The discography of the English rock band Led Zeppelin consists of eight studio albums, four live albums, nine compilation albums, sixteen singles and eight music downloads. Formed in London in 1968, the group consisted of guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant, bass player John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. The band pioneered the concept of album-oriented rock and often refused to release popular songs as singles.
Led Zeppelin's second album was recorded during the precious little downtime they had on their endless 1969 world tour. It took them months to record in studios all across America and Europe, yet somehow it sounds cohesive. The track listing almost reads like a greatest hits collection: "Whole Lotta Love," "Thank You," "Heartbreaker," "What Is And What Should Never Be" and "Bring It On Home. The band's punishing tour schedule infused them with new passion and creativity, and they really learned how to function as a unit.
Led Zeppelin is the debut album by English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released on 12 January 1969 in the United States and on 31 March in the United Kingdom by Atlantic Records. The album was recorded in September and October 1968 at Olympic Studios, London, shortly after the band's formation. It contains a mix of original material worked out in the first rehearsals, and remakes and rearrangements of contemporary blues and folk songs
Led Zeppelin s/t debut album. Housed in an amazing Stoughton Printing replica jacket of the original old style tip on. Really nice. Classic Records 200 gram vinyl reissue. LED ZEPPELIN II - Original 1969 Vinyl Record Album. Record grades NM. Beautiful glossy Vinyl cleaned on a VPI machine. ATLANTIC SD 8236: 1st Pressing Stereo LP.
Led Zeppelin were performing "Dancing Days" live long before it made its official debut on Houses of the Holy: There's even a version from an entire year earlier on the How the West Was Won concert album that documents a pair of June 1972 shows. Fine-tuned by this take. 35. "Travelling Riverside Blues," Led Zeppelin (1990). But Plant delivers one of his best, and most emotional, vocals. 33. "Tangerine," Led Zeppelin III (1970). Page toyed around with "Tangerine" when he was in the Yardbirds, but finally got around to perfecting the twangy song on Led Zeppelin III, where it's tucked among other acoustic tracks on the album's folksy second side. 32. "Nobody's Fault but Mine," Presence (1976).
Zeppelin started recording the record in late 1978, when the band was at a musical crossroads, burnt out on the traditional label structure, and Robert Plant was grieving the loss of his son Karac a year before. 1. Led Zeppelin IV (1971). It feels almost impossible to rank any album other than IV at the top of this list. Just one glance at the track list-"Black Dog," "Rock and Roll," "The Battle of Evermore," "Stairway to Heaven," "When the Levee Breaks," "Misty Mountain Hop," "Four Sticks," "Going to California"-is a collection of the most essential rock tracks in music history. In fact, upon writing that sentence I didn't plan on listing every track on the record, but couldn't decide which songs to leave out.
Led Zeppelin’s first album was released on January 12, 1969. The album was recorded at Olympic Studios in London. The record reached No. 6 on the . charts and No. 10 on the . However, the song Dazed and Confused, would become a source of contention between Jimmy Page and Jake Homes who had written the original version of the song Dazed and Confused, in 1967 and released it on his debut album entitled The Above Ground Sound of Jake Holmes. 9 – Since I’ve Been Loving You. If one ever needed evidence that Led Zeppelin at its core was a blues band at heart than look no further than the track Since I’ve Been Loving You. Released on Led Zeppelin III, the song Since I’ve Been Loving You, contains one of Jimmy Page’s greatest guitar solos.
Album, 12 Январь 1969, Atlantic Records. Good Times Bad Times. Bootleg, 15 Март 1969, Empress Valley Supreme Disc.
The Beatles and Led Zeppelin both have albums that rank among the best-selling records of all time. But Zeppelin appears to have the edge. two records or two CDs) among them. The list includes Billy Joel’s Greatest Hits Volume I and Volume II and Pink Floyd’s The Wall. Both have 23 million certified sales in America.