The Yardbirds featured three of rock's most influential guitarists: Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page. Although each went on to excel in other musical outlets, the Yardbirds were a crucial part of the 1960's British rock scene. The original line-up consisted of Keith Relf, vocals; Chris Dreja, rhythm guitar and bass; Jim McCarty, drums; Paul Samwell-Smith, bass and Top Topham, lead guitar, and Clapton, Beck and Page wove in and out of the Yardbirds during the '60s. Producing a number of hits like "For Your Love" and "Shapes of Things," the Yardbirds were a successful band of the '60s and, more importantly, one of the most important psychedelic rock innovators in music history.

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