Led Zeppelin



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Also known as The New Yardbirds ('68)

Country: United Kingdom
Labels: Atlantic Records
Swan Song Records

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Formed in: 1968
Reunion: 1985, 1988, 1995, 2007
Disbanded in: 1980

1968-1970 Blues rock
1968-1980 Progressive hard rock
1968-1980 Heavy metal

Line-up

1968-1980  Robert Anthony Plant - vocals, harmonica
1968-1980  James Patrick "Jimmy" Page - guitars
1968-1980  John Baldwin - bass, keyboards
1968-1980  John Henry "Bonzo" Bonham - drums
1968  Viram Jasani - tabla
1971  Sandy Denny - vocals
1971  Ian Stewart - piano

Discography

1969 Good Times Bad Times [Single] 9
1969 Whole Lotta Love [Single] 7
1970 Immigrant Song [Single] 9
1971 Black Dog [Single] 6
1972 Rock And Roll [Single] 8
1973 The Ocean [Single] 10
1973 Over The Hills And Far Away [Single] 9
1973 D'yer Mak'er [Single] 7
1975 Trampled Under Foot [Single] 7
1976 Candy Store Rock [Single] 5
1976 The Song Remains The Same [Live] 8.5
1976 The Song Remains The Same [DVD] 8.8
1979 Fool In The Rain [Single]
1989 20 Years Train Kept A Rollin' Vol. One [Compilation]
1989 20 Years Train Kept A Rollin' Vol. Two [Compilation]
1990 Led Zeppelin [Boxset] 9.3
1990 Travelling Riverside Blues [Single] 6
1990 Remasters [Compilation] 9.1
1993 Led Zeppelin Boxset 2 [Boxset] 7.5
1993 Baby Come On Home [Single]
1993 The Complete Studio Recordings [Boxset] 10
1997 Whole Lotta Love [Single]
1997 BBC Sessions [Compilation] 8.1
1997 The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair [Single] 9
1999 Early Days [Compilation] 9
2000 Latter Days [Compilation] 8.7
2003 Led Zeppelin DVD [DVD] 9.5
2003 How The West Was Won [Live] 8.9
2007 Live At Knebworth [DVD] 8
2007 Mothership [Compilation] 8.9
2012 Celebration Day [DVD] 9.2
2012 Celebration Day [Live] 8.6

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It's an actual challenge to review an album like this one, a classic album made by one of those unforgettable bands, so I swear I'll do my best.

Led Zeppelin released this jewel in 1971 (November 8th to be precise). It's a marvelous album,...   Review by Herzebeth ››

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