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Led Zeppelin has been very active over on their YouTube channel, and if you haven’t already subscribed to it, you really should do so now.

For the past month, the channel has seen nearly 30 new videos uploaded, from new installments of the band’s ongoing “History of…” series to “official audio” recordings of some of their most iconic tunes.

The highlight from the uploads, however, has to be the clips from classic performances from Zeppelin’s career. Among the concerts featured are the band’s 1970 show at Royal Albert Hall, the 1975 performance at Earls Court and the 2007 reunion show at the O2 Arena.

What the reason is for the resurgence of activity is anyone’s guess. However, Zeppelin's new documentary aptly titled Becoming Led Zeppelin did finally premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September. Could we finally be getting a wide release on the rock doc? Fingers crossed that it’s soon.

In the meantime, scroll below to see some of the amazing classic performances that were recently uploaded.

  • 'Dazed and Confused' (Live at The Royal Albert Hall 1970)

  • 'How Many More Times' (Live at The Royal Albert Hall 1970)

  • 'Ramble On' (Live at the O2 Arena 2007)

  • 'What Is and What Should Never Be' (Live at The Royal Albert Hall 1970)

  • 'Stairway To Heaven' (Live at Earls Court 1975)

  • 'Misty Mountain Hop' (Live at the O2 Arena 2007)

  • 'Going To California' (Live at Earls Court 1975)