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LED ZEPPELIN Album covers and LP Discography

This is the complete vinyl discography of LED ZEPPELIN and lists all albums of LED ZEPPELIN released on vinyl LP, click on the links of the album--name to see the complete details of each record

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LED ZEPPELIN - Coda (Bonzo's Montreux!)

Coda is the ninth and final studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released in 1982. This collection of outtakes from various sessions during Led Zeppelin's twelve-year career was released two years after the group had officially disbanded following the death of drummer John Bonham. The word coda, meaning a passage that ends a musical piece following the main body, was therefore chosen as a title.
 

   

LED ZEPPELIN - Good Times Bad Times / Communication Breakdown 7" PS Single

 "Good Times Bad Times" is a song by English rock band Led Zeppelin, featured as the opening track on their 1969 debut album Led Zeppelin.

For the lead guitar solo, guitarist Jimmy Page passed his Fender Telecaster guitar through a Leslie speaker to create a swirling effect.This type of speaker contains a rotating paddle and was designed for a Hammond organ. However, guitars could be used with it. George Harrison and Eric Clapton employed this technique on the Cream song "Badge", and Harrison used it in several of The Beatles' recordings. In an interview he gave to Guitar World magazine in 1993,

   

LED ZEPPELIN - Houses Of The Holy

"Houses of the Holy" is the fifth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released by Atlantic Records on 28 March 1973. The album title is a dedication by the band to their fans who appeared at venues they dubbed "Houses of the Holy." It was the first Led Zeppelin album (apart from their fourth album) to not officially be titled after the band. It was also the first of the band's albums to be composed of completely original material. It represents a musical turning point for Led Zeppelin, as they began to use more layering and production techniques in recording their songs

   
LED ZEPPELIN - Houses Of The Holy

LED ZEPPELIN - Houses Of The Holy

"Houses of the Holy" is the fifth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released by Atlantic Records on 28 March 1973. The album title is a dedication by the band to their fans who appeared at venues they dubbed "Houses of the Holy." It was the first Led Zeppelin album (apart from their fourth album) to not officially be titled after the band. It was also the first of the band's albums to be composed of completely original material. It represents a musical turning point for Led Zeppelin, as they began to use more layering and production techniques in recording their songs

   
LED ZEPPELIN - Immigrant Song / Hey, Hey what can i Do 7" PS Single

LED ZEPPELIN - Immigrant Song / Hey, Hey what can i Do 7" PS Single

The "Immigrant Song" is famous for its distinctive, wailing cry from vocalist Robert Plant at the beginning of the song, and is built around a repeating, staccato Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones/John Bonham riff in the key of F# minor. There is a very faint count-off the beginning of the track with lots of hiss which appears on the album version, but is trimmed from the single version. The hiss is feedback from an echo unit.

   
LED ZEPPELIN - in Through the Out Door

LED ZEPPELIN - in Through the Out Door

The original LP version of this album featured an unusual gimmick: the album had an outer sleeve which was made to look like a plain brown paper bag, and the LP record sleeve proper featured black and white line artwork which, if washed with a wet brush, would become permanently fully coloured.
 

   
LED ZEPPELIN - 1st + 2nd LED ZEPPELIN
LED ZEPPELIN - 1st + 2nd LED ZEPPELIN    

Atlantic K 40031

LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin I UK

LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin I UK 1969 UK

Atlantic 0920078

Titled

Led Zeppelin - LED ZEPPELIN I Self-Titled First Album (France)

Led Zeppelin is the debut album of the English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was recorded in October 1968 at Olympic Studios in London and released on Atlantic Records on 12 January 1969 in the United States and 31 March 1969 in the United Kingdom. The album featured integral contributions from each of the group's four musicians and established Led Zeppelin's fusion of blues and rock. Led Zeppelin also created a large and devoted following for the band, with their take on the emerging heavy metal sound endearing them to a section of the counterculture on both sides of the Atlantic.

   
LED ZEPPELIN - LED ZEPPELIN I Self-Titled First Album (Germany)    
LED ZEPPELIN - LED ZEPPELIN I Self-Titled First Album (USA)    

Atlantic SD 19127

 

LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin II Gatefold

is the second studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released in October 1969 on Atlantic Records. Recording sessions for the album took place at several locations in the United Kingdom and North America from January to August 1969.

1969 USA
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II (France)
LED ZEPPELIN - LED ZEPPELIN II (France)    
LED ZEPPELIN - LED ZEPPELIN II    
Atlantic 2401-002
Led Zeppelin III (GT Britain) Spinning wheel Cover

LED ZEPPELIN - LED ZEPPELIN III (GT Britain) Spinning wheel Cover
 
 "Led Zeppelin III" is the third album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was recorded between January and July 1970 and released on 5 October 1970 by Atlantic Records. Composed largely at a remote cottage in Wales known as Bron-Yr-Aur, this work represented a maturing of the band's music towards a greater emphasis on folk and acoustic sounds. This surprised many fans and critics, and upon its release the album received rather indifferent reviews. Although it is not one of the highest sellers in Zeppelin's catalogue, Led Zeppelin III is now generally praised, and acknowledged as representing an important milestone in the band's history.

 

   
LED ZEPPELIN - III Spinning Wheel Gimmick Cover    
LED ZEPPELIN - LED ZEPPELIN III (France) 1st Pressing / Release    

Atlantic 940.051
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin III (France)
LED ZEPPELIN - LED ZEPPELIN III (France)    

Atlantic K 60008 / Superhype Music

LED ZEPPELIN - IV UK

This album "LED ZEPPELIN - IV UK" was released on 8 November 1971. No title is printed on the album, so it is usually referred to as Led Zeppelin IV, following the naming standard used by the band's first three studio albums. The album has alternatively been referred to as , Four Symbols, The Fourth Album , Untitled, Runes, The Hermit, and ZoSo, the latter of which is derived from the symbol used by Jimmy Page for the album sleeve.

1971 UK

Atlantic HATS 421-81

This album "LED ZEPPELIN - IV ZOSO Spain FOC Gatefold" was released on 8 November 1971. No title is printed on the album, so it is usually referred to as Led Zeppelin IV

LED ZEPPELIN - IV ZOSO Spain FOC Gatefold

This album "LED ZEPPELIN - IV ZOSO Spain FOC Gatefold" was released on 8 November 1971. No title is printed on the album, so it is usually referred to as "Led Zeppelin IV"

 

Spain

LED ZEPPELIN - LED ZEPPELIN IV    

Price 29.95€

LED ZEPPELIN - Physical Graffiti

 "Physical Graffiti" is the sixth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released on 24 February 1975 as a double album. Recording sessions for the album were initially disrupted when bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones considered leaving the band. After reuniting at Headley Grange, the band wrote and recorded eight songs, the combined length of which stretched the album beyond the typical length of an LP. This prompted the band to make Physical Graffiti a double album by including previously unreleased tracks from earlier recording sessions.

  Germany
LED ZEPPELIN - Physical Graffiti (France)    
LED ZEPPELIN - Presence    
LED ZEPPELIN - The Song Remain the Same
LED ZEPPELIN - The Song Remain the Same    
       
 
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