Through their roughly twelve-year existence, Led Zeppelin released some of the most enduring, iconic rock of all time. As a result, the unearthing of a new Zeppelin recording is an event. After all, the band tended to release most of what they recorded, with any stray tracks landing on the posthumous album — 1982's "Coda" — or the few scant reissues published since.
However, the band has now released "Sunshine Woman," a track recorded live for BBC radio in 1969. Though the song has appeared on bootlegs, "Sunshine Woman" makes its official release debut on the re-release of "The Complete BBC Sessions," featuring unreleased tracks recorded live for radio broadcast between 1969 and 1971. "Sunshine Woman" swaggers along like prime early Zeppelin at the height of their heavy blues powers.
Check out "Sunshine Woman" (below) and pick up "The Complete BBC Sessions" on Sept. 6.