Six of Led Zeppelin’s studio albums have been added to the TIDAL service in newly re-mastered versions, overseen directly by arguably the finest guitar hero of all time and Led Zeppelin founder, Jimmy Page.
In an exclusive interview found in TIDAL´s editorial section, Page tells the story behind the re-mastering project, explaining that the criteria for Led Zeppelin was always quality.
In this process, Jimmy found things in the music that he had not heard in years and have not been on previous versions.
TIDAL’s head of editorial, Sveinung Rindal, says this launch is a milestone for the High Fidelity music streaming service: “We have great respect for the job that Jimmy Page and his team have done with the technical update of Led Zeppelin’s first six albums. With the highest quality in TIDAL you get a unique production quality and richness in the songs that by far cements the status this band still has today.”
Available across iOS, Android, network players and PC/Macs, TIDAL says its service offers high fidelity, lossless sound quality, a prerequisite to enjoying music the way it was intended by the artists.
TIDAL says its service streams at more than four times the bit rate of competitive services, so users are able to enjoy TIDAL on a wide range high quality home audio products.
TIDAL adds that partnership and integration agreements have already been made with 35 of the world’s most respected audio brands.
The TIDAl service offers an advertisement-free, lossless, CD-quality music and music video streaming service with extensive curated editorial expertise, for a monthly subscription.
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