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Closer and closer to hearing the remastered Led Zeppelin catalog, the iconic band released a teaser video with footage from an unreleased show in Paris that will accompany the first reissue.
According to Rolling Stone, the live concert is from a 1969 show at the Paris venue L'Olympia, with the video showing footage with bits of songs “Communication Breakdown” and “Good Times, Bad Times.” The bonus CD will be released with the first reissue, Led Zeppelin, and will have nine songs including a typical 15-minute version of “Dazed & Confused.”
Beginning the project in 2012, Page stated he wanted to transfer the recordings from analog to a higher digital resolution. We also reported in January the legendary guitar player wanted to add “sonic and visual thrills” to the albums.
Along with the first self-titled album, due for release on June 3, deluxe editions of Led Zeppelin II and Led Zeppelin III will also be released with alternate mixes and outtakes of songs. Most notably, Led Zeppelin II will feature an unreleased song called “La La.”