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I just put some solos on it, but it was eight in the morning of the next day before I did that.He took the tapes to Switzerland and someone found out about them.doing so at the age of fifteen – the earliest age permitted at the time – having gained four GCE O levels and on the back of a major row with the school Deputy Head Miss Nicholson about his musical ambitions, about which she was wholly scathing. anyone who could get a gig together, really." and singer Red E. He was spotted one night by John Gibb of Brian Howard & the Silhouettes, who asked him to help record some singles for Columbia Graphophone Company, including "The Worrying Kind".Page had difficulty finding other musicians with whom he could play on a regular basis. Lewis, who'd seen him playing with the Paramounts at the Contemporary club in Epsom and told his manager Chris Tidmarsh to ask Page to join his backing band, the Redcaps, after the departure of guitarist Bobby Oats,[I was] travelling around all the time in a bus. Mike Leander of Decca Records first offered Page regular studio work.I did that for two years after I left school, to the point where I was starting to get really good bread. His first session for the label was the recording "Diamonds" by Jet Harris and Tony Meehan, which went to Number 1 on the singles chart in early 1963.

He also recorded with Richards on guitar and vocals in Olympic Sound Studios on 15 October 1974.Page was educated from the age of eight at Epsom County Pound Lane Primary School, and when he was eleven he went to Ewell County Secondary School in West Ewell.in the Miles Road house: "I don't know whether [the guitar] was left behind by the people [in the house] before [us], or whether it was a friend of the family's—nobody seemed to know why it was there."When I grew up there weren't many other guitarists ...As a session guitarist, he was known as 'Lil' Jim Pea' to prevent confusion with the other noted English session guitarist Big Jim Sullivan.Page was mainly called into sessions as "insurance" in instances when a replacement or second guitarist was required by the recording artist.

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