Led Zeppelin - 4 CD Boxed Set (Vol. 1) (1990) (ATLANTIC7567-82144-2) [Repost]
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Boxed Set, released on 7 September 1990, is a boxed set of English rock group Led Zeppelin's popular songs digitally remastered, on six vinyl albums, four compact discs, and four cassette formats. A 30 page booklet was included for the vinyl and CD releases. Compilation and remastering of the tracks took place in New York, early-to-mid 1990. This boxed set contains two new tracks and a new mix. "Travelling Riverside Blues" was previously recorded on 24 June 1969 at the BBC Maida Vale Studio. "White Summer" was recorded at the Playhouse Theatre, London on June 27, 1969. The "Moby Dick"/"Bonzo's Montreux" mix took place at the Atlantic Synclavier Suite in New York, May 1990. To differentiate this release from the future Remasters box sets, some world recording industry associations have listed this under the title The Complete Collection (not to be confused with the later 1993 release The Complete Studio Recordings.