Courtesy of JimmyPage.comA collection of rare live and studio recordings by The Yardbirds from 1968, when the band featured Jimmy Page on guitar, will be released November 5.

Yardbirds ’68 will be available as a two-CD set, a two-LP vinyl collection and a deluxe edition signed by Page and fellow Yardbirds Jim McCarty and Chris Dreja.

The album, which Page produced, features 10 newly remixed songs from a March 1968 concert at the Anderson Theater in New York City, plus eight raw studio tracks recorded around the same time. The live performances include renditions of hits like “Heart Full of Soul,” “Over Under Sideways Down” and “Heart Full of Soul,” as well as covers of Train Kept A Rollin'” and the future Led Zeppelin staple, “Dazed and Confused.”

Among the studio tracks are an alternate version of “Drinking Muddy Water” and “Knowing That I’m Losing You,” a song that later would be reworked into the Led Zeppelin tune, “Tangerine.”

Yardbirds ’68 comes packaged with a booklet featuring photos taken by Page and Dreja, as well as sleeve notes penned by Page, Dreja and McCarty.

“We thought this might be lost forever, but we’ve rediscovered it, re-mixed it,” Page, McCarty and Dreja say of the album in a joint statement. “It’s of great historical importance. We’re delighted to see the release.”

You can order Yardbirds ’68 now exclusively at JimmyPage.com. Here’s the full track list:

Live at Anderson Theater
“Train Kept A Rollin'”
“Mr., You’re a Better Man Than I”
“Heart Full of Soul”
“Dazed and Confused”
“My Baby”
“Over Under Sideways Down”
“Drinking Muddy Water”
“Shapes of Things”
“White Summer”
“I’m a Man” (contains “Moanin’ and Sobbin'”)

Studio Sketches
“Avron Knows”
“Spanish Blood”
“Knowing That I’m Losing You (Tangerine)”
“Taking a Hold on Me”
“Drinking Muddy Water (Version Two)”
“My Baby”
“Avron’s Eyes”
“Spanish Blood (Instrumental)”

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