in Classic Rock The Yardbirds – For Your Love (1965) (Full version) August 8, 2008, 9:08 am 1.6k Views 43 Comments Live H.264 The Yardbirds – For Your Love (1965) (Full version) source FullLoveVersionyardbirds See more Previous article Cream – Strange Brew Next article Dr Hook – Marie Laveau 43 Comments Leave a Reply Born 1960 (me) and since around 1970 a big yardbirds-fan !!!Grown up with 4 Yardbirds- LP`s. .perfect !!!One of the most important bands in Rockhistory….Love this song very much….Thanks for upload..B.L.,germany Reply I want dem sunglasses! Reply 1967 2019 and still listening 24/7😎🦌😎🐕🦌😎🦌🐕🦌🐕😎🦌😎🦌😎 Reply WTF THE DRUMS Reply Excellent..Oui. Reply At a time when so many great bands played. Where did it all go? Is rap music the rock of today? Ouch ! Reply Good times!!! Reply LOVED THIS GROUP HE IS PLAYING SMALL BONJO. Reply Ahhh come on her love wasn't that good, but the song is. Reply Both Beck and Plant played in the Yardbirds?? Reply One of my favorite Yardbirds Songs🔝 Reply You know whay it's spooky how much they looked alike Relf and Jones never noticed til I saw comment Reply Jeff Beck! Reply The audience is dead do not even move them wish I could have seen Yardbirds I was too young going to start going to shows to 69 Reply there's no better music than the oldies in every era……i love the oldies of every year UNTIL the stupid rap crap ……….i hate that shit Reply Another vastly under rated band-If anyone argues this wasn't the golden age of music comer and see me- I'll soon sort you out! PS Reply For yourrrrrrrrrrrrr luv Reply Original versionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HU5zqidlxMQ Reply Hi I 🐺 🎏 I love you 🙋 Grace God 💋 💏 Reply Huh so these guys sang this Reply This is why I spent little time looking for new music. Look up super "coool" in the dictionary and you'll find this video. Thanks for sharing. Reply Yardbirds, way ahead of their time!!!…… Reply Yes he would Reply I was never sure why girls in the 60's always screamed. Reply Great background singers, who deserve being mentioned! Reply Keith Relf is so damn cool here with the shades! The quentisenti Reply Everybody copying that beatle look in the 1960s Reply I was 5 in the yr of 65,, but remember this tune so,, well Reply Jeff Beck thinking to himself "this is fun, I'm going to become an extraordinary guitar player so I can do this forever" Reply Very nice but all too many think, that the Yardbirds were musically more advanced than the Beatles, because they were a somewhat underground 'blues band' but let me give you a song so groovy in 1965 that Jimi Hendrix was playing it in 1967 the Beatles, 'Day Tripper', just one year later you have the full blown psychedelia of 'Tomorrow Never knows' as well as much heaver thicker sound on 'Rain', 'Paperback Writer': It was with Hendrix and Led Zeppelin in 1969 that we really moved beyond the Beatles in performance and sound . Reply i like the 1978 version done by Chilly very disco Reply Very interesting. Jeff Beck on acoustic guitar.Eric Clapton close to leaving the group out of dissatisfaction they are not sticking to pure blues. Jimmy Page yet to join the group and eventually spearheading Jeff Beck getting kicked out of the group. Reply 1965.one of the best years for rock.nothing today compares to this. Reply Really cool this is really live! Reply IT DON'T SOUND MUCH LIKE THE HIT RECORD. I GUESS THS BEATLES ARE THE ONLY ONES THAT CAN SING GREAT LIVE. Reply You can find this song and many others at http://www.GouweOuweMuziek.nl Reply Where’s jimmy page Reply cool with Beck…! Reply Played live, not lip-synched. Jeff Beck is playing amplified acoustic guitar. This song was one of the reasons why Clapton left the band. They were leaving behind their blues roots. Reply Yardbirds were very popular in the US as this song was played on the pop radio stations in LA a lot. 93 KHJ was a big station in the 60s in LA. Back when AM was the primary radio. Reply Awesome Mahalo nui! Reply Boy!!! Frontman was a cutie!! Girls screaming,,,. Totally remember this tune!!!! 😍😘 The60s!!! Reply I love this song I own it. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!