Led Zeppelin to release limited 7″ for Record Store Day

Features unreleased mixes of “Rock And Roll” and “Friends”

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Led Zeppelin will make their Record Store Day debut this year by releasing a limited edition 7″ featuring unreleased mixes of “Rock And Roll” and “Friends”.

The yellow-vinyl single will only be available at participating independent music retailers on Record Store Day (April 21).

The previously unreleased version of “Rock And Roll” dates from the original mix of Led Zeppelin IV at Sunset Sound studios in LA. Only two previous “Sunset Sound Mixes” have been released: the version of “When The Levee Breaks” on the original album and the mix of “Stairway To Heaven” that featured on the 2014 deluxe edition. The previously unheard “Olympic Studios Mix” of “Friends” is a stripped-down affair, without the orchestration of the Led Zeppelin III version.

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As previously reported, Led Zeppelin will release a newly remastered version of their live album How The West Was Won in multiple formats on March 23.

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