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Jimmy Page buys vinyl in Boston

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Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page peruses the vinyl at In Your Ear on Commonwealth Avenue during his visit to Boston.

He was only in Boston briefly, but Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page used his time wisely. The Rock and Roll of Famer, who was here to deliver some words of wisdom to Berklee College of Music grads, stopped by In Your Ear Records on Commonwealth Avenue. We’re told Page was gracious with other patrons perusing the vinyl, and even posed for a few photos. In one picture that’s circulating online, Page appears to be holding an LP by the blind avant-garde composer known as Moondog.

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