Jimmy Page: I was at art college. I didn’t stop playing. I didn’t stop playing the electric guitar, and there was a club in London called The Marquee Club. It was a very famous club, and it was an R&B club, rhythm and blues, and I used to go along every Thursday night regularly to see the various artists who were there. And I met somebody who had been in previous band, and he was a piano player and singer, and he said, “We could play the interval band here, if you want,” and I said, “Fine.” I mean, I’d never met him to this point, and I said, “Okay, let’s do that.” So every Thursday night I was playing in the interval band, and basically what happens at that point is that somebody asked me to play on a record, and I play on this record, ‘cause I had a pretty distinctive guitar style. You could hear that it was a different guitar player within this recording, and I started to get lots of offers, but I’m still at art school college, but I’m getting lots of offers, and I’m fulfilling in the evenings doing these sessions and still completing my studies pretty much like I was a few years earlier where I was doing my academic subjects. But then we had a recess. It might have been the sort of Easter break or whatever, and I just had so many sessions coming my way. I was doing sessions in the morning from 10:00 to 1:00, 2:00 to 5:00, and 7:00 to 10:00 in multiple locations in London, like EMI, Decca, Pye, Phillips, and when it was time to go back to art college, I thought, “I can’t really do this. I’m not being honest, and somebody else could use my place there, and I’m having so much fun doing these recording sessions.”