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Jimmy Page:
12 Unsung Classics

A dozen unsung classic tracks that show there's much more to Jimmy Page than Stairway To Heaven. Much, much more.

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How Many More Times 

There are more famous songs on the first Led Zeppelin album, but are none more powerful than its final track, on which Page lays down the law with a pulverising riff and electrifying improvised solos. For one famous Zep connoisseur, Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson, How Many More Times is the mother of all Zeppelin songs.

Travelling Riverside Blues

Written and recorded in the 1930s by Robert Johnson, the Mississippi bluesman whose death at 27 gave rise to a myth of a Faustian pact with the devil, Travelling Riverside Blues was imaginatively reinterpreted by Zeppelin in 1969. With Page dazzling on 12-string guitar, this is the funkiest song Zeppelin ever recorded.

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