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  1. 13 de mar. de 2022 · As it is, The Yardbirds are an inextricable part of the story of Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck, three British guitarists unique in their generation. For many observers, The Yardbirds were midwives at the birth of popular garage rock and hard rock, while progressive rock and acid rock all owe their existence to the Yardbirds.

  2. 4 de dic. de 2019 · The Yardbirds – famous for proto-psych hits like For Your Love, Shapes Of Things and Over, Upwards, Sideways, Down – had also been home to the three best guitarists in England: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and, now, Jimmy Page. Had appeared in seminal art-house flicks like Antonio’s Blow-Up.

  3. The Yardbirds are an English rock band, formed in London in 1963. The band started the careers of three of rock's most famous guitarists: Eric Clapton (1963–1965), Jeff Beck (1965–1966) and Jimmy Page (1966–1968), all of whom ranked in the top five of Rolling Stone magazine's list of 100 greatest guitarists. [5]

  4. 29 de abr. de 2021 · Features. Classic Rock. The Holy Trinity: How Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page ruled the 60s. By Classic Rock Magazine. ( Classic Rock ) published 29 April 2021. A bluffer's guide to what you need to know about Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page and how they got started.

  5. 31 de jul. de 2023 · These days, the Yardbirds are perhaps not as well known as Led Zeppelin, but in their time, they were the ultimate guitar band. How could they be otherwise, with Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page passing through their ranks between 1963 and ’68?

  6. Most songs on this album were written by Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck or Jimmy Page, [2] and of the three guitarists, only Jimmy Page appears on every track, though not always in a lead role. Clapton was not present for the tracks featuring Jeff Beck, which were recorded with members of Cyril Davies ' band the Allstars.

  7. 15 de may. de 2014 · There, Yardbirds guitarists Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page, The Who’s drummer Keith Moon, renowned session bassist John Paul Jones and keyboard player Nicky Hopkins recorded a sole track, Becks Bolero, that would precipitate Becks departure from The Yardbirds – and sow the seeds for Led Zeppelin.