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  • #REDIRECT [[The Yardbirds]]
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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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  • This is a bibliography of major works on [[the Yardbirds]].
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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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  • This is a list of external links on [[the Yardbirds]]. Retrieved on 2009-04-20.
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  • #REDIRECT [[The Yardbirds]]
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  • This is a bibliography of major works on [[the Yardbirds]].
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  • A 1967 studio album recorded by [[the Yardbirds]], and produced by [[Mickie Most]].
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  • This is a list of external links on [[the Yardbirds]]. Retrieved on 2009-04-20.
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  • A two-disc compilation album by the [[England|English]] blues rock band [[the Yardbirds]], released in 2001 on [[Rhino Records]], catalogue R2-79825.
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  • {{rpl|BBC Sessions (The Yardbirds album)}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • *[http://www.classic-rock-concerts.com/tours/1 Classic Rock Concerts: The New Yardbirds' Scandinavian Tour]
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • *''Music Hall de France'' (2 July 1966) with [[the Yardbirds]] *''Ready, Steady, Go!'' (22 July 1966) - Season 3, Episode 47, with the Yardbirds
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • *''The Yardbirds (DVD)'' (1992)
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • **[[The Yardbirds]], Anderson Theater, 1968 #*The Yardbirds single 1968
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  • *[[The Yardbirds]] {{rpl|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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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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  • ...n]] was a former musician in [[John Mayall]]'s [[Bluesbreakers]] and [[the Yardbirds]]; the jazz-trained bass player [[Jack Bruce]] had displayed his skills wi ...ritish Blues Invasion]], acts such as [[the Move]], [[Pink Floyd]] and the Yardbirds coined a musical and colourful alternative to R&B, which was dubbed psyche
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  • ...college tours in the late-1960s. Grant had at the time been manager of the Yardbirds.<ref>{{cite book|last=Welch|first=Chris|date=2002|chapter=The Song Remains
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  • ...ogression Page had toyed with during his earlier mid-1960s [[The Yardbirds|Yardbirds]] stint. ''Melody Maker'' journalist Chris Welch referred to 'Tangerine' a
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  • {{r|The Yardbirds}}
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  • ...veral months, Bonham and Plant lost contact but when [[Jimmy Page]] ([[The Yardbirds]]) was starting to form a new band that would be Led Zeppelin he linked up
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  • ...th the words. ... They weren't Led Zeppelin at the time, they were the New Yardbirds and they were going to be my band.<ref>{{cite book|title=Led Zep were my b
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  • ...There were major bootleg markets in Japan and Europe for bands like [[the Yardbirds]], [[Led Zeppelin]], and [[the Rolling Stones]].
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  • ...cian)|John Paul Jones]]. Page was previously honoured as a member of [[the Yardbirds]] in 1992. The duo of [[Jimmy Page and Robert Plant]] who appeared at the
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  • ...t the song 'was made up of little pieces I developed when I was with [[the Yardbirds]], as were other numbers such as 'Dazed and Confused'. It was played live
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  • ...- but I did tour. I was playing music on that tour going right back to the Yardbirds. [[Jason Bonham|Jason [Bonham]]] was the drummer on that tour.<ref>'I firs
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  • | The Rolling Stones, and the Yardbirds
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  • ...zy, [[Led Zeppelin]], [[Pink Floyd]], [[Iron Maiden]], Metallica and [[the Yardbirds]], it also includes articles and reviews of contemporary and upcoming arti
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  • | Chris Barber and Ottilie Patterson, Peter & Gordon, and the Yardbirds
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  • ...ording he appeared on called 'Think About It', which was a B-side on [[the Yardbirds]] final studio output. Page would later use his bowing technique on a numb
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  • ...s first UK gig at the Marquee club when they were still gigging as the New Yardbirds. Collins had to learn the drum parts quickly. His drum kit was set up in t
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  • ...pages=174|isbn=1-4234-0407-1}}</ref>, underpinning a riff similar to [[the Yardbirds]]-era standard 'The Train Kept a-Rollinˈ'. In retort to the Beastie Boys'
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  • Initially filling out the remaining dates previously booked for [[the Yardbirds]], Led Zeppelin went on to make countless [[concert tour]]s of the [[Unite
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  • ...vations including 'backwards reverb' a technique Page pioneered with [[the Yardbirds]] and in Mickie Most sessions, where the tape is flipped over, and reverb
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  • ...st [[Jimmy Page]]. This list excludes works within [[Led Zeppelin]], [[the Yardbirds]], [[The Firm (band)|the Firm]], Coverdale/Page, Page and Plant, and the B
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  • ...Ireland|Meg]], fresh from her recent ''Draft of the week'' triumph, [[New Yardbirds|made music]] over in the corner.
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