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JIMMY PAGE LUCIFER RISING AND OTHER SOUND TRACKS ALBUM TO BE RELEASED ON MARCH 20 VIA JIMMY PAGE.COM

16 March 2012 5,431 views 8 Comments

A special heavyweight vinyl album titled ‘’Lucifer Rising and other Sound Tracks’’ will be released next Tuesday March 20 via Jimmy Page’s official web site Jimmy Page.com

This is the announcement of the details and ordering info that have been issued via Jimmy’s official web site:

A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FROM JIMMY PAGE

“On March 20th, the Spring Equinox 2012, the title music for Lucifer Rising and Other Sound Tracks will have its premiere and release.

The title music, along with other musical pieces recorded at my home studio in the early Seventies, have been revisited, remixed and released for the first time.

This is a musical diary of avant-garde compositions and experiments, one of which was to appear on the film ‘Lucifer Rising’.

The collection has been exhumed and is now ready for public release. This will be available exclusively on the website.

There will be a standard release on heavyweight vinyl.

In addition there will be a special run of 418 numbered copies. The first 93 copies will be signed and numbered.

There are liner notes and commentary to each track. The tracks are:

Side One

1) Lucifer Rising – Main Track

Side Two

1) Incubus

2) Damask

3) Unharmonics

4) Damask – Ambient

5) Lucifer Rising – Percussive Return”

Jimmy Page, March 2012

Here is the information released regarding prices/formats:

PRICES

There are three versions of Lucifer Rising available:

Standard edition – £20

Deluxe edition – £30

Signed Deluxe edition – £195

HOW TO BUY

‘Lucifer Rising and Other Sound Tracks’ will be available exclusively from Jimmy Page.com at 14:00 GMT (UK time) on Tuesday 20th March 2012.

SIGNED AND DELUXE EDITIONS

In addition to the standard release of ‘Lucifer Rising and Other Sound Tracks’ there will be a Deluxe edition of the album available, limited to just 418 copies. The Deluxe edition is distinguishable from the standard album by its subtle artwork variations and each copy is individually hand-numbered.

Jimmy Page has signed the first 93 copies of the Deluxe edition.

HOW TO BUY A DELUXE AND SIGNED DELUXE EDITION

For fairness, Deluxe and Signed Deluxe editions of ‘Lucifer Rising and Other Sound Tracks’ will only be available through a pre-registration system in advance of the release day. For details of the pre- registration system and other information about this release visit

http://www.jimmypage.com/

 

 

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8 Comments »

  • Kathy Urich said:

    It’s exciting news; I’m so happy Jimmy is putting this out. The timing is of course impeccable, along with the art work and the “93” signed copies. The Crowley connection clearly identified.

  • Bill Cromwell said:

    Dear Dave and LZ, Jimmy fans:

    Am I the only one who, despite being as big a fan of Jimmy as anybody, has a problem shelling out
    another roughly $40.00 US on, kindly, demos at this juncture? I’d love
    to have the material, particularly on a disc. I appreciate Jimmy’s aesthetic
    in terms of vinyl, as well as production costs. But must his extremely loyal
    fans shell out yet another chunk of change? Jimmy, just put the stuff
    on your website to download! We’ve paid hundreds and hundreds already
    through your career! I find it all a bit exasperating. Jimmy, we love you, and you
    mean so much to your fans, but enough is enough in my view.

    Devotedly, but feeling fleeced,

    Bill Cromwell (daughter named Page; saw LZ at Knebworth, August 4th, plus
    JP with the Firm, ARMS, solo, p & p, etc.)

  • Lionel Cheesehurst said:

    Before parting with your money, remember that these lack-lustre recordings were rejected by Kenneth Anger, who preferred to use convicted murderer Bobby Beausoleil’s music. Not so much scraping the barrel as running out of barrels to scrape. And look at the prices! Another cynical money-making ploy.

    Now, we all accept that there will be no new music from Jimmy ever again, but rather than foisting these forty-year-old inconsequential meandering doodles upon us, wouldn’t it be better to give us what we really want? The O2 Blu Ray, of course.

  • Paulo Alm said:

    WOW, this is unbelievable! A legitimate release from a great era. This is really promising, I can’t wait to get my hands on one of them. Nice cover too! Jimmy is beginning to show some signs that there’s more to come, perhaps something NEW on the way too????

  • Mark Harrison said:

    And WHAT does “Other Soundtracks” mean? I know Death Wish is already available on the site………

  • Jeff said:

    Hopefully this gets released on CD soon…or better still a with a DVD on the history of the project and the remixing process

    …and yes, that 02 Blu-Ray (in 3D anyone?), I am hoping to get it for myself this Christmas 😉

  • RichardG said:

    Fingers x’d for a Deluxe Edition – there’s no way I can stretch to a signed version…shame!

    I like the sound of “This is a musical diary of avant-garde compositions and experiments” – very exciting stuff.

    Now, about that O2 Bluray… 😉

  • Joe said:

    This is very exciting, especially since the tracks are from the early 70s.

    Hmm, only a vinyl release at this time????

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