Jimmy Page photographed by David Stratford, 1975.

Sep 18   531 notes   # 1975 


James Page II with his son James Page III on his second birthday, with Patricia Ecker


Jimmy Page, 1994

20 years ago today (August 25-26): No Quarter / Unledded, Page and Plant

Jimmy Page, September 24, 1974.

Aug 20   547 notes   # perfect!  1974 

Photographer Herb Greene had barely heard of Led Zeppelin when they came into his San Francisco studio in the first weeks of 1969 for a photo shoot. The group’s debut album hit shelves that same month and they were in the midst of their inaugural American tour, opening up for Country Joe and the Fish during a four night stand at the Fillmore West. “I knew about the Yardbirds,” he says. “I knew nothing about this new band with Jimmy Page. But they booked a session because they wanted some 8-by-10 glossies, as they used to say in the trade.” Greene estimates he spent less than an hour with the band, but during that time he snapped off an incredible series of photos of Zeppelin

Greene shot Zeppelin at a dilapidated, three-story building on the west side of San Francisco that used to house a theater. “I didn’t give them much direction,” he says. “These guys were on the road and really didn’t want to be there. I had 40 minutes, so I took individual portraits and a group shot.. In those days, it was easier to just plop a tripod down and start shooting a band.”


Jimmy being an adorable dork at ARMS

Aug 15   361 notes   # 1983  ARMS 

Jimmy Page, 1970

Aug 12   2,239 notes   # 1970 


Jimmy Page (Tempe, 1977)

Aug 06   78 notes   # 1977 


Miss Pamela photographed by Robert Matheu.


Jimmy Page (Madison Square Garden, New York, 1973)

Jul 27   207 notes   # 1973 

"Led Zeppelin is a stag party that never ends… There is no last tour. We’re here and we’ll always come back. It would be a criminal act to break up this band."

— Jimmy Page, 1977 (via maybe-im-a-leo)
Jul 25   969 notes   # 1977  quote 
Jul 23   215 notes   # 1977 

Led Zeppelin, Continental Hyatt House, Los Angeles, ca. February 1973

I found an ugly orange armchair in one of the rooms and asked Grant to help me round up the lads. My idea was a vertical grouping of the band.

Plant and Page arrived and mulled participation. Jones was in another mood and Grant physically put him in place for me. Page and Plant began laughing and plopped down on either arm of the chair. Seeming to sense that he was being left out, Bonham wandered in, smoking a cigarette, and threw his arms around them." - James Fortune, the photographer

Jul 22   319 notes   # 1976 


Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, 1998.