Hear a Previously Lost Led Zeppelin Song Called 'Sunshine Woman', From 'BBC Sessions' Reissue

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While the thought of any future activity from Led Zeppelin may be as mythical as the band’s lyrics themselves, a song previously left on the cutting-room floor has made its way online.

Titled Sunshine Woman, the track will be included in an upcoming reissue of 1997’s the Complete BBC Sessions. According to the Wall Street Journal, the song was recorded on March 16, 1969 in London and aired on a BBC broadcast but had not, yet, been released officially.

As was the case for the recent series of Zeppelin reissues, Jimmy Page oversaw the entire process and remastering (something he spoke with us about in an exclusive interview in 2015) of the new set as well.
The upcoming Complete BBC Sessions reissue will be out on September 16 and is available for pre-order in a number of different formats at Led Zeppelin’s site.


  • Brian Nolen says:

    Can you say “Traveling Riverside Blues”???

  • Big Al says:

    Great Zep tune. Can sure tell it came from that era.

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