List of cover versions of Led Zeppelin songs

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This is a list of recorded Led Zeppelin covers or samples by notable artists. It does not include bootleg or unrecorded live performances, or any unreleased demo recordings.

It includes, but is not limited to, the following:

Achilles Last Stand[edit]

"Achilles Last Stand" is the first track on Led Zeppelin's 1976 album, Presence

All My Love[edit]

"All My Love" is the sixth track on the band's 1979 album, In Through the Out Door.

The Battle of Evermore[edit]

"The Battle of Evermore" originally appeared as the third song on the untitled fourth album.

Black Dog[edit]

"Black Dog" is the first track off of the band's untitled fourth studio album.

Album versions
Samples

Bron-Y-Aur Stomp[edit]

"Bron-Y-Aur Stomp" originally featured on Led Zeppelin III.

Bron-Yr-Aur[edit]

"Bron-Yr-Aur" is an instrumental from Physical Graffiti.

Celebration Day[edit]

"Celebration Day" originally featured as the third track on Led Zeppelin III.

Communication Breakdown[edit]

"Communication Breakdown" is a song from Led Zeppelin's debut album.

The Crunge[edit]

"The Crunge" originally was released as the fourth track on Houses of the Holy.

Album versions
Samples

Custard Pie[edit]

"Custard Pie" is the first track on the first half of Physical Graffiti.

Album versions
Samples

Dancing Days[edit]

"Dancing Days" originally was released as the fifth song on Houses of the Holy.

Darlene[edit]

"Darlene" is a track from the band's final album, Coda.

  • 2002: The Section (The String Quartet Tribute to Led Zeppelin, Vol. 2)

Down by the Seaside[edit]

"Down by the Seaside" originally appeared on Physical Graffiti in 1975.

D'yer Mak'er[edit]

"D'yer Mak'er" originally was released as the sixth track on Houses of the Holy.

Fool in the Rain[edit]

"Fool in the Rain" was originally released on In Through the Out Door in 1979.

Four Sticks[edit]

"Four Sticks" is the sixth track on the untitled fourth album released in 1971.

Friends[edit]

"Friends" is the second song on Led Zeppelin III.

Going to California[edit]

Released in 1971, "Going to California" originally appeared on the untitled album as the seventh track.

Good Times Bad Times[edit]

"Good Times Bad Times" appeared on Led Zeppelin's first album.

Heartbreaker[edit]

"Heartbreaker" was originally released as the fifth track on Led Zeppelin II in 1969.

Hey Hey What Can I Do[edit]

"Hey Hey What Can I Do" was released as a B-side for the "Immigrant Song" single. It is the only Led Zeppelin song originally released only as a B-side rather than as an album track.

Hot Dog[edit]

Released in 1979, "Hot Dog" is the fourth song on In Through the Out Door.

Hots on for Nowhere[edit]

"Hots on for Nowhere" is from Presence.

Houses of the Holy[edit]

"Houses of the Holy" is featured on Physical Graffiti.

  • 2006: Joe Lesté (World's Greatest Metal Tribute to Led Zeppelin)
  • 2007: Interface (The Many Faces of Led Zeppelin [remix])
  • 2008: Pat Travers (Led Box: The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Tribute)

How Many More Times[edit]

"How Many More Times" is the ninth and final track from the first album.

Immigrant Song[edit]

"Immigrant Song" is the first track on Led Zeppelin III, released in 1970.

In the Evening[edit]

Released in 1979, "In the Evening" is from In Through the Out Door.

In the Light[edit]

"In the Light" originally was released on Physical Graffiti.

Kashmir[edit]

"Kashmir" was originally released on Physical Graffiti in 1975.

Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman)[edit]

"Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman)" was released on Led Zeppelin II, in 1969.

Misty Mountain Hop[edit]

"Misty Mountain Hop" is the fifth track on the untitled fourth album.

Moby Dick[edit]

"Moby Dick" is an instrumental from Led Zeppelin II.

Album versions
Samples

Night Flight[edit]

"Night Flight" features on Physical Graffiti.

No Quarter[edit]

"No Quarter" is the seventh track on Houses of the Holy.

Album versions
Samples
Live
  • 2011-current: Phish various live concerts

The Ocean[edit]

Released in 1973, "The Ocean" was the eighth and final track on Houses of the Holy.

Album versions
Samples
Television

Out on the Tiles[edit]

"Out on the Tiles" was released on Led Zeppelin III in 1970.

Over the Hills and Far Away[edit]

"Over the Hills and Far Away" originally was released as the third track on Houses of the Holy.

Poor Tom[edit]

"Poor Tom" is the second track on Coda.

The Rain Song[edit]

"The Rain Song" was originally released in 1973 as the second song on Houses of the Holy.

Ramble On[edit]

"Ramble On" is from Led Zeppelin II.

Rock and Roll[edit]

"Rock and Roll" is the second track off of the band's untitled fourth studio album.

The Rover[edit]

"The Rover" originally was released as the second track on Physical Graffiti.

Royal Orleans[edit]

"Royal Orleans" originally was released as the third track on Presence, in 1976.

  • 2007: Frankie Banali & Friends (24/7/365: The Tribute to Led Zeppelin)

Sick Again[edit]

"Sick Again" originally was released as the final track on Physical Graffiti.

Since I've Been Loving You[edit]

"Since I've Been Loving You" is from Led Zeppelin III.

Album versions
Samples

The Song Remains the Same[edit]

"The Song Remains the Same" is the first track on Houses of the Holy.

Stairway to Heaven[edit]

"Stairway to Heaven" originally appeared as the fourth track on the untitled fourth album.

Tangerine[edit]

"Tangerine" is from Led Zeppelin III.

Tea for One[edit]

Released in 1976, "Tea for One" is the seventh and final track on Presence.

Ten Years Gone[edit]

"Ten Years Gone" was released on Physical Graffiti in 1975.

Thank You[edit]

"Thank You" was originally released as the fourth song on Led Zeppelin II in 1969.

That's the Way[edit]

"That's the Way" was originally released on Led Zeppelin III in 1970.

Trampled Under Foot[edit]

"Trampled Under Foot" features on Physical Graffiti.

The Wanton Song[edit]

"The Wanton Song" originally appeared on Physical Graffiti in 1975.

Album versions
Samples

Wearing and Tearing[edit]

"Wearing and Tearing" is a song off of the band's final album, Coda.

What Is and What Should Never Be[edit]

"What Is and What Should Never Be" is the second song on Led Zeppelin II.

Television

When the Levee Breaks[edit]

"When the Levee Breaks" is the last song on Led Zeppelin IV.

Album versions
Samples
Media

Whole Lotta Love[edit]

"Whole Lotta Love" is the first song on Led Zeppelin II.

Album versions
Samples
Television

Your Time is Gonna Come[edit]

Released in 1969, "Your Time is Gonna Come" features on the first album.

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