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Jimmy Page talks about the guitar he used for "Whole Lotta Love" in this interview with the Wall Street Journal , saying, "To get my guitar to sound surreal, I detuned it and pulled on the strings for a far-out effect. I was playing a Sunburst 1958 Les Paul Standard guitar I had bought from [James Gang guitarist] Joe Walsh in San Francisco when we were out there on tour. The Standard had this tonal versatility, allowing me to get a blistering high pitch."
The group was dissatisfied with the recordings and objected to a release of the recordings, but after Page became famous with Led Zeppelin , Epic Records issued the album in September 1971.  Page took legal action and Epic was enjoined from further distributing the album.  Over the years, there were several more attempts to release the album.  In 2017, Page discovered the concert tapes in his personal archive and remixed the recordings.  An album with the Anderson concert and demo recordings from the same time, were released in November 2017 on Yardbirds '68 .
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