Jimmy Page: Session Man, Volume Two

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Jimmy Page: Session Man, Volume Two
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Type Studio compilation
Artist Jimmy Page
Release Date July 1990
Recorded 1963 - 1968.
Genre Pop, rock, blues rock
Language English
Length 54 min 21 sec
Label Bomp! Records
Catalogue AIPCD 1053
Producer various
Engineer various

Jimmy Page: Session Man, Volume Two is the second release of a two volume unauthorised compilation album set, by English guitarist Jimmy Page, released in July 1990.

These sessions, most of which were documented in the studio, were recorded between 1963 and 1968, before Page founded Led Zeppelin.[1] The live recording of 'White Summer', although credited to the New Yardbirds, was allegedly recorded on 18 October 1968 at the Marquee (although it may have been later). Also included is a track from Page's first rock band, Neil Christian's Crusaders ('Honey Hush/I Like It'), as well as tracks for early rock 'n' roller Billy Fury and 1960's pop star Brenda Lee. The album itself claims to be 'Issued under license from Jimmy Page International Fan club', although no such official fan club actually exists.[2] It was released in both compact disc and vinyl format in 1990 by Bomp Records subsidiary Archive International Productions. This release was preceded by Jimmy Page: Session Man, Volume One, in 1989.

Album information

Track listing:

  • Disc One:
  1. The Sneekers - 'Bald Headed Woman' [October 1964] - 2:32
  2. Wayne Gibson and the Dynamic Sounds - 'See You Later Alligator' (Robert Guidry) [August 1964] - 2:23
  3. The Zephyrs - 'I Can Tell' [August 1963] - 2:45
  4. The Talismen - 'Castin' My Spell' [April 1965] - 1:43
  5. Mickie Most - 'The Feminine Look' [May 1963] - 2:29
  6. The Untamed - 'I'll Go Crazy' (James Brown) [May 1964] - 2:13
  7. The Redcaps - 'Talkin' Bout You' [November 1963] - 2:23
  8. Neil Christian and the Crusaders - 'Honey Hush' [May 1964] - 2:12
  9. Neil Christian and the Crusaders - 'I Like It' [April 1966] - 2:14
  10. Mickey Finn - 'This Sporting Life' [March 1963] - 2:33
  11. The Blue Rondos - 'Baby I Go For You' (Joe Meek) [November 1964] - 2:10
  12. Lulu and the Luvvers - 'I'll Come Running' (Bert Berns) [November 1964] - 3:01
  13. Brenda Lee - 'Is It True?' (Mickie Most, John Carter) [October 1964] - 2:20
  14. The Pickwicks - 'I Took My Baby Home' [January 1965] - 1:52
  15. The Lancastrians - 'The World Keeps Going Round' [January 1966] - 2:26
  16. The Talismen - 'Masters of War' [April 1965] - 2:24
  17. The Primitives - 'You Said' (TJ Tindell) [January 1965] - 2:19
  18. Scotty McKay Quintet - 'Train Kept-a-Rollin [1968] - 2:23
  19. Sean Buckley and the Breadcrumbs - 'Everybody Knows' [May 1965] - 2:11
  20. Billy Fury - 'Nothin' Shakin (But the Leaves on the Tree)' (Eddie Fontaine, Diane Lampert, Cirino Colacrai, Johnny Gluck) [April 1964] - 2:15
  21. 'The New Yardbirds' - 'White Summer' [Live at the Marquee, 18 October 1968] - 8:11

Credits

Personnel
  • Musicians:
    • Jimmy Page – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, backing vocals

Notes

  1. Case, George (2007). Jimmy Page: Magus, Musician, Man - An Unauthorized Biography, 1st. New York: Hal Leonard. ISBN 1-4234-0407-1. 
  2. Zoso 1989