Led Zeppelin Dig Up “Brandy & Coke,” Early “Trampled Under Foot” Mix

Marc Hogan

By Marc Hogan

Lead News Writer
on 02.11.15 in News

Led Zeppelin‘s latest expanded reissue, of 1975′s Physical Graffiti, arrives on February 24. Among the previously unreleased tracks are “Brandy & Coke,” described as an “early rough mix” of the 40-year-old double-LP’s “Trampled Under Foot.” Listen to that below.

Other outtakes accompanying the reissue include previously unheard versions of “Kashmir” and “Houses of the Holy.” The band is in the midst of a copyright battle over “Stairway to Heaven.” What’s more, Headley Grange, the private English home where Led Zep made some of their most iconic recordings, recently allowed drummers to record there for what’s said to be the first time since John Bonham.

Read our contributor Luke Turner’s interview this past November with Jimmy Page.

Listen over at Consequence of Sound, or The Guardian if you’re in Britain.