Led zeppelin 1975 u.s. tour

When the Yardbirds fell apart in the summer of 1968, Page was left with rights to the group's name and a string of concert obligations. He enlisted John Paul Jones, who had done session work with the Rolling Stones, Herman's Hermits, Lulu, Dusty Springfield, and Shirley Bassey. Page and Jones had first met, jammed together, and discussed forming a group when both were hired to back Donovan on his Hurdy Gurdy Man LP.

Here’s a mind trip: Imagine if Page went on to form a rock supergroup with David Bowie instead of Robert Plant. You never know, after all, the two had a history. Back when Bowie was still going by the name Davy Jones, Page guested on a session from his band The Manish Boys on Jan. 15, 1965. "I Pity the Fool," a straight-ahead cover of the original by Bobby Bland, failed to chart; the band disintegrated, with Bowie going on to find massive success on his own. But Page's screeching guitar solo serves as a reminder that history could’ve gone differently.

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