Swan Song Records is the now defunct record label launched by Led Zeppelin on May 10, 1974. Here is the Swan Song Inc. logo directly from their letterhead. The Swan Song company logo was based on this 1869 painting by painter William Rimmer called “Evening” or “The Fall of Day”, featuring a picture of the Greek god Apollo.
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In 2006, this commercial below was made for BBC Radio 2 showing Elvis Presley on stage introducing his backing band. Elvis then introduces, Marvin Gaye (singer), Jimmy Page (lead guitar), Noel Gallagher (rhythm guitar), Keith Moon (drums), Sheryl Crow (bass) and Stevie Wonder (piano).
We recently did a this story…What Guitar Pick Does Jimmy Page Use? Which prompted a feelnumb.com reader to write us this e-mail. “Your site is incredible! I can’t believe anyone else in the universe is interested in Jimmy Pages guitar pick. I was wondering if you would ever do an article on what pick Kurt Cobain used.
We did this story about Robert Plants Feminine Photo’s & Famous Bulge…Well we recently came across this classic photo of Plant exposing himself with his pants pulled down during a Led Zeppelin photo shoot.
Question – What guitar pick does Jimmy Page use?
Answer – Jimmy uses the Herco Flex 75 Nylon Pick
A. When not only did they sign off on these covers of their classic songs but they also performed and appeared in the music videos. A bad cover of a classic song is a terrible thing but a bad cover of a classic song with members of the original band involved is downright blasphemous. The candidates are…
Led Zeppelin played the Knebworth Festival on August 4th and 11th 1979 at Knebworth House in Hertordshire, England in front of an estimated 200,000 fans. For these concerts Led Zeppelin made this special limited edition t-shirt that also served as a backstage pass.
Looks like the key ingredient If you want to party like a rockstar is a bottle of Jack Daniels Whiskey. Check out some key examples…
This Olympic White Fender Stratocaster was used by Jimmy Page to record rhythm tracks on the Led Zeppelin songs “Thank You” and “Ten Years Gone” in June 1969 at Morgan Studios, in Willesden, North London, England. At some point after the session, Page loaned the Strat to John Paul Jones. In September 2007, Jones finally returned the “long-tern loan” Strat back to Page during rehearsals for their reunion show in California around September of 2007 more than 30 years after he borrowed it. Page took these photos with the guitar a few days later..
The album cover for Led Zeppelin II was from a poster by David Juniper, who was simply told by the band to come up with an idea that was “interesting.” His design was based on this photograph of a Division of the German Air Force during World War I. Dubbed “The Flying Circus” and led by Manfred von Richthfen “The Red Barron.”