Rock giants Led Zeppelin on Wednesday unveiled two previously unheard recordings ahead of the re-issue of the band’s first three albums in June. The two tracks — an early version of their classic track “Whole Lotta Love”, and a 1970 cover of blues standard “Key to the Highway” — are among dozens of tracks which will be officially released along with the re-issued albums. Guitarist Jimmy Page, 70, chose the material after painstakingly searching through the tracks, which have been stored in the band’s archive for decades. Singer Robert Plant said: “It was a particularly prolific time, where we were learning about each other’s capabilities.”

Rock giants Led Zeppelin on Wednesday unveiled two previously unheard recordings ahead of the re-issue of the band’s first three albums in June. The two tracks — an early version of their classic track “Whole Lotta Love”, and a 1970 cover of blues standard “Key to the Highway” — are among dozens of tracks which will be officially released along with the re-issued albums. Guitarist Jimmy Page, 70, chose the material after painstakingly searching through the tracks, which have been stored in the band’s archive for decades. Singer Robert Plant said: “It was a particularly prolific time, where we were learning about each other’s capabilities.”