Hear Led Zeppelin’s Unreleased Version of “Trampled Underfoot”

February 12, 2015

An unreleased version of Led Zeppelin’s “Trampled Under Foot” has been made available and can be heard below.

The track, recorded in 1975, is titled “Brandy and Coke” and is a working version of the final recording, which appeared on the group’s 1975 album, Physical Graffiti. It’s among the seven tracks that will be available on a companion disc with the deluxe edition of the Physical Graffiti reissue.

The other songs on the companion include “In My Time of Dying,” an earlier take of “Sick Again,” a mix of “Boogie with Stu” from Sunset Sound Studio, “In the Light,” and “Driving Through Kashmir, which is a rough orchestra mix of “Kashmir.”

The Physical Graffiti reissue comes out February 24 and will be offered in various formats, including CD, vinyl and digital. The top-end deluxe edition will contain a hardcover 96-page book with photos of the band and memorabilia.

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