Almost two decades on from the release of Led Zeppelin’s acclaimed BBC Sessions album, a new expanded and remastered version has been announced.
A report on the first collection – which examined live BBC recordings from 1969 to 1971 – the new accumulation has been remastered with supervision by Jimmy Page and gloats eight unreleased BBC recordings on a third plate including three saved tracks from a greatly mythical “lost” 1969 session.
Set for discharge through Atlantic/Swan Song on Friday sixteenth September, the collection likewise comes complete with broad session-by-session liner notes penned by Led Zeppelin essayist Dave Lewis.
The collection will be accessible in four distinct organizations – Deluxe Edition 3CD, Deluxe Edition 5LP, Digital Download and a Super Deluxe Box Set.
The box set will come with the following:
– Remastered album. 2 CDs, each in a replica sleeve.
– Unreleased audio on CD in a separate card sleeve.
– Remastered album on 180-gram vinyl.
– Unreleased audio on 180-gram vinyl.
– High-def audio download card of all content at 96kHz/24 bit.
– 48-page book filled with photos of the band, the recording locations, BBC memorabilia, and session information.
– High-quality print of the original album cover, the first 20,000 of which will be individually numbered.