Re: Free, Duane Allman, & Led Zeppelin
Posted by: Quicksand ()
Date: June 25, 2013 09:04AM

2_EdgedSword Wrote:


> And what about the mighty Led Zeppelin? Hard to
> believe there are no unreleased tracks? Surely
> there's a vault of them. Why not release them in a
> compilation. I mean, when you have 20 million fans
> clamoring for 80,000 tickets you certainly have an
> audience who wants more!
>

It was over a million clamouring for 20,000 tickets (one night at the O2) but the sentiment was correct and there's nothing wrong with a bit of hyperbole ;)

It was stated that 'Coda' was pretty much all the unreleased stuff they had, then they released another couple of tracks on the boxset.

I imagine all they have now are demos and alternate takes like The Beatles Anthology series which, for the most part, wasn't exactly riveting listening !

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