Few long time Led Zeppelin fans know of a rather obscure and old recording of an edition of ‘All Your Own’ English show which features young guitar virtuoso James ‘Jimmy’ Patrick Page (then only aged 13) playing skiffle with his school band from Epsom County Pound Lane Primary School.
Down below you can clearly see the great talent and technical command Jimmy Page had from a very young age on the acoustic six string caught on record for the English television. That being said, enjoy the following great brief edition of ‘All Your Own’ from 6 April 1957 which features both Page’s recorded guitar performance alongside his former school band as well as a very interesting interview in which he states that he would like to pursue biological research with a very high goal in mind, more specifically to discover a cure for cancer. Enjoy!
Down below is a retrospective analysis of Page himself from the rockumentary ‘It Might Get Loud’ from 2009 on his teenage performance from 1957:
His 1960s session musician years are well documented and praised by his fellow collaborators and have never been forgotten prior to teaming up more seriously in a rock supergroup such as The Yardbirds with Jeff Beck and Keith Relf back in 1966. From there on it’s legendary history!