Jimmy Page Remembers 1969 Show Included In New Remaster

“It was a bit of a communion,” says Led Zeppelin star at last night’s live-streamed Q&A.

Jimmy Page Remembers 1969 Show Included In New Remaster

YESTERDAY, LED ZEPPELIN’S Jimmy Page premiered tracks from the “Companion Audio” elements of June 2’s remastered reissues of Led Zeppelin I, II and III. Answering questions submitted by fans, he was grilled onstage at L’Olympia Theatre, Paris, the source of the 1969 live recordings included as bonus material on the new Led Zeppelin I.

Reviewing the live tracks, Page noted that "The whole energy of the audience is just incredible, and it’s driving us on," before adding that “it was a bit of a communion”.

The event was live-streamed from L’Olympia. But if you missed it, for whatever reason, adjust your disappointment with this taste of front row action from Page’s Q&A...

Page premiered material from the 1969 live show – including versions of Good Times Bad Times/Communication Breakdown and You Shook Me – plus bonus tracks from the Led Zeppelin II and Led Zeppelin III remasters, including rough mixes of Heartbreaker, Gallows Pole, Since I’ve Been Loving You and The Immigrant Song.