech, Morocco.
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Part of the early stages of the Unledded project involved some field recording in Morocco, echoing the musical footsteps of Alan Lomax. ⁣⁣
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Just outside Marrakech, in a 13th Century courtyard, we filmed with the Gnawa musicians and the Berber tribeswomen. The sedate Gnawa were uncomfortable around the Berber tribeswomen’s fierce music – it felt like the women could have eaten the Gnawa alive.

It was a bit like mixing oil and water in a musical sense: definitely something that all of us would be unlikely to experience again.⁣”

You can check out the post below.