15 Best Live Albums You’ve Never Heard

 

Ever since I got into music in the late-’70s, I’ve been a big fan of live albums. But I’m also very particular when it comes to them; I only like them if they’re organic, cruelty free, and soundboard-to-stereo. In ...CONTINUE

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Led Zeppelin’s “Physical Graffiti: Deluxe Edition” Review

 

In 1975, when Led Zeppelin were prepping what would become their sixth studio album, Physical Graffiti, they decided to make it a double album by including unreleased songs originally recorded for previous albums. But while the regular version ...CONTINUE

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Led Zeppelin “IV” and “Houses Of The Holy: Deluxe Editions” Review

 

As anyone who got the recent deluxe editions of Led Zeppelin’s eponymous debut, second album, or III can tell you, while the remastered versions were great, the second discs didn’t always make these special editions worthwhile. Now ...CONTINUE

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Led Zeppelin “I,” “II,” and “III: Deluxe Edition” Review

 

With vastly improved sound, which makes these classic albums sound more vibrant and alive than they have in decades, the first batch of Led Zeppelin reissues — 1969’s eponymous debut, 1969’s II, and 1970’s III — are ...CONTINUE

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Music News: Reissues Of “Led Zeppelin I,” “II,” And “III” Announced

 

The remaining three members of Led Zeppelin have announced that they’ll be reissuing their 1969 self-titled debut, their second album (which came out later that year), and 1970’s III — all with previously unreleased live and studio recordings ...CONTINUE

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