Rufus Stone Limited Editions has unveiled the teaser video for Five Glorious Nights - Led Zeppelin at Earl's Court May 1975, a high-end visual documentation of the band's five-night stand at London's Earl's Court in May 1975.
Led Zeppelin has premiered the reference mix of "Hots On For Nowhere," a selection from the upcoming deluxe reissues of the band's final three album's, 1976's Presence, 1979's In Through the Out Door and 1982's Coda.
For their third and final wave of reissues, the band will release deluxe versions of 1976's Presence, 1979's In Through the Out Door and 1982's Coda (which, itself, was a collection of vintage, previously unreleased Led Zep material).
The three reissues are due for a July 31 release, and, like the reissues of the band's other LP's, each album will include a remastered copy of the original album, plus a second disc of previously unreleased music culled from the band members' vaults.
One of the most important things I can explain to people who want to become session players is how they need to take a good long look at those who have gone before. In this photo gallery is a list of some of MY faves -- and a brief description of each player.
We can always count on Candyrat Records to deliver the goods on a variety of acoustic-based music, and this new video (uploaded May 8) is a winner. Here we have Olivier Babaz performing Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” using an upright bass and kalimba (otherwise known as a thumb piano). The most impressive part of the clip comes around the 2:30 mark, where Babaz pulls his best Page impression, nailing the solo on his upright bass. Never seen that before.