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ContactMusic.com is reporting that mysterious lost drumming tracks believed to be recordings made by tragic Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham have appeared on the internet.

Web site http://www.disndat.info/bonham [They are now at http://www.saladrecords.com/bonhamfiles.htm] features 23 tracks reportedly recorded by Bonham and is offering them to fans as streaming audio and MP3s.

The anonymous sound engineer, who put the recordings on the site, admits he has been overwhelmed by the response, but refuses to confirm or deny the tracks are genuine.

He writes, "I really only stuck these tracks up here to share with a specific group of people... but it seems that in the process, the link to this page has been spread to the masses.

"I understand the mass appeal. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have!

"I got these from a friend that's part of the group of people that I mentioned above. I recently talked with him and asked where he got them... and his came from a friend, too... and he gave me exactly what was given to him, so what I've got is what he's got, is what his friend had... and so on.

"Neither of us know where they came from... we just know what and who they appear to be... so take that for whatever it's worth."


From: ROADRUNNERRECORDS.COM
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