It’s actually an outtake version of the song that’s been dubbed “Brandy and Coke” on the “Physical Graffiti” reissue.
Over the weekend on Instagram, Diplo posted a selfie with the Led Zeppelin singer and the concise caption, “Collab coming soon,” leaving a whole lot of questions.
British magazine MOJO compiled a tribute to “Physical Graffiti” with White Denim, Blackberry Smoke, Laura Marling, Michael Kiwanuka and others.
The track comes from their 1975 album “Physical Graffiti.”
The Soundgarden singer highlighted photos from Page’s new book for the famed guitarist to riff on during the nearly two-hour talk.
And he turned the deal down in rather dramatic style.
The man has certainly run “through the door” many times in his career.
Led Zeppelin’s most well-known hit “Stairway to Heaven” continues to make headlines — though this time on a lighter note.
If you talk to Mr. Page about the Led Zeppelin reissues, don’t use the term “bonus tracks.”
Paul McCartney Shares Previously Unheard Version of Wings’ ‘Beware of Love’ Featuring Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham
McCartney announced the Bonham version of the track during a Twitter Q&A.