Led Zeppelin are set to reissue their 2003 live record, How the West Was Won, but Jimmy Page said more recordings of the group in concert are on the way.
In a new interview the guitarist talked a new archival live project on the way, with more to come.
"I can't give the game away, but there's a recording that’s another multi-track that we'll release," he told Planet Rock (via Music Week). "It's so different to all the other things that are out there. It's another view compared to How the West Was Won or The Song Remains the Same. I'm looking forward to people hearing that. There's a lot of stuff to come out, a number of releases. I'd like to say that they'll be coming out over the next 10 years. There's more to come for sure."
He sadly shut down talks of a reunion, saying: "I very much doubt it,"
Page did say that him and the two surviving members collaborated on a special book commemorating their 50th anniversary coming out in October.
"I'm really pleased that we're all doing it collectively, because there are so many other people doing books," he said. "There's about 10 that I know of that are coming, which is pretty ridiculous! It will be really good to have an authoritative book, where the band are actually contributing to it rather than being ripped off."
The 15th-anniversary edition of How the West Was Won, has highlights from a pair of 1972 concerts Led Zeppelin performed in Southern California, is arriving on March 23.
In addition to the three-CD set, it's getting its first appearance on vinyl as well as a Super Deluxe box that adds a DVD and a book.
Source: Ultimate Classic Rock