List of songs recorded by Led Zeppelin

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A montage of the four members of Led Zeppelin: Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones.
Clockwise, from top left: Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones

Led Zeppelin were an English rock band who recorded 108 songs during their career. Between 1969 and 1980, they released eight studio albums, one live album, and sixteen singles. After their breakup, a final studio album, three live albums, nine compilation albums, as well as deluxe editions of the original nine studio albums have been released. The band pioneered the concept of album-oriented rock and often refused to release popular songs as singles,[1] instead viewing their albums as indivisible, complete listening experiences, and disliked labels re-editing their songs for single releases.[2]

In late 1968, they began to record their first album[3] and signed with Atlantic Records that afforded them considerable artistic freedom.[4] Their first album, Led Zeppelin was released in early 1969.[5] The album contained songs that were influenced by the genres of blues, hard rock and heavy metal, and included four cover versions.[5] Singer Robert Plant originally received no writing credits due to unexpired contractual obligations resulting from his association with CBS Records.[6] Plant received writing credits on later editions of the album.[7] Their second album, Led Zeppelin II, was released later that year in October.[8] The album built upon their debut with a more direct, hard-hitting sound that has become a blueprint for heavy metal bands.[8] The opening track, "Whole Lotta Love", helped cement the group's popularity.[9] Their third album, Led Zeppelin III, was released a year later in October 1970.[10] The album marked a musical growth for the band; half of its songs were hard rockers and the other half were built upon folk and acoustic music that gave it "extra depth".[10] "Immigrant Song", released as a single, was backed by the band's only non-album single, "Hey, Hey, What Can I Do".[11] Their fourth album was released on in November 1971[12] and was untitled partly due to the rather indifferent response drawn from Led Zeppelin III; the album is commonly referred to as Led Zeppelin IV.[13] Bringing together all the genres from their previous albums,[12] the album contains some of the band's best-known songs, including "Black Dog", "Rock and Roll", "Going to California" and "Stairway to Heaven", referred to as one of the greatest rock songs of all time, and helping secure the group's popularity.[14]

The band's following albums, Houses of the Holy (1973) and Physical Graffiti (1975), continued the band's musical growth and success.[15][16] Houses of the Holy contained a wider range of musical styles, from the ballad "The Rain Song" to the funk-inspired "The Crunge",[17] while Physical Graffiti was a double album that contained new songs as well as unreleased outtakes from previous albums.[18] Their sixth album, Presence, was released in March 1976.[19] The album marked a departure from their previous albums by featuring more straight-forward, guitar-driven songs with less emphasis on musical experimentation.[1][19] Their following album, In Through the Out Door, was released in August 1979.[20] The album divided critics and fans due to its keyboard-heavy sound, a direct contrast to their previous album.[21] The album would prove to be their last as a band, as after drummer John Bonham's death on 25 September 1980, the remaining members decided to disband the group. Their final album, Coda, was released in November 1982.[22] The album is a collection of outtakes from various sessions during the band's career.[23]

Since 1980, the surviving members have sporadically collaborated and participated in one-off reunions, the most successful being the 2007 Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert, with Jason Bonham taking his late father's place behind the drums.[24] After the release of the concert film Celebration Day, Page announced the remastering of the band's discography in the form of deluxe editions.[25] The first wave of albums, Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II, and Led Zeppelin III, were released on 2 June 2014.[26] The next two albums, Led Zeppelin IV and Houses of the Holy, were released on 27 October 2014.[27] The double album, Physical Graffiti, was released on 23 February 2015, almost exactly forty years to the day after the original release.[28] The final three albums, Presence, In Through the Out Door, and Coda, were released on 31 July 2015.[29]

List[edit]

Image of the Rolling Stones performing live in 1975
Ian Stewart (centre) of the Rolling Stones played piano on two tracks, "Boogie with Stu" and "Rock and Roll".[30]
American blues musician Willie Dixon performing in 1981
Willie Dixon has a sole writing credit for two tracks, "Bring It On Home" and "I Can't Quit You Baby", and has a partial writing credit for four more, "Whole Lotta Love", "You Shook Me", "The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair", and "Sunshine Woman".
Picture of Howlin' Wolf performing in 1972
Howlin' Wolf's "Killing Floor" became the basis for Led Zeppelin's "The Lemon Song". After legal action was taken, Wolf received a co-writing credit for "The Lemon Song" under his real name, Chester Burnett.[31]
Blues musician Muddy Waters at the opening of Peaches Records & Tapes in Rockville, MD
Led Zeppelin covered Muddy Waters' "You Shook Me" on their first album.
Publicity photo of the team "Jim, Jake & Joan" c. 1960s
Jake Holmes' (centre) song "Dazed and Confused" was covered by Led Zeppelin on their first album and was originally credited to Jimmy Page solely. After legal action was taken,[32] Led Zeppelin's version is now credited to "Jimmy Page (inspired by Jake Holmes)".
Publicity portrait of Eddie Cochran for Liberty Records
Led Zeppelin's live covers of Eddie Cochran's songs "C'mon Everybody" and "Somethin' Else" were released on the Led Zeppelin DVD in 2003.
Singer Ben E. King performing in New York in 2007
Led Zeppelin performed Ben E. King's song "We're Gonna Groove" during their early concert tours. A performance from 1970 was released on Coda and the Led Zeppelin DVD.
Roy Harper performing live in September 2010
"Hats Off to (Roy) Harper" is a tribute to English folk singer Roy Harper.
Image of singer Sandy Denny from a trade ad for Fairport Connection's A Moveable Feast in 1974
English singer-songwriter Sandy Denny sang lead vocals with Robert Plant on "The Battle of Evermore".
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Key
Indicates instrumental Indicates instrumental
Indicates songs written or co-written by others and traditional songs Indicates songs written or co-written by others and traditional songs
Indicates Deluxe Edition track only Indicates Deluxe Edition track only
* Indicates boxed set track only
Name of song, writer(s), original release, and year of release
Song Writer(s) Original release Year Ref.
"10 Ribs & All/Carrot Pod Pod"[a] double-dagger Hash-tag John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Presence (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [33]
"Achilles Last Stand" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Presence 1976 [34]
"All My Love" John Paul Jones
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door 1979 [20]
"Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" Anne Bredon[b]
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant[c] dagger
Led Zeppelin 1969 [36]
"Baby Come On Home" * Bert Berns
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant dagger
Led Zeppelin Boxed Set 2 1993 [37]
"Bathroom Sound"[d] double-dagger Hash-tag John Bonham
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin III (Deluxe Edition) 2014 [39]
"The Battle of Evermore"[e] Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin IV 1971 [12]
"Black Country Woman" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [40]
"Black Dog" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin IV 1971 [12]
"Black Mountain Side" double-dagger Jimmy Page Led Zeppelin 1969 [41]
"Blot"[f] Hash-tag John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [42]
"Bonzo's Montreux" double-dagger John Bonham Coda 1982 [22]
"Boogie with Stu" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Ian Stewart
Mrs. Valens dagger
Physical Graffiti 1975 [40]
"Brandy & Coke"[g] Hash-tag John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [44]
"Bring It On Home" Willie Dixon[h] dagger Led Zeppelin II 1969 [46]
"Bron-Y-Aur Stomp" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin III 1970 [47]
"Bron-Yr-Aur" double-dagger Jimmy Page Physical Graffiti 1975 [48]
"Candy Store Rock" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Presence 1976 [49]
"Carouselambra" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door 1979 [20]
"Celebration Day" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin III 1970 [50]
"Communication Breakdown" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant[c]
Led Zeppelin 1969 [41]
"The Crunge" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Houses of the Holy 1973 [51]
"Custard Pie" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [52]
"C'mon Everybody" Jerry Capehart
Eddie Cochran dagger
Led Zeppelin DVD 2003 [53]
"Dancing Days" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Houses of the Holy 1973 [54]
"Darlene" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Coda 1982 [22]
"Dazed and Confused" Jimmy Page (inspired by Jake Holmes)[i] dagger Led Zeppelin 1969 [36]
"Desire"[j] Hash-tag Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Coda (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [55]
"Down by the Seaside" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [48]
"Driving Through Kashmir"[g] Hash-tag John Bonham
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [56]
"D'yer Mak'er" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Houses of the Holy 1973 [54]
"The Epic[f] Hash-tag John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [42]
"Everybody Makes It Through"[g] Hash-tag John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [56]
"Fool in the Rain" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door 1979 [20]
"For Your Life" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Presence 1976 [34]
"Four Sticks" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin IV 1971 [12]
"Four Hands[j] Hash-tag Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Coda (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [55]
"Friends" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin III 1970 [50]
"Gallows Pole" Traditional, arr. by Jimmy Page & Robert Plant dagger Led Zeppelin III 1970 [47]
"The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Sleepy John Estes
Willie Dixon
Robert Johnson[k] dagger
BBC Sessions 1997 [58]
"Going to California" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin IV 1971 [12]
"Good Times Bad Times" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant[c]
Led Zeppelin 1969 [35]
"Hats Off to (Roy) Harper" Traditional, arr. by Charles Obscure[l] dagger Led Zeppelin III 1970 [47]
"Heartbreaker" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin II 1969 [45]
"Hey, Hey, What Can I Do" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Non-album single
(B-side to "Immigrant Song")
1970 [60]
"The Hook[f] Hash-tag John Paul Jones
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [42]
"Hot Dog" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door 1979 [20]
"Hots On for Nowhere" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Presence 1976 [49]
"Houses of the Holy" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [61]
"How Many More Times" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant[c]
Led Zeppelin 1969 [41]
"I Can't Quit You Baby"[m] Willie Dixon dagger Led Zeppelin 1969 [41]
"If It Keeps On Raining"[j] Hash-tag John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Memphis Minnie
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant dagger
Coda (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [62]
"I'm Gonna Crawl" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door 1979 [20]
"Immigrant Song" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin III 1970 [50]
"In My Time of Dying" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [52]
"In the Evening" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door 1979 [20]
"In the Light" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [48]
"Jennings Farm Blues"[d] double-dagger Hash-tag Jimmy Page Led Zeppelin III (Deluxe Edition) 2014 [39]
"Kashmir" John Bonham
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [61]
"Key to the Highway/Trouble in Mind"[d] Hash-tag Big Bill Broonzy
Charlie Segar
Richard M. Jones dagger
Led Zeppelin III (Deluxe Edition) 2014 [39]
"LA Drone" double-dagger John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
How the West Was Won 2003 [63]
"La La"[n] double-dagger Hash-tag John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Led Zeppelin II (Deluxe Edition) 2014 [64]
"The Lemon Song" John Bonham
Chester Burnett a.k.a. Howlin' Wolf[o]
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant dagger
Led Zeppelin II 1969 [67]
"Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman)" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin II 1969 [45]
"Misty Mountain Hop" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin IV 1971 [12]
"Moby Dick" double-dagger John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Led Zeppelin II 1969 [45]
"Night Flight" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [40]
"Nobody's Fault but Mine" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Presence 1976 [49]
"No Quarter" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Houses of the Holy 1973 [54]
"The Ocean" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Houses of the Holy 1973 [54]
"Out on the Tiles" John Bonham
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin III 1970 [50]
"Over the Hills and Far Away" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Houses of the Holy 1973 [51]
"Ozone Baby" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Coda 1982 [22]
"Poor Tom" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Coda 1982 [22]
"The Rain Song" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Houses of the Holy 1973 [51]
"Ramble On" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin II 1969 [45]
"Rock and Roll" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin IV 1971 [12]
"The Rover" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [52]
"Royal Orleans" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Presence 1976 [34]
"Sick Again" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [40]
"Since I've Been Loving You" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin III 1970 [50]
"Somethin' Else" Bob Cochran
Sharon Sheeley dagger
BBC Sessions 1997 [57]
"The Song Remains the Same" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Houses of the Holy 1973 [51]
"South Bound Saurez" John Paul Jones
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door 1979 [20]
"Southbound Piano”[f] Hash-tag John Paul Jones
Robert Plant
In Through the Out Door (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [42]
"St. Tristan's Sword"[j] double-dagger Hash-tag Jimmy Page Coda (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [55]
"Stairway to Heaven" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin IV 1971 [12]
"Sugar Mama[j] Hash-tag Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Coda (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [62]
"Sunshine Woman" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Willie Dixon
Robert Johnson dagger
The Complete BBC Sessions 2016 [58]
"Tangerine" Jimmy Page Led Zeppelin III 1970 [47]
"Tea for One" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Presence 1976 [49]
"Ten Years Gone" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [48]
"Thank You" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin II 1969 [65]
"That's the Way" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin III 1970 [47]
"Trampled Under Foot" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [61]
"Travelling Riverside Blues" * Robert Johnson
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant dagger
Led Zeppelin Boxed Set 1990 [68]
"Two Ones Are Won"[a] Hash-tag Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Presence (Deluxe Edition) 2015 [33]
"Walter's Walk" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Coda 1982 [22]
"The Wanton Song" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Physical Graffiti 1975 [40]
"Wearing and Tearing" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Coda 1982 [22]
"We're Gonna Groove" James A. Bethea
Ben E. King dagger
Coda 1982 [22]
"What Is and What Should Never Be" Jimmy Page
Robert Plant
Led Zeppelin II 1969 [65]
"When the Levee Breaks" John Bonham
John Paul Jones
Memphis Minnie
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant dagger
Led Zeppelin IV 1971 [12]
"White Summer/Black Mountain Side" * Jimmy Page Led Zeppelin Boxed Set 1990 [68]
"Whole Lotta Love" John Bonham
Willie Dixon[p]
John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant dagger
Led Zeppelin II 1969 [67]
"You Shook Me" dagger Willie Dixon
J. B. Lenoir dagger
Led Zeppelin 1969 [35]
"Your Time Is Gonna Come" John Paul Jones
Jimmy Page
Robert Plant[c]
Led Zeppelin 1969 [41]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Bonus track on the re-issue of Presence.[29]
  2. ^ The song was originally credited to "Trad. arr. by Jimmy Page".[35] Bredon was made aware of Led Zeppelin's version and since 1990 the song has been credited to Anne Bredon, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant.[6]
  3. ^ a b c d e Plant was given a songwriting credit in later editions of the album.[7] ISWC: T-070.211.844-2
  4. ^ a b c Bonus track on the re-issue of Led Zeppelin III.[38]
  5. ^ Features guest vocals from English singer-songwriter Sandy Denny.[12]
  6. ^ a b c d Bonus track on the re-issue of In Through the Out Door.[29]
  7. ^ a b c Bonus track on the re-issue of Physical Graffiti.[43]
  8. ^ The original Led Zeppelin II album notes credit Jimmy Page and Robert Plant.[45] The 2004 reissue and subsequent releases credit Dixon solely.
  9. ^ The original Led Zeppelin album notes credit Jimmy Page solely.[35] Celebration Day and subsequent reissues credit "Jimmy Page (inspired by Jake Holmes)".[7]
  10. ^ a b c d e Bonus track on the re-issue of Coda.[29]
  11. ^ The original BBC Sessions credits Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant, and Sleepy John Estes.[57] The 2016 remastered edition includes "Contains interpolations from "Let Me Love You Baby" by Willie Dixon [and] "Travelling Riverside" by Robert Johnson" and adds Dixon and Johnson to the credits.[58]
  12. ^ Charles Obscure is a pseudonym for Jimmy Page.[59]
  13. ^ An edited live version recorded on 9 January 1970 was released on Coda in 1982.[22]
  14. ^ Bonus track on the re-issue of Led Zeppelin II.[38]
  15. ^ Originally uncredited,[65] after a lawsuit, the song co-credits Howlin' Wolf under his real name, Chester Burnett.[31][66]
  16. ^ The song contains similarities to the Willie Dixon-penned "You Need Love", first performed by Muddy Waters.[69] Originally uncredited,[65] after a lawsuit in 1985,[6] Dixon is now credited as a co-writer.

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  4. ^ Wall 2008, p. 84.
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