ERIC CLAPTON > THE ALL STARS
The first recording session they did together was in 1965, the two guitarists recorded seven instrumental tracks together: "Choker", "Draggin' My Tail", "Freight Loader", "Miles Road", "Snake Drive", "Tribute to Elmore" and "West Coast Idea".
In Agust 1967 together with Bill Wyman, Ian Stewart and Mick Jagger from the Rolling Stones and a drummer called Chris Winters (Charlie Watts?), Page added overdubs at London Olympic Studios as asked to clean them up by representatives of Immediate Records.
Immediate Records released these tracks alongside the All-Stars' previous recordings on their 1968 Blues Anytime compilations, attributing them simply to Eric Clapton or Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, although many subsequent releases have given the credit to the Immediate All-Stars.