JIMMY PAGE ON THIS DAY (Archive) in Led Zeppelin Master Forum Posted February 13, 2012 Oh thank you for sharing, MSG! I think that was so lovely to learn. Delightful! Jimmy is so sweet and gracious about tonight's. I remember being so hurt for him, but I am so happy he was credited. My pleasure, AEN! I agree that Jimmy was very gracious (then again, when hasn't he been? ). ...Indeed MSG - how fortunate we all are after all of the decades we all still part of each other's lives...God Bless James Patrick Page - his beauty and charm still makes this world more beautiful... ..Thanks for sharing your legacy with Led Zeppelin...it is true we move on, we all had to at various stages....and I picked up Zep where you left off late '74-early '75 I remember going to stores with my friends and looking at Jimmy/Robert's photos (barely able to read English, but I was beginning to understand how the Entertainment Rock Groups work in this part of the world (I never thought people could sing their own songs, limiiting only to films in Indian Cinema, so it took a while for me to understand just what Led Zeppelin was, a group of people who could actually sing their own songs) (as you already know from your travels, a song in Indian FIlm Industry goes through several transitions to final composition... ...'77 remains my most cherrished year... 1st year of High School, Zeppelin so Popular, unbelievable......and Bonham's passing (which I still remember hearing the news, and realizing in my heart to be very sad and frightening, and made me wonder about myself, the young people and my complicated cultural surroundings - after this in the early eighties, it was time to move on to New CIty and College... ...and MSG, Do I ever remember the strong dangerous fumes of DDT Spraying in our neighbourhoods in early 70's in India...who would think it was dangerous...it was just accepted order from Government, no protests...LOL!!! You're welcome, PlanetPage...and thank you for sharing your background as far as discovering LZ, struggling to read the fan magazines in English, and trying to understand how culture (music and otherwise) worked in this part of the world...it was very moving for me to read this as I remember how so many young Indians have worked to keep the old and new countries/traditions/cultures as part of their world...the complicated transition is never an easy one.