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  • *''Five Yardbirds'': "My Girl Sloopy"/"I'm Not Talking"/"I Ain't Done Wrong" - 1965 (Columbi *''Five Live Yardbirds'': Too Much Monkey Business/I Got Love If You Want It/Smokestack Lightnin'
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  • ...he Copenhagen ''Berlingske Tidende'' for Led Zeppelin's (still called 'The Yardbirds') first ever concert, at Gladsaxe Teen Clubs.}} ...d Zeppelin's inaugural concert tour, albeit billed under the moniker [[the Yardbirds]] featuring [[Jimmy Page]], during that period.
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  • '''The Yardbirds''' were a pivotal [[England|English ]]R&B group formed in [[London]] in mi ...est, but the quintet's fortunes flourished with the release of ''Five Live Yardbirds''. Recorded during their tenure at the Marquee club, the set captured an i
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  • ...the Newcastle ''Evening Chronicle'' for Led Zeppelin's (still called 'The Yardbirds') first ever UK concert, at the Mayfair Ballroom.}} ...e band were billed as '[[The Yardbirds]] featuring [[Jimmy Page]]' or 'New Yardbirds', despite the fact that Jimmy Page was now the only surviving link with th
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  • ...page=261|isbn=1-4234-0407-1}}</ref> The live recordings feature from [[the Yardbirds]]-era. The album itself claims to be 'Issued Under license from Jimmy Page # [[The Yardbirds]] - 'Little Games' [BBC recording, 18 April 1967] - 2:30
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  • *Clayson, Alan (2002) ''The Yardbirds: The Band That Launched Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page''. San Francis
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  • * 2007: The Yardbirds (''Reunion Jam: Greatest Hits Live'') * 2008: The Yardbirds Experience (''British Thunder'')
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  • |artist = [[The Yardbirds]] '''''Ultimate!''''' is a 2001 compilation album by [[the Yardbirds]]. The final three tracks on the second disc are [[Keith Relf]] solo songs
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  • ==The New Yardbirds== ...rst saw Plant.<ref>{{cite book|last=Clayson|first=Alan|year=2002|title=The Yardbirds: The Band That Launched Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page|edition=1st|lo
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  • ...n 16 May 1966.<ref>{{cite book|last=Clayson|first=Alan|year=2002|title=The Yardbirds: The Band That Launched Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page|edition=1st|lo ...that for ever!' So we stopped it dead in the middle of the song - like the Yardbirds would do on 'For Your Love' - then we stuck that riff into the middle.<ref
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  • |artist = [[The Yardbirds]] ...Successful singles producer [[Mickie Most]] was called in to assist [[the Yardbirds]] but expectations of this release turning the commercial fortunes of the
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  • # [[The New Yardbirds]] - '[[The Train Kept a-Rollin']]' [Live, October 1968] - 3:24 # The New Yardbirds - '[[You Shook Me]]' (Willie Dixon, JB Lenoir) [Live, October 1968] - 5:14
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  • ...l labelled 'Yardbirds. 10 October 1968' (Led Zeppelin were called the 'New Yardbirds' during their first months of existence). The master tape went missing for
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  • * [[The Yardbirds]], “For Your Love” (1965)
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  • .../ref> The live recording of 'White Summer', although credited to [[the New Yardbirds]], was allegedly recorded on 18 October 1968 at the Marquee (although it m # '[[The New Yardbirds]]' - '[[White Summer]]' [Live at the Marquee, 18 October 1968] - 8:11
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  • ...Led Zeppelin on the reputation of [[Jimmy Page]] and his former band [[the Yardbirds]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Welch|first=Chris|year=2002|title=Peter Grant: The ...subsequent tours as their popularity skyrocketed. Grant recalled that 'The Yardbirds had been getting US$2500 a night but people like [[Bill Graham (promoter)|
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  • ...English]] [[music manager]]. Grant managed the popular English bands [[the Yardbirds]], [[Led Zeppelin]] and [[Bad Company]], amongst others, and was also a [[ ...er with Led Zeppelin. As he explained: {{Quote|When I started managing the Yardbirds, they weren't getting the hit singles, but were on the college circuit and
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  • ...ayer to link up with Page was Jones. Jones had previously sessioned on the Yardbirds ''[[Little Games]]'' album.
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  • ...r Led Zeppelin alumnus [[Jimmy Page]], Jeff Beck (a former [[The Yardbirds|Yardbirds]] member like Page), producer Nile Rodgers, keyboardist Paul Shaffer, with
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  • ...Warren Haynes (23rd), Dickey Betts (58th), and Derek Trucks (81st). [[The Yardbirds]] had three: Eric Clapton (4th), [[Jimmy Page]] (9th), and Jeff Beck (14th
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  • **[[The Yardbirds]], Anderson Theater, 1968 #*The Yardbirds single 1968
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  • ...dio session guitarist in [[London]] and was subsequently a member of [[the Yardbirds]] from 1966 to 1968, when he founded the English rock band [[Led Zeppelin] ...ame and Museum | date = 1992 | url = http://www.rockhall.com/inductees/the-yardbirds | accessdate = 14 July 2013}}</ref> and as a member of [[Led Zeppelin]] (1
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  • ...n Tour 1968|toured Scandinavia]] as the New Yardbirds, performing some old Yardbirds material as well as new songs such as '[[Communication Breakdown]]', '[[I The album's back cover features a photograph of the band taken by former-Yardbird [[Chris Dreja]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Lewis|first=Dave|year=2012|title=Led
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  • *12 February – Jimmy Page turns down an offer to join [[the Yardbirds]] from manager Georgio Gomelsky, after Eric Clapton quits that band. Page *18 June - Jimmy Page joins the Yardbirds temporarily on bass, soon switching to dual lead guitar with Jeff Beck. Pa
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  • ...er, especially in the [[United States]], from his previous work with [[the Yardbirds]] although he was eventually sacked before the Knebworth Festival in 1979 |''Yardbirds Fame''
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  • *Clayson, Alan (2002) ''The Yardbirds: The Band That Launched Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page''. San Francis
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  • | 'For Your Love' by the Yardbirds | The Kinks, the Yardbirds, and Goldie and the Gingerbreads
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  • ...e seventies. They first formed in 1968 from the remaining members of [[The Yardbirds]], and consisted of [[Jimmy Page]] (b. 1944, [[guitar]]), [[Robert Plant]] ...ul Jones (who was also a session musician) did string arrangements for The Yardbirds' album ''[[Little Games]]''. In April of 1968, Page played on Donovan's ''
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  • ...e seventies. They first formed in 1968 from the remaining members of [[the Yardbirds]], and consisted of [[Jimmy Page]] (b. 1944, [[guitar]]), [[Robert Plant]] ...ul Jones (who was also a session musician) did string arrangements for the Yardbirds' album ''[[Little Games]]''. In April of 1968, Page played on Donovan's ''
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  • ...rforming 1950s standards. Included in the band were former [[The Yardbirds|Yardbirds]] [[guitar]]ists [[Jeff Beck]] and [[Jimmy Page]]—the latter was Plant's
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  • ...ound of the [[British Invasion]] with bands like [[the Beatles]] and [[the Yardbirds]], but also American acts like [[Paul Revere and the Raiders]] and [[the M
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  • ...s was a technique Page had himself used as far back as his work with [[the Yardbirds]], and faced serious scepticism from [[audio engineer]]s when he tried it
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  • ...tyle ballads, the album is notable more for its association with [[the New Yardbirds]], his studio band, who would soon become Led Zeppelin.<ref>{{cite book|la
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  • ...1967 single '[[Ten Little Indians (song)|Ten Little Indians]]' with [[the Yardbirds]].<ref>{{cite journal|last=Tolinski|first=Brad|coauthors=Greg Di Bendetto|
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  • ...use there have been blues guitar solos since Eric (Clapton) on ''Five Live Yardbirds'' and everyone's done a good one. I was really a bit frightened of it. I t
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