Listen to a sound clip from when an unidentied person first introduced George Harrison to Led Zeppelin during one of The Beatles' Let It Be sessions around 1969-70. Some speculations say the unidentified person could be Glyn Johns.
"George, do you want to hear some of this Jimmy Page album?"
George Harrison (GH): Jimmy Page?
"He just produced a new album with his new group."
GH: Is he the one that was in The Yardbirds?
GH: I think uh.. Is lunch ready?
"It's really unbelievable.
GH: Yeah, let me...
GH: Very psychedelic though.
"Don't you like it?"
GH: Not that I mind psychedelic.
"And it's such a good group, it's so tight. John Paul Jones on bass."
GH: John Paul...?
"Jones. On bass. Don't you know any of them?
"Have you ever used them on sessions?"
"He's like the guv'nor. He's very young, he's about 24. The guv'nor bass player. Really good. And a kid called John Bonham on drums who is unbelievable."
"I think he was in a session with Paul [McCartney] last year with some of the other people there."