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Led Zeppelin/Jimmy Page autograph


Gzoso wrote at 2007-10-30 18:06:21
Jimmy Page did change his autograph during the mid to late 70's. If you see examples on you will see the difference between his autograph from the Yardbirds period to his solo careers.

Zac Hewitt wrote at 2008-12-30 23:27:38
Page actually brought Plumpton Place in 1970 and sold it in 1985. I live at the Agricultural College next to it.

backspace wrote at 2010-03-22 17:35:53
To finally set the record straight: Page was indeed present that night. The "fan" to whom you refer was actually a neighbor who lived within walking distance of Plumpton Place and grew up in the village. His name was Philip Hale, he was 26 years old and a graduate of the Royal College of Art. Hale and Page became friends after meeting at the Ronnie Wood gig a few years before. He overdosed on heroin supplied to him by Page (Hale had not done heroin before). He was found dead in one of the guest bedrooms at Plumpton Place the following morning when a member of the household went to wake him with a cup of tea. There was a coroner's inquest which Page was required to attend and answer questions. Page and a distraught Charlotte attended Hale's funeral and moved out of the house shortly afterwards though it took a long time to actually sell it. Ironically, and more famously, a similar tragedy ocurred again the following year at their next house (in Windsor) when Led Zep drummer John Bohnham was found dead following a night of binge drinking.  

Greig wrote at 2010-11-29 15:18:00
More information and examples can be found on the Jimmy Page website:

Corbin wrote at 2014-01-21 02:57:53
Backspace, where did you find out this information? I would very much like to talk to you about this matter.

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