Jimmy page and the black crowes - hots on for new york


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. [4] Page took legal action and Epic was enjoined from further distributing the album. [4] Over the years, there were several more attempts to release the album. [2] In 2017, Page discovered the concert tapes in his personal archive and remixed the recordings. [5] 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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