Led Zeppelin Premiere 'Celebration Day' Track -
Led Zeppelin's epic nine-and-a-half minute classic
'Kashmir' is the first full track to premiere from their
upcoming live concert DVD 'Celebration Day.'
The clip is currently available to watch in full at NME.com.
'Kashmir' was first released in 1975 and featured on the
band's sixth studio album, 'Physical Graffiti.'
Jimmy Page recently revealed that it
took two years for the band to watch the film and another three to
get it ready for release.
Page said (via NME):
"It was important that if we were going to do [a reunion] at
all, that we went out there and did it properly. We put a lot of
time and effort into it so that it would be what you're going to
see now, which is just one show - that's all we did, no warm-up
gigs, no follow-up. It wasn't designed to be a film at all. That's
why it's taken a little while to come out, because we didn't even
look at it for two years after we'd done it, so we could be a bit
more objective about it."
See the official trailer for 'Celebration Day' below.
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