On February 19th, Yahoo Live will stream the 40th Anniversary Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti Deluxe Edition premiere. This exclusive event will feature the worldwide debut of the complete, previously unreleased companion audio from the upcoming deluxe edition of Led Zeppelin’s seminal double album Physical Graffiti. This will be followed by a live Q&A with guitarist and album producer Jimmy Page in front of a live audience at Olympic Studios in London, the same studio where portions of the album were originally recorded over 40 years ago.
For the past year, Page has hosted intimate Led Zeppelin listening sessions for media and other VIPs. Now, for the first time, fans worldwide will have a rare opportunity to share in this unique experience through Yahoo Live video stream. Additionally, a few lucky audience members in attendance will have the opportunity to ask Page a question. Fans watching online are encouraged to participate as well using the hashtag #ledzeplive.
The seven previously unreleased Physical Graffiti companion audio tracks to be streamed during the event include rough mixes of In My Time Of Dying and Houses Of The Holy, an early mix of Trampled Under Foot called Brandy & Coke, and the Sunset Sound mix of Boogie With Stu. Also included is Driving Through Kashmir, a rough orchestra mix of the band’s eight minute opus Kashmir and Everybody Makes It Through, a strikingly different early version of In The Light with alternate lyrics
The deluxe edition of Physical Graffiti will arrive in multiple CD, vinyl, and digital formats, as well as a limited edition super deluxe boxed set, on February 24th, 40 years to the day since the album’s original release.
What: 40th Anniversary Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti Deluxe Edition Premiere.
The event will feature the worldwide debut of the previously unreleased Physical Graffiti companion audio followed by a live fan Q&A with Jimmy Page.
When: Thursday, February 19th
Time: 2:00PM ET
Where: The event can be watched exclusively on Yahoo Live or on the Yahoo Screen App. Third-party sites can embed the Yahoo Live media player by using the code below.