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Rockestra Theme.,,,,.Paul MacCartney with Bonzo & Jonsey amongst others.

Also "So Glad To See You Here" from Back To the Egg. The vids I've seen of this session have JPJ listed on bass, but I'm pretty sure he's on keyboards. Bonzo looks likes he into it.( David Gilmour looks bored as shit.)
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The album is "Back To The Egg" by Wings. It was released in 1979. Bonzo and Jonesy play on two tracks

Rockestra Theme

So Glad to See You Here

Thanks I always get that album miixed up with "Venus & Mars" , maybe because of "Rock Show"!

Give My Regards to Broad Street,, that had Jonsey playing bass on "Ballroom Dancing" ?

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Led Zeppelin is the backing band on this album from P.J. Proby (1969).

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Produced by John Paul Jones

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John Paul Jones produced and played on this album.

JPJ also produced an album for the Datsuns, if memory serves. No idea if he played on it.

I saw the Datsuns open for that fucked up trainwreck Velvet Revolver. ( Don't mean to offend any VR fans, hell, I paid to see 'em twice)

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Robert Plant

Goin Home - A Tribute to Fats Domino

Valley of Tears (featured The Soweto Gospel Choir)

Vanguard Records

Released 2007

Robert recorded this at The Music Shed on Euterpe right off of Tchoupitoulas. There is a huge framed picture in one of the session rooms with Robert and some NOLA Gospel singers and people from the Tipitina's Foundation. I wil be going there this week, and if I remember-will take a snap shot of it and try and post. It's a cool pic!

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'Comin Atcha' LP not 1975, but (p) 1973

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just add a couple of Jones' works:

JPJ produced and played a bit (mandoline) on the Butthole Surfers, "Independent Worm Saloon", '93 album

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Jacques Ploquin

a: "L'amour N'attend Plus Que Toi"

b: "La Campagne"

as stated "Orchestra diriga par John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin)"

I think Jones wrote orchestration

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Peter Green, "The End Of The Game", '70

Jones played piano /or organ?, his name not in a credits

(as on the album also keyboardists Zoot Money and Nick Buck, have no idea where Jones playing)

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And around that time both John Paul Jones and Peter Green

on Memphis Slim, "Blue Memphis", '70 album

John Paul Jones (Hammond B-3 organ); Peter Green (guitar);

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He produced every song and also played bass, keyboards, guitar, and drums. Yes, drums. Here he is doing all of the above (and also adding backing vocals):

According to Dave Grohl and JHomme he's a pretty good guitarist.

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Looking through my Led Zeppelin members playlist:

Jimmy Page appears on the second album from Box Of Frogs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Box_of_Frogs), although I'm unsure exactly which tracks.

Coverdale and Page, of course.

The Honeydrippers: Volume One includes both Robert Plant and Jimmy Page.

The Maureeny Wishfull Album by John Williams features Jimmy Page, including his sitar playing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTeUGdLAXrY

Jimmy appears on several tracks on Kinks by the Kinks.

Jimmy appears on Suicide Sal by Maggie Bell.

Jimmy Page also plays on Little Games by The Yardbirds.

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The Soweto Gospel Choir - Divine Decade: Celebrating 10 Years Audio CD (January 28, 2014)

Performance highlights of the Soweto Gospel Choir across their 10 year history, featuring 19 powerful tracks. Amongst the featured tracks include a message from Archbishop Demond Tutu, the choirs popular hits such as Sedilaka, covers of Sarah McLachlans Angel, and The Jackson 5's I'll Be There, and the Fish Out of Water remix of their collaboration track with U2 Put On Your Boots.

Track Listing:

1. Archbishop Tutu Address
2. Baba Yethu
3. Sedilaka feat. The Soil
4. Emlanjeni (Yelele)
5. Many Rivers To Cross (Swing Down)
6. Mighty God feat. Joepraize
7. Loliwe feat. Bulelwa Mkutukana
8. Where Could I Go But To The Lord feat. Elvis Blue
9. Amazing Man feat. Yyonne Chaka, Ladysmith Black Mambazo
10. Wa Hambe Nate feat. Solly Mahlangu
11. Arms Of An Angel
12. I Will Be There feat. Corlea
13. Valley Of Tears feat. Robert Plant
14. Libala Kuye
15. Rain On You feat. Eric Wainaina
16. Asilazi
17. Washed In The River feat. Paul Ruske
18. Higher feat. HHp
19. Get On Your Boots (Fish Out Of Water Remix) feat. U2

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Looking through my Led Zeppelin members playlist:

Jimmy Page appears on the second album from Box Of Frogs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Box_of_Frogs), although I'm unsure exactly which tracks.

Coverdale and Page, of course.

The Honeydrippers: Volume One includes both Robert Plant and Jimmy Page.

The Maureeny Wishfull Album by John Williams features Jimmy Page, including his sitar playing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTeUGdLAXrY

Jimmy appears on several tracks on Kinks by the Kinks.

Jimmy appears on Suicide Sal by Maggie Bell.

Jimmy Page also plays on Little Games by The Yardbirds.

Page plays on one track called Asylum.

Was it mentioned that all four members played on PJ Probys 3 Week Hero album? Plant was on harmonica.

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Didn't Jimmy do a soundtrack to that Kenneth Anger film?

Yeah I've got that one on a boot. The movie was Lucifers Rising and thats the song title. 22 minutes long. This boot I have has the Page track on one side and the other is all Plants early stuff that appears on 66 to Timbuktu. It's a picture disc, the pic is of the guys sitting in and around that chair and Jonesy looks like he's grabbing Plants butt. I always thought that was a strange photo.

Anyone hear about the James Patrick Page Session Man boot? I bought it back in 1979 and it says it's from the Led Zeppelin Fan Club of Manchester England and is on Slipped Disc Records. I saw the cover art on a recent album that was something like Page versus Buddy Guy or could have been someone else? Anyway this boot has 30 tracks from Pages session years along with She Just Satisfies and Keep Movin' which is from the Page 45 on Fontana records.

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