Led Zeppelin

Complete BBC Sessions [Deluxe]

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Track Listing

    Track Title


  1. You Shook Me 5:14
  2. I Can't Quit You Baby 4:23
  3. Communication Breakdown 3:11
  4. Dazed and Confused 6:39
  5. The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair 3:03
  6. What Is and What Should Never Be 4:20
  7. Communication Breakdown 2:40
  8. Travelling Riverside Blues 5:10
  9. Whole Lotta Love 6:10
  10. Somethin' Else 2:06
  11. Communication Breakdown 3:04
  12. I Can't Quit You Baby 6:20
  13. You Shook Me 10:13
  14. How Many More Times 11:38
  15. Immigrant Song 3:21
  16. Heartbreaker 5:15
  17. Since I've Been Loving You 6:56
  18. Black Dog 5:17
  19. Dazed and Confused 18:36
  20. Stairway to Heaven 8:49
  21. Going to California 3:54
  22. That's the Way 5:43
  23. Whole Lotta Love (Medley: Boogie Chillun/Fixin' to Die/That's Alright M 13:44
  24. Thank You 6:39
  25. Communication Breakdown [#] 3:01
  26. What Is and What Should Never Be [#] 4:14
  27. Dazed and Confused [#] 11:08
  28. White Summer [#] 8:22
  29. What Is and What Should Never Be [#] 4:44
  30. Communication Breakdown [#] 4:54
  31. I Can't Quit You Baby [#] 5:26
  32. You Shook Me [#] 4:10
  33. Sunshine Woman [#] 3:08


Back in 1997, Led Zeppelin released BBC Sessions, the band's first attempt to chronicle its heavily bootlegged live recordings for the British Broadcasting Corporation. That double-disc set didn't contain all of Zep's BBC Sessions: a full nine songs from 1969 were left behind, including three songs recorded in March -- a session highlighted by the otherwise unavailable original "Sunshine Woman" -- that were believed to be lost. The 2016 triple-disc set The Complete BBC Sessions adds those songs as a third disc to a remastered version of the original 1997 compilation, an addition that doesn't greatly alter the overall picture of Zeppelin's BBC Sessions but offers a whole lot of additional value. Without those sessions, the compilation remains a stellar showcase of Led Zeppelin in ascendancy but with them the portrait deepens, particularly in how "Communication Breakdown" winds up being a place for the bandmembers to stretch their legs, incorporating covers or even interpolations of their own songs; it's a place where their intensity is married to their thirst for adventure. Elsewhere, there are plenty of extended blues jams -- "I Can't Quit You Baby" and "You Shook Me" from the lost March 1969 session are condensed and sound all the more powerful for it; similarly, the woozy rearrangement of Robert Johnson's "Travelling Riverside Blues" resonates because it's concise -- but the music that hits hardest remains the live-wire rockabilly ("Somethin' Else") and revved-up blues-boogie, the latter coming to the forefront on the otherwise unavailable "The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair" and that unearthed "Sunshine Woman," a throwaway raver that shows just how loose, muscular, and invigorating Zeppelin were at the outset. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

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