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Led Zeppelin 'Sunshine Woman,' Lost Track from 1969, Surfaces

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By    |   Monday, 29 Aug 2016 10:18 AM

Led Zeppelin's "Sunshine Woman," a lost track from a 1969 recording, has surfaced and will be part of an upcoming release.

"The Complete BBC Sessions" is a reissue the band's "BBC Sessions" that was originally released in 1997, said Entertainment Weekly. The reissue will be three CDs and will include the band's "Communication Breakdown" and "Heartbreaker" along with "Sunshine Woman."

"'Sunshine Woman' was recorded on March 16, 1969, in London and aired April 14 on the BBC World Service," Mike Ayers wrote for The Wall Street Journal's Speakeasy blog "According to the label, Atlantic, the original BBC tapes were lost, but a private recording surfaced in the late 1990s. Fans have known about the song and heard it in varying qualities over the years, but until now, it's never been properly released."

Led Zeppelin fans have listened to "Sunshine Woman" in the past as a "poor-quality bootleg," echoed The Guardian.

"The Complete BBC Sessions," expected to be released Sept. 16, will include a 44-page book containing information about the BBC sessions, said the Journal.

Fans gave a thumps up to the song on social media.

 

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