Atlantic Records publish ‘Led Zeppelin’ their eponymous debut album featuring ‘Good Times Bad Times’ and ‘How Many More Times’ (1969)

‘Led Zeppelin’ is their eponymous debut album produced by Jimmy Page and released on January 12, 1969 by Atlantic Records.

Track Listing : 1.Good Times Bad Times (John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page) – 02:44 . 2.Babe I’M Gonna Leave You (Anne Bredon, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant) – 06:40 . 3.You Shook Me (Willie Dixon, J. B. Lenoir) – 06:30 . 4.Dazed And Confused (Jimmy Page) – 06:26 . 5.Your Time Is Gonna Come (John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page) – 04:34 . 6.Black Mountain Side (Jimmy Page) – 02:13 . 7.Communication Breakdown (John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page) – 02:29 . 8.I Can’T Quit You Baby (Willie Dixon) – 04:43 . 9.How Many More Times (John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page) – 08:28

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Musicians : Jimmy Page – Acoustic, Electric And Pedal Steel Guitar, Backing Vocals . Robert Plant – Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Occasional Bass . John Bonham – Drums, Timpani, Percussion, Backing Vocals . John Paul Jones – Bass Guitar, Organ, Backing Vocals . Viram Jasani – Tabla On (6)

Production : Produced By Jimmy Page . Glyn Johns – Engineer, Mixing . Barry Diament – Mastering

Package : Chris Dreja – Back Cover Photography . George Hardie asterisques RVM – Cover Design

Recorded September – October 1968 At Olympic Studios, London.

Released On January 12, 1969 By Atlantic Records.


Rolling Stone
It would seem that, if they’re to help fill the void created by the demise of Cream, they will have to find a producer (and editor) and some material worthy of their collective attention. […]
The album isn’t bad in any sense, just in the year 2006, it’s datedand nothing special. The album gets a 3 in the end; it’s a singularly great album, dampened by the fact that when taken in today’s context, it just doesn’t stack up. […]

Scott’s Rock and Soul Album Reviews
Recorded over a sweat soaked 30 hours and featuring nine songs that basically comprised their set list at the time, Led Zeppelin I is the band’s rawest and most blues-based studio recording. Page’s guitar is on fire throughout, Bonham’s drums thunder away in awe-inspiring fashion, Jones plays some terrific bass guitar and keyboardsand Plant’s high-pitched vocal wail, with many a “baby baby” lyric, became the template for all future hard rock singers […]



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