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Led Zeppelin Live Tracks To Be Aired Exclusively On Radio

Led Zeppelin Live Tracks To Be Aired Exclusively On Radio

Planet Rock are to host a 'Led Zeppelin Month' in the run up to the legendary rock band's one-off reunion at the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert on November 26.

As part of the station's programming which includes exclusive interviews with [b]Jimmy Page[/b] and [b]Robert Plant[/b] - Planet Rock have also secured exclusive broadcasting rights to six new Led Zeppelin live tracks.

The tracks are the new additions to 'The Song Remains The Same' concert film soundtrack reissue this year. The six newly published live songs are:

[b]'Black Dog/Bring It On Home'
'Over the Hills and Far Away'
'Misty Mountain Hop'
'Since I've Been Loving You'
'The Ocean'
'Heartbreaker'[/b]

Programming also includes a buyers guide to the band, a guide to memorabilia, the Led Zeppelin top 20, and competitions throughout the month to win the band's back catalogue.

Highlights in November include:

[b]When Nicky Met Robert Plant (November 3 - 6pm)
When Nicky Met Jimmy Page (10th - 6pm)
Set List Special - Robert Plant Live / The Firm Live (17th - 6pm)
Harvey Goldsmith Zeppelin Special (24th - 6pm)
Live show from the O2 arena + listener’s choice of live Zeppelin (26th - 6pm)[/b]

Planet Rock is accessible across the UK on [b]DAB Digital Radio, Sky Channel 0110, Cable Channel 924[/b] and online at www.planetrock.com

2007 reissue of 'The Song Remains The Same' track listing is:
(* Not on the original soundtrack's release)

Disc one:
[b]'Rock and Roll'
'Celebration Day'
'Black Dog/Bring It On Home'*
'Over the Hills and Far Away'*
'Misty Mountain Hop'*
'Since I've Been Loving You'*
'No Quarter'
'The Song Remains the Same'
'Rain Song'
'The Ocean'*[/b]

Disc two:
[b]'Dazed and Confused'
'Stairway to Heaven'
'Moby Dick'
'Heartbreaker'*
'Whole Lotta Love'[/b]

Pic credit: Rex Features


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