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Led Zeppelin will restore a song recorded in 1969



There is an amateur recording.



04.Nov.16 11:41 AM
By Abigail Richards
Photo Screenshot Yandeks.Kartinki

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Led Zeppelin will restore a song recorded in 1969
Led Zeppelin will restore a song recorded in 1969. Recently, in the BBC archives was found an amateur recording Led Zeppelin entitled «Lost». Previously, the record was considered remote. For a long time about it, no one remembered. Compositions for 47 years. Fans who download Led Zeppelin posters, were not familiar with this song. Restoration detected recording will be engaged Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page.

The group Led Zeppelin has not once recorded a composition for BBC World Service. A three songs were recorded in 1969. Preserved only one of them. It will be a supplement to the 1997 album. This album contains radio broadcasts and concert recordings the group from 1969 to 1972.

The album includes the first broadcast of «Stairway To Heaven». This song was also recorded for the BBC. The compositions will include updated: «I Can not Quit You Baby», «You Shook Me», as well as unreleased version of «Communication Breakdown» and «What Is And What Should Never Be» and «Lost session».

The new album will be called «TheCompleteBBCSessions». It will be released this month. Musicians on it are active.

Led Zeppelin - British rock band, formed in September 1968 in London. It is recognized as one of the most successful bands.




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