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John Bonham: drums, timpani, backing vocals
John Paul Jones: bass guitar, organ, keyboards, backing vocals, synthesizer, mandolin, recorders, harpsichord, Mellotron
Jimmy Page: acoustic, electric, and pedal steel guitar, backing vocals, banjo, mandolin, theremin, production
Robert Plant: lead vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar on Boogie with Stu

Sandy Denny: vocals on The Battle of Evermore
Viram Jasani: tabla on Black Mountain Side
Ian Stewart: piano on Rock and Roll and Boogie with Stu

Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin II

Led Zeppelin III


Houses Of The Holy

Physical Graffiti


The Song Remains The Same

In Through The Out Door

1. Baby Come On Home 4:29 (Page/Plant/Bert Berns)
Recorded on October 10, 1968 at Olympic Studios, London. Engineered by Glyn Johns. Mixed at Atlantic Studios, November 1992 by Mike Fraser.

2. Travelling Riverside Blues 5:09 (Page/Plant/Robert Johnson)
Recorded and broadcast on June 23, 1969 for the "John Peel's Top Gear" radio show. Produced by Joh Walters for the BBC. Released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises, Ltd.

3. White Summer/Black Mountain Side 8:01 (Page)
Recorded and broadcast live on June 27, 1969 at London's Playhouse Theatre for the "Playhouse Theatre Over Radio One" show. Produced by Jeff Griffin for the BBC. Engineered by Tony Wilson. Released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises, Ltd.

4. Hey Hey What Can I Do 3:56 (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
Recorded in July 1970 at Island Studios, London. Engineered by Andy Johns. Mixed at Island Studios with Andy Johns.

Length: 568:05

Peter Grant: Executive Producer on original recordings

John Walters: Producer (''Travelling Riverside Blues")

Jeff Griffin: Producer (''White Summer/Black Mountain Side")

John C. F. Davis: Remastering

Eric Spillman: Art Direction and Design

Eric Altenburger: Art Direction and Design

Richard Bates: Art Direction and Design

Ross Halfin: Photography Research

Chuck Boyd: Photography

Richard Creamer: Photography

Jim Cummins: Photography

Chris Dreja: Photography (Led Zeppelin)

Elliott Erwitt: Photography (Physical Graffiti)

BP Fallon: Photography (Physical Graffiti)

Jim Marshall: Photography

Mike Mayer: Photography

Barry Plummer: Photography

Neal Preston: Photography

Michael Putland: Photography

Jay Thompson: Photography

Neil Zlozower: Photography

Maurice Tate: Photo Tinting (Physical Graffiti)

Barrington Colby: Illustrations (Untitled)

Dave Heffernan: Illustrations (Physical Graffiti)

George Hardie: Packaging and Design (Led Zeppelin, Presence)

David Juniper: Packaging and Design (Led Zeppelin II)

Zacron: Packaging and Design (Led Zeppelin III)

Graphreaks: Packaging and Design (Untitled)

Hipgnosis: Packaging and Design (Houses of the Holy, Presence, In Through the Out Door, and Coda)

Mike Doud: Packaging and Design (Physical Graffiti)

Peter Corriston: Packaging and Design (Physical Graffiti)

Cameron Crowe: Liner Notes

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This Month in
Led Zeppelin History

February 7, 1962 - Deborah Bonham, sister to John, was born in Redditch, Worcestershire, England
February 23, 1966 - Warren Grant, son of Peter, was born.
February xx, 1969 - Led Zeppelin enters the Billboard Top 40
February 16, 1969 - Led Zeppelin wrap up their first American tour in Baltimore, MD.
February 07, 1970 - Edinburgh gig cancelled after Plant receives facial injuries in a car accident
February 28, 1970 - The band performs as "The Nobs" in Copenhagen after threat of legal action from Countess Von Zeppelin
February xx, 1971 - John Paul Jones involved in legal issues regarding a musician who shares the same name
February xx, 1971 - Overdubs for the fourth album are recorded at Island Studios
February 14, 1972 - The band is refused admission into Singapore due to their long hair
February 16, 1972 - The Australian tour begins in Perth
February 21, 1972 - Led Zeppelin: Rock and Roll b/w Four Sticks (Atlantic 45-2865) 45 single is released in the US.
February xx, 1973 - The band makes final preparations for the European tour
February 16, 1973 - The release date for Houses Of The Holy is pushed back due to some sleeve problems
February xx, 1974 - Sessions for Physical Graffiti continue
February 14, 1974 - Page, Plant and Bonham attend a Roy Harper concert
February 04, 1975 - Zeppelin perform a last minute show at Nassau Coliseum to accomodate fans after being banned in Boston
February 24, 1975 - Physical Graffiti finally issued worldwide to phenomenal sales
February xx, 1976 - Media reports that Zeppelin are due to release an album entitled Obelisk
February xx, 1977 - Robert contracts a bout of tonsillitis postponing the American tour
February xx, 1978 - Robert Plant helps produce a record for punk band Dansette Damage
February 16, 1978 - The cases against Bonham, Cole & Grant stemming from the Oakland incident are heard and all receive suspended prison sentences and fines
February xx, 1979 - Although absent from the US stage or market, Led Zeppelin rank best in many music magazine categories
February xx, 1979 - Mixing sessions for In Through The Out Door take place at Polar Studios. Rumors fly of a European tour
February 03, 1980 - Robert joins Dave Edmund’s Rockpile at the Birmingham Top Rank
February 13, 2005 - Led Zeppelin receives a Grammy for Lifetime Achievment.
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