Fresh off a win in the “Stairway To Heaven” infringement trial earlier this summer, Led Zeppelin are looking forward to dropping their edition of The Complete BBC Sessions at the end of the week. The collection includes eight updated, newly remastered versions of unreleased BBC recordings, including three rediscovered songs from the previously “lost” 1969 session between their first two albums.
One of those three never-before-heard recordings is another version of “What Is And What Should Never Be” from Led Zeppelin II, and today it receives the visual treatment. Noisy, trippy black-and-white images are cut with footage of the band shredding the song. Check it out.
Led Zeppelin The Complete BBC Sessions is out 9/16. Pre-order it here.