Led Zeppelin’s rarest vinyl record to be auctioned

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What is believed to be the rarest Led Zeppelin vinyl record is to be auctioned.

The item – Led Zeppelin Past, Present And Future – is an official promotional album that was never released by the band’s Swan Song Records.

There are only two test pressings in existence of the record.

The album consists of an interview conducted at the August 11, 1979 Knebworth Festival concert with Robert Plant and John Paul Jones.

According to the website zeppelincollectables, a cover was designed by Led Zeppelin’s record company and a catalogue number assigned (Swan Song PR-342) before production ceased. Other than a very few test pressings, records were never manufactured.

The starting bid for the album is $6,000.00 and the auction will run until Sunday April 26, 2015.

This was written by Michael Bonner of Uncut Magazine, find out more here

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