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No Introduction Necessary
Page, Lee
No Introduction Necessary
Genres: Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
 
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1992 release featuring Led Zeppelin members Jimmy Page & John Paul Jones jammin' with blues great Albert Lee, as well as Nicky Hopkins, Big Jim Sullivan, Clem Cattini and Chris Hughes. 44 minutes long, it contains 14 track...  more »

      
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All Artists: Page, Lee
Title: No Introduction Necessary
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Magnum America
Release Date: 1/16/2007
Genres: Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Styles: Blues Rock, Rock Guitarists, British Invasion, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 751848310720

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Album Description
1992 release featuring Led Zeppelin members Jimmy Page & John Paul Jones jammin' with blues great Albert Lee, as well as Nicky Hopkins, Big Jim Sullivan, Clem Cattini and Chris Hughes. 44 minutes long, it contains 14 tracks, including renditions of blues classics like 'Lovin' Up A Storm', 'Think It Over' and 'Burn Up', along with covers of Roy Orbison's 'Down The Line' and Carl Perkins' 'Dixie Fried'.

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CD Reviews

A Fitting Title
R.W. JOnte, Jr | Greeleyville, SC United States | 07/26/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"To begin, if you own "The Masters" or "Lovin' Up a Storm," then you own this album, but under a different name. The idea behind this, was to promote the unknown Albert Lee (singer) by advertising Page and Jones, who were the studio musicians. Mainly, unless you are into late 50's or rockabilly, this is not for you. If you are, however; jump in head first. Dixie-Fried has a "let's all get wasted," but humorous context. My personal favorite is One Long Kiss, because of its smooth and low groove. This CD earned three stars because the guitars and drums are okay and Lee is actually an accomplished singer, but it gets no more, because this is not the Page and JPJ that everyone loves."
Albert Lee Does Not Sing on This
W. T Hale | Woodland Park, Co | 06/02/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)

"It's about a 50/50 split between songs featuring Page and songs featuring Lee. It is in the rockabilly vein. So, if you are expecting Zeppelin, you aren't gonna get it. Fun album though. The singer was not credited on my old vinyl copy. Sounds like Bobby Gregg to me."