Led Zeppelin’s Unreleased Studio Mixes from Physical Graffitti Recordings
27 Feb. 2014

Led Zeppelin’s Unreleased Studio Mixes from Physical Graffitti Recordings


RR Auction, an Boston, MA-based company, is proud to present unreleased studio mixes from Led Zeppelin’s 1975 album Physical Graffiti from the Ron Nevison Collection, as part of its Marvels of Modern Music auction.

* These tapes are being sold as a historical artifact and no copyright to the recorded material is claimed nor transferred by the auction house. Originates from the personal collection of legendary engineer and producer Ron Nevison.

Vintage 10″ tape reel of unreleased studio mixes recorded on Ampex 406 quarter-inch tape. Affixed to the box is a large Ronnie Lane’s Mobile Studio (LMS) label, hand-notated with the track listing and recording data. Top of the label is filled out with the following info: “Client: Led Zeppelin, Subject: Rough Mixes, Engineer: R. N., Date: 28-2-74, Location: Headley, Speed: 15, Reel: 2.” Song titles and times are listed as follows: “Trampled Underfoot—5:40,” “Driving to Kashmir—8:50,” “Custard Pie—4:20,” “In the Light (Everyone Makes It Then)—7:18,” “Swan Song—Part 1—1:20,” and “Swan Song—Part 2—1:20.” Along the bottom, the “ST” and “NAB” boxes are checked off.

The Marvels of Modern Music auction, from RR Auction will feature more than 800 items. The auction is set to begin on Thursday, March 13, and end on the evening of Thursday, March 20. More details can be found online at www.rrauction.com.

FROM:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NC4vPCSfX0s

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