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Ralph Waldo Emerson put it perfectly when he said, “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” Kate Bush, I’m looking at you. Van had signed to Warners but no producer wanted to touch him, so I went to Boston at Bob’s request to hear him. I don’t know what transpired between Bang Records and Van coming to Boston, but he had obviously gone through a rebirth. There was another session the following week, but I wasn’t available. From there he was flying away, and out of that came a happier person, which was [Morrison’s next album] Moondance. But his relationship with his first record company quickly soured.But Reid was committed to tour America opening for Cream so he recommended someone else for Page to check out, a young musician from the Midlands who had an upcoming date at a college in Birmingham.Page and Jones made the journey to check him out, and Page recalls, “When I…heard him sing, I immediately thought there must be something wrong with him personality-wise or that he had to be impossible to work with, because I just could not understand why, after he told me he'd been singing for a few years already, he hadn't become a big name yet.And to pull that off, he needed a singer who could carry the band through those changes.At the time, a British vocalist by the name of Terry Reid had caught Page’s ear.