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Unheard Led Zeppelin song surfaces

Unheard Led Zeppelin song surfaces

NEW MUSIC: Mr. Anthony Grant, MP, center, Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of presenting Gold Discs to members of the Led Zeppelin pop group on shown on Oct. 14, 1970 in London. The awards were for one million sales each of the group?s records. Holding their Discs are from left: Manager Peter Grant; Jimmy Page; John Paul Jones; and Robert Plant. Photo: Associated Press

A previously unheard Led Zeppelin track is set to be released for the first time.

The song, titled “La La,” was recorded during studio sessions for 1969 album “Led Zeppelin II,” and was discovered among a treasure trove of unreleased recordings.

The song will be remastered and included on an upcoming re-release of the album, which will be reissued with a companion disc along with Led Zeppelin’s other records.

Former bandmember Jimmy Page admits wading through vaults of unreleased material was a major challenge.

He says, “The material on the companion discs presents a portal to the time of the recording… It is a selection of work in progress with rough mixes, backing tracks, alternate versions, and new material recorded at the time.

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