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LED ZEPPELIN II
Atlantic SD 8236 (U.S.) / 588 198 (U.K.)
Jimmy Page: Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals
Robert Plant: Lead Vocals, Harmonica
John Bonham: Drums, Backing Vocals
John Paul Jones: Bass, Organ, Backing Vocals

1. Whole Lotta Love 5:34 (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
Recorded in May 4-6, 1969 at Sunset Sound, Los Angeles & June 1969, Olympic Studios, London. Engineered by George Chkiantz.
2. What Is And What Should Never Be 4:44 (Page/Plant)
Recorded in June 1969 at Groove Studios, New York & June 1969, Olympic Studios, London. Engineered by George Chkiantz.
3. The Lemon Song 6:20 (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
Recorded in May 4-6, 1969 at Mirror Sound, Los Angeles & Aug. 5, 1969 at Mystic Studios, Los Angeles. Engineered Chris Huston.
4. Thank You 3:50 (Page/Plant)
Recorded in June 1969 at Morgan Studios, London. Engineered by Andy Johns.
5. Heartbreaker 4:15 (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
Recorded in May 30-31, 1969 at A&R Studios, New York. Engineered by Eddie Kramer.
6. Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman) 2:40 (Page/Plant)
Recorded in June 25, 1969 at Morgan Studios, London. Engineered by Andy Johns.
7. Ramble On 4:35 (Page/Plant)
Recorded in June 1969 at Juggy Sound Studio, New York. Engineered by Eddie Kramer.
8. Moby Dick 4:25 (Bonham/Jones/Page)
Recorded in May 4-6, 1969 at Mirror Sound, Los Angeles & June 1969 at Mayfair Studios, New York. Engineered by Chris Huston.
9. Bring It On Home 4:19 (Page/Plant)
Recorded in Aug. 5, 1969, Mystic Studios, Los Angeles. Harmonica recorded May 10, 1969, Vancouver. Engineered by Eddie Kramer.

Length: 41:24

Mixed in August 29-30, 1969 at A&R Studios, New York
Engineered by: Eddie Kramer

Produced by Jimmy Page
Executive Producer: Peter Grant

Artwork: David Juniper

1990 CD Mastering: Barry Diament
Remastering: George Marino

DELUXE EDITION BONUS DISC

1. Whole Lotta Love (Rough mix with vocal) 5:38 (Bonham/Dixon/Jones/Page/Plant)
2. What Is And What Should Never Be (Rough mix with vocals) 4:33 (Page/Plant)
3. Thank You (Backing track) 4:21 (Page/Plant)
4. Heartbreaker (Rough mix with vocal) 4:24 (Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant)
5. Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman) (Backing Track) 3:08 (Page/Plant)
6. Ramble On (Rough mix with vocal) 4:43 (Page/Plant)
7. Moby Dick (Backing track) 1:37 (Bonham/Jones/Page)
8. La La (Intro/Outro rough mix) 4:07 (Jones/Page)

Length: 32:39

2014 remastered CD engineering: John Davis

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Led Zeppelin History

May 31, 1948 - John Henry Bonham was born at Redditch, Worchestershire
May xx, 1969 - The band’s debut album enters the US Top 10
May xx, 1969 - Recording sessions for Led Zeppelin II begin
May xx, 1970 - The band works on new material at Bron-Y-Aur
May 03, 1971 - Richard Cole jams on Whole Lotta Love playing congas
May xx, 1972 - Houses Of The Holy recording sessions on location at Stargroves and Olympic studios
May 27, 1972 - Warm-up gigs kick off in Holland for an upcoming American tour
May 04, 1973 - Led Zeppelin gross nearly $250,000 for their performance in Atlanta, GA
May 05, 1973 - 56,800 attend the second show of the 1973 US tour at Tampa. This sets a record for the largest attendance for a one-act performance, previously held by the Beatlesfor their Shea Stadium show in 1965
May 10, 1974 - Swan Song Records is officially launched
May 11, 1974 - Led Zeppelin attend an Elvis concert and are thrilled when Elvis announces that Led Zeppelin is in the building
May 10, 1975 - Showco ships their PA system and video screens for the Earls Court shows from Dallas to London
May 23, 1976 - Page and Plant join Bad Company onstage at the LA Forum
May 21, 1977 - The Houston Summit claims $500,000 in damages to their venue caused by rowdy fans
May xx, 1978 - The band reunite at Clearwater Castle to rehearse
May 22, 1979 - It is officially announce that Led Zeppelin will headline at the Knebworth Festival in August
May 15, 1980 - After many revisions the European tour dates are finalized and the band is scheduled to open in Germany
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