Led Zeppelin's Rare, Riotous Blues Rave-Up 'Sugar Mama'
Led Zeppelin are opening their vaults for a final time next month, when they put out deluxe reissues of their final three albums. One of the most curious, interesting finds among newly unearthed bonus tracks is "Sugar Mama," a thumping, upbeat blues rave-up that finds Robert Plant wailing the title at the top of his lungs and Jimmy Page playing an elastic slide-guitar solo. Unlike all of the other reissues, the compilation album Coda – a 1982 album that collected outtakes from throughout the band's career and came out after the death of drummer John Bonham – will come with two discs of companion audio, which contain recordings that span 1968 to 1974.
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