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JIMMY PAGE MODELS FOR JOHN VARVATOS MENSWEAR CAMPAIGN/ JOHN PAUL JONES SOUNDBEAM 2013 JUDGE/ MICHAEL WINNER 1935 – 2013/STEPHEN STILLS BOX SET DUE WITH PAGE TRACK

23 January 2013 8,293 views 5 Comments

Jimmy models for John Varvatos menswear campaign:

Jimmy Page has taken on the role of fashion male model to front US menswear designer John Varvatos spring and summer campaign. He can be seen pictured with 28-year-old emerging Texan guitar talent Gary Clark Jr. in a series of portraits entitled ‘The Master & The Young Guitar Slinger’. A short black and white promo video shot at South London’s historic Rivoli Ballroom  by acclaimed photographer/documentary filmmaker Danny Clinch, captures Gene Clark Jr. playing guitar and singing at the ballroom interspersed with shots of Jimmy walking the South London streets and arriving at the venue in a London black cab.

More details at http://www.johnvarvatos.com/

In an interview with Brad Tolanski featured in Brad’s Light & Shade Conversations with Jimmy Page book John Varvatos commented:

Some musicians have a personal sense of style but there aren’t many. Most never really understand. Jimmy was about the whole look, right down to what scarf would look good. He knew how to look good close up and from far way. Jimmy still looks great. Letting his hair go white was a perfect example of doing the right thing. He looks in command. There’s an aura about him – there’s always been an aura…John Varvatos

Jimmy Page….still the coolest rock star on the planet….

JPJ judges Soundbeam 2013:

John Paul Jones is one of the judges on Soundbeam 2013: Here’s the info via Soundbeam…

We’re celebrating 25 years of making music with Soundbeam in 2013 and in order to mark the occasion we’re inviting our global family of over 4,000 users to submit video examples of their Soundbeam work, to YouTube, with cash prizes for the best entries.

Our esteemed judging panel includes Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones, conductor Charles Hazlewood, and composer and Soundbeam originator Edward Williams. Closing date for submissions will be Friday 12th April 2013.

Full details at  this link:

http://www.soundbeam.co.uk/competition/

Michael Winner 1935 – 2013:

Sad to hear of the passing of maverick film maker and media celeb Michael Winner age 77. Jimmy Page of course supplied the soundtrack for the 1981 Winner directed Death Wish 2. In 1984 John Paul Jones provided the soundtrack for another Winner movie Scream For Help.

Here’s an interview with Michael Winner talking about working with Jimmy Page on the  Death Wish 2 soundtrack.

http://www.uncut.co.uk/jimmy-page/part-6-michael-winner-on-scoring-with-jimmy-page-interview

Some Death Wish 2 clips and music…

Stephen Stills box set includes Jimmy Page contribution:

The career of Stephen Stills is covered in the new 4-CD set, Carry On,  out on March 26 on Rhino Records.
CD4 includes the track 50/50 which features Jimmy Page – it’s taken from Stills’ 1984 album Right Buy You.

For the first time, material from  throughout Stills’ career on a number of labels both solo and with Buffalo  Springfield and Crosby, Stills and Nash (and sometimes Young). Also included are  rarities from the early group, the Au Go Go Singers and work with Jimi Hendrix  and Steve Fromholz.
The set, produced by Graham Nash and Joel Bernstein,  includes 82 tracks of which an amazing 25 have never been previously released.  Included are demos (4 + 20), early versions (Carry On, 49 Reasons)  and a track from his collaboration with Jimi Hendrix, No Name Jam.
The package also has a 113-page book with photos and liner notes by Michael  O’Hara Garcia, David Bender, and Daniel Levitin.
Track  List:
Disc 1

  • Travelin’ – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • High Flyin’ Bird – The Au Go Go Singers (from They Call  Us Au Go-Go Singers, 1964)
  • Sit Down I Think I Love You – Buffalo Springfield (from Buffalo Springfield, 1966)
  • Go And Say Goodbye – Buffalo  Springfield (from Buffalo Springfield, 1966)
  • For What It’s Worth – Buffalo Springfield (single, 1966;  added to reissue of Buffalo Springfield, 1967)
  • Everydays – Buffalo Springfield (previously  unreleased)
  • Pretty Girl Why – Buffalo Springfield (from Last Time  Around, 1968)
  • Bluebird – Buffalo Springfield (from Buffalo Springfield  Again, 1967)
  • Rock ‘n Roll Woman – Buffalo  Springfield (from Buffalo Springfield Again, 1967)
  • Special Care – Buffalo Springfield (from Last  Time Around, 1968)
  • Questions – Buffalo Springfield (from Last  Time Around, 1968)
  • Uno Mundo – Buffalo Springfield (from Last  Time Around, 1968)
  • Four Days Gone – Buffalo  Springfield (from Last Time Around, 1968)
  • Who Ran Away? – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • Forty-Nine Reasons – Stephen Stills (previously  unreleased)
  • Helplessly Hoping – Crosby, Stills & Nash (from Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969)
  • You Don’t Have To Cry – Crosby, Stills &  Nash (from Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969)
  • Suite: Judy Blue Eyes – Crosby, Stills &  Nash (from Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969)
  • 4+20 – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • So Begins The Task – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • The Lee Shore – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • Carry On/Questions – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (from Deja Vu, 1970)
  • Woodstock – Crosby, Stills, Nash &  Young (from Deja Vu, 1970)

Disc 2

  • Love The One You’re With – Stephen Stills (from Stephen  Stills, 1970)
  • Old Times Good Times – Stephen  Stills (from Stephen Stills, 1970)
  • Black Queen – Stephen Stills (from Stephen  Stills, 1970)
  • No-Name Jam – Stephen Stills & Jimi Hendrix (previously  unreleased)
  • Go Back Home – Stephen Stills (from Stephen  Stills, 1970)
  • Marianne – Stephen Stills (from Stephen Stills  2, 1971)
  • My Love Is A Gentle Thing – Stephen Stills (from Pieces, 2009)
  • Fishes And Scorpions – Stephen  Stills (from Stephen Stills, 1970)
  • The Treasure – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • To A Flame – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • Cherokee – Stephen Stills (from Stephen  Stills, 1970)
  • Song Of Love – Stephen  Stills (from Manassas, 1972)
  • Rock n Roll Crazies/Cuban Bluegrass – Stephen Stills (from Manassas, 1972)
  • Jet Set (Sigh) – Stephen  Stills (from Manassas, 1972)
  • It Doesn’t Matter – Stephen  Stills (from Manassas, 1972)
  • Colorado – Stephen Stills (from Manassas,  1972)
  • Johnny’s Garden – Stephen  Stills (from Manassas, 1972)
  • Change Partners – Stephen Stills (previously  unreleased)
  • Do For Others – Stephen Stills and Steve Fromholz  (previously unreleased)
  • Find The Cost Of Freedom – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young  (previously unreleased)
  • Little Miss Bright Eyes – Stephen Stills (previously  unreleased)
  • Isn’t It About Time – Stephen Stills (from Down the  Road, 1973)

Disc 3

  • Turn Back The Pages – Stephen Stills (from Stills,  1975)
  • First Things First – Stephen Stills (previously  unreleased)
  • My Angel – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • Love Story – Stephen Stills (from Stills,  1975)
  • As I Come Of Age – Stephen  Stills (from Stills, 1975)
  • Know You Got To Run – Stephen Stills (previously  unreleased)
  • Black Coral – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (previously  unreleased)
  • I Give You Give Blind – Crosby, Stills & Nash (from CSN, 1977)
  • Crossroads/You Can’t Catch Me – Stephen Stills (previously  unreleased)
  • See The Changes – Crosby, Stills & Nash (previously  unreleased)
  • Thoroughfare Gap – Stephen Stills (from Thoroughfare  Gap, 1978)
  • Lowdown – Stephen Stills (from Thoroughfare  Gap, 1978)
  • Cuba Al Fin (edit) – Stephen Stills (from Havana  Jam, 1979)
  • Dear Mr. Fantasy – Stephen Stills & Graham Nash (from CSN, 1991)
  • Spanish Suite – Stephen Stills (from Man Alive!,  2005)
  • Feel Your Love – Crosby, Stills & Nash (from  Remastered edtion of Daylight Again, 2006)
  • Raise A Voice – Crosby, Stills & Nash (from  Remastered edtion of Daylight Again, 2006)
  • Daylight Again – Crosby, Stills & Nash (from Daylight Again, 1982)

Disc 4

  • Southern Cross – Crosby, Stills &  Nash (from Daylight Again, 1982)
  • Dark Star – Crosby, Stills &  Nash (from CSN, 1977)
  • Turn Your Back On Love – Crosby, Stills &  Nash (from Allies, 1983)
  • War Games – Crosby, Stills & Nash (from Allies,  1983)
  • 50/50 – Stephen Stills (from Right by You,  1984)
  • Welfare Blues – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • Church – Stephen Stills (previously unreleased)
  • I Don’t Get It – Stephen Stills (from Man  Alive!, 2005)
  • Isn’t It So – Stephen Stills (from Stills Alone,  1991)
  • Haven’t We Lost Enough? – Crosby, Stills & Nash (from Live It Up, 1990)
  • Ballad Of Hollis Brown – Stephen  Stills (from Stills Alone, 1991)
  • Treetop Flyer – Stephen Stills (from Stills  Alone, 1991)
  • Heart’s Gate – Stephen Stills (from Man  Alive!, 2005)
  • Girl From The North Country – Crosby, Stills & Nash  (previously unreleased)
  • Feed The People – Stephen Stills (from Man  Alive!, 2005)
  • Panama – Crosby, Stills & Nash (from After the  Storm, 1994)
  • No Tears Left – Crosby, Stills & Nash (previously  unreleased)
  • Ole Man Trouble – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young  (previously unreleased)
  • Ain’t It Always – Stephen Stills (from Man  Alive!, 2005)

Read more:  http://www.vintagevinylnews.com/2013/01/preview-carry-on-stephen-stills-new.html#ixzz2IeCYYFNs

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January 23rd , 2013.

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5 Comments »

  • RichardG said:

    Oh Jimmy!

    You know we love you but when you say at the end of every year that you want to be making music and getting out there, then end up in fashion commercials, you must realise we’re all a bit doubtful whether anything will ever come to fruition…

    Please – prove us wrong and show us that music’s still a priority!!!!

    Yours, in perpetual anticipation…

    Readers of TbL everywhere!

  • Ed-Washington DC said:

    “Master” and “Young Guitar Slinger” –What is this, Django Unchained?

    You know how this type of phraseology will make the politically-corrects among us absolutely apoplectic.

  • John C said:

    People have forged a career in music after listening to Treetop Flyer, I can’t wait for this collecton – and don’t get me started on Buffalo Springfield, majestic band.

  • Dave Lewis (author) said:

    John – yes same here – a much welcomed completion of the C S & N boys…

  • John P said:

    The Stills box will sit nicely on the shelf alongside the similar Crosby and Nash ones.

    Roll on March 26th!!

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