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Your Top 10 Led Zeppelin Songs

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Las mejores canciones de Led Zeppelin.

1.-Kashmir

Disco: Physical Graffiti. 1975

89 veces interpretada en directo.

2.-Stairway to heaven

Disco: Led Zeppelin IV. 1971

195 veces interpretada en directo.

3.-Achilles last stand

Disco: Presence. 1976

50 veces interpretada en directo

4.-The Rover

Disco: Physical Graffiti. 1975

37 veces interpretada en directo (siempre como introducción, nunca completa)

5.-In the evening

Disco: ITOD. 1979

17 veces interpretada en directo

6.-When the levee breaks

Disco: Led Zeppelin IV. 1971

3 veces interpretada en directo

7.-Whole lotta love

Disco: Led Zeppelin II. 1969

201 veces interpretada en directo

8.-In my time of dying

Disco: Physical Graffiti. 1975

60 veces interpretada en directo

9.-Trampled under foot

Disco: Physical Graffitti. 1975

70 veces interpretada en directo

10.-No Quarter

Disco: Houses of the Holy. 1973

103 veces interpretada en directo

11.- Since i´ve been loving you

Disco: Led Zeppelin III. 1970

192 veces interpretada en directo

12.-Tea for one

Disco: Presence. 1976

0 veces interpretada en directo

13.-All of my love

Disco: ITOD. 1979

13 veces interpretada en directo

14.-Going to california

Disco: Led Zeppelin IV. 1971

83 veces interpretada en directo

15.-Rock and roll

Disco: Led Zeppelin IV. 1971

168 veces interpretada en directo

16.-The Song remains the same

Disco: Houses of the Holy. 1973

137 veces interpretada en directo

17.-Thank You

Disco: Led Zeppelin II. 1969

49 veces interpretada en directo

18.-Dazed and confused

Disco: Led Zeppelin I. 1969

212 veces interpretada en directo

19.-Heartbreaker

Disco: Led Zeppelin II. 1969

152 veces interpretada en directo

20.-Tangerine

Disco: Led Zeppelin III. 1970

31 veces interpretada en directo

21.-The Rain Song

Disco: Houses of the Holy. 1973

111 veces interpretada en directo

22.-Black dog

Disco: Led Zeppelin IV. 1971

161 veces interpretada en directo

23.-Moby dick

Disco: Led Zeppelin II. 1969

159 veces interpretada en directo

24.-Houses of the Holy

Disco: Physical Graffiti. 1975

0 veces interpretada en directo

25.-The Battle of evermore

Disco: Led Zeppelin IV. 1971

35 veces interpretada en directo

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this could change tomorrow, if asked again

Ditto, this is tough! #1 stays pretty constant, but 2-10 are subject to be interchanged with the rest of the Zeppelin catalogue. :D

1) Over the Hills and Far Away

2) Tangerine

3) How Many More Times

4) Ramble On

5) Gallows Pole

6) White Summer/Black Mountain Side

7) When the Levee Breaks

8) Kashmir

9) The Rain Song

10) Whole Lotta Love

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Ditto, this is tough! #1 stays pretty constant, but 2-10 are subject to be interchanged with the rest of the Zeppelin catalogue. :D

1) Over the Hills and Far Away

2) Tangerine

3) How Many More Times

4) Ramble On

5) Gallows Pole

6) White Summer/Black Mountain Side

7) When the Levee Breaks

8) Kashmir

9) The Rain Song

10) Whole Lotta Love

...OTHAFA is your number one...interesting....what is it about that tune that makes it your favorite? (not judging, just interested and intrigued...cheers)

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...OTHAFA is your number one...interesting....what is it about that tune that makes it your favorite? (not judging, just interested and intrigued...cheers)

Love these discussions - I'll try my best to explain. ^_^

OTHAFA was the first Zeppelin song that I fell absolutely head over heels for, the very first time I listened to it. It took me a bit to really start appreciating some of the more blues-oriented, improvisational songs... I say all the time that LZ has helped me mature as a music listener. But OTHAFA stuck with me from the beginning.

I guess what stands out the most to me are all of the contrasts in the song (I guess my username is appropriate :lol:). It's a song I can relax to and rock out to at the same time - it's all at once romantic and cynical, adventurous and pondering, joyous and melancholy, etc. (at least, that's how I interpret it). I also mentioned in the producer thread that it's (in my opinion) one of the most beautifully arranged/produced songs that's ever been recorded - a perfect demonstration of musicality from all the band members. Not to mention, of course, the great spontaneity and urgency that's present for the live versions.

I also have a soft spot for that introduction and its connection to White Summer; I originally got into Zeppelin after watching a video of Jimmy performing WS/BMS. When it comes down to it, I think it's that nostalgia that keeps OTHAFA as my #1. :)

I love your list, any of your choices could easily be in my top ten on any given day. I'm interested as to why you ranked Down By the Seaside so highly (I love it too, just curious as to your reasons). Cheers! :drinks:

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Love these discussions - I'll try my best to explain. ^_^

OTHAFA was the first Zeppelin song that I fell absolutely head over heels for, the very first time I listened to it. It took me a bit to really start appreciating some of the more blues-oriented, improvisational songs... I say all the time that LZ has helped me mature as a music listener. But OTHAFA stuck with me from the beginning.

I guess what stands out the most to me are all of the contrasts in the song (I guess my username is appropriate :lol:). It's a song I can relax to and rock out to at the same time - it's all at once romantic and cynical, adventurous and pondering, joyous and melancholy, etc. (at least, that's how I interpret it). I also mentioned in the producer thread that it's (in my opinion) one of the most beautifully arranged/produced songs that's ever been recorded - a perfect demonstration of musicality from all the band members. Not to mention, of course, the great spontaneity and urgency that's present for the live versions.

I also have a soft spot for that introduction and its connection to White Summer; I originally got into Zeppelin after watching a video of Jimmy performing WS/BMS. When it comes down to it, I think it's that nostalgia that keeps OTHAFA as my #1. :)

I love your list, any of your choices could easily be in my top ten on any given day. I'm interested as to why you ranked Down By the Seaside so highly (I love it too, just curious as to your reasons). Cheers! :drinks:

Beautifully written. You;d make a great music reviewer!.....

Re: "Down By The Seaside", it was one of the first tunes that had me glued to PG when it came out. That song was kinda unique with the tremolo guitar and keys playing off each other to Bonhams "summery" beat. It just shuffled nicely along until that funky breakdown that took the song in a completely different direction before returning back to it's origin. Brilliant song writing and I wish I could go back and be a fly on the wall during this one.

Back then it was all about the music for me.

But as I got older and started to take notice of Plant, more for his lyric writing, and not just for his voice as an added instrument, I took notice of certain lyrics and lines. In this song he is almost profit-like with the line....."and show your love for Lady Nature, and she will come back again" ......... It's what a lot of people are hopeful for today so many years later. Knowing what we know about Plant now, this line doesn't surprise me but I wonder if people were really listening back in the the late 70's.

You mentioned "The Rain Song" in your list. Another great choice and possibly one of Plant's best lyrical works. That is another beauty.

Great talking with ya! Next time I listen to OTHAFA I will be thinking of this conversation...cheers LAS

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Beautifully written. You;d make a great music reviewer!.....

:lol: I don't know about that, but thank you. The English major nerd in me tends to come out, especially when I'm writing on one of my favorite topics!

Great review of Down By the Seaside. Even though emotional response to music is obviously a very personal and unique thing, it can be very enlightening to discuss these songs with fellow Zep fans - you put into words a lot of reasons why I enjoy DBTS. That's a fantastic point that you make about Plant and his lyrics. I also tend to focus on instrumentation first, but certainly the lyrics are a major component of why I enjoy OTHAFA. Now, I will also listen to DBTS in a different light. :)

Saw your inquiry on Meet and Greet regarding my background as a classical musician and The Rain Song/Kashmir. I could easily hijack a few threads with my love for those two songs, so I'll send you a message. Looking forward to more great music conversation, cheers!

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Gosh, this is hard but here's mine:

1- The Rain Song

2- Misty Mountain Hop

3- Immigrant Song

4- What Is And What Should Never Be

5- When The Levee Breaks

6- Ten Years Gone

7- Trampled Under Foot

8- How Many More Times

9- Ramble On

10- Sick Again

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Thank you Dallas Knebs :)

I actually think the more 'obvious' ones eg. Whole Lotta Love, Stairway, Dazed etc are my least favourite. Probably because they're over done though, I guess.

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My list:

1. Immigrant Song

2. Over the Hills and Far Away

3. Dazed and Confused

4. Kashmir

5. No Quarter

6. Nobody's Fault But Mine

7. The Rain Song

8. Going to California

9. That's The Way

10. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You

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For now, in no particular order B)

01. Houses OF The Holy

02. Achilles Last Stand

03. Sick Again

04. Carouselambra

05. No Quarter

06. Out On The Tiles

07. Over The Hills And Far Away

08. When The Levee Breaks

09. Ramble On

10. Trampled Under Foot

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Absolutely depends on how i'm feeling, so based on my current mood.... (not including any live stuff, that would make it far too difficult!):

1. Whole Lotta Love

2. Kashmir

3. When The Levee Breaks

4. Stairway

5. Custard Pie

6. Since I've Been Loving You

7. Four Sticks

8. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp

9. Wearing And Tearing

10.I Can't Quit You Baby

I love the variation in all the favourites on these pages, testament to the awesomeness of this legendary band!

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  1. Ramble On
  2. Bring It On Home
  3. Travelling Riverside Blues
  4. The Lemon Song
  5. Kashmir
  6. Good Times Bad Times
  7. Since I've Been Loving You
  8. In My Time of Dying
  9. The Ocean
  10. What Is And What Should Never Be

Every song after Ramble On normally changes depending on my mood, though

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1) Whole Lotta Love (HTWWW)

2) When the Levee Breaks

3) No Quarter (Celebration Day)

4) Dazed and Confused (HTWWW or TSRTS)

5) In my Time of Dying

6) Boogie with Stu

7) Ten Years Gone

8) Trampled Underfoot

9) Immigrant Song (HTWWW)

10) Dancing Days (HTWWW)

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This week's Top Ten Zeppelin songs from officially released CDs:

KASHMIR from the O2

IMTOD from the O2

THE ROVER from PG

FOR YOUR LIFE from the O2

TSRTS from TSRTS

OTHAFA from TSRTS

NO QUARTER from TSRTS

WE'RE GONNA GROOVE from Coda

FOUR STICKS from LZ IV

NOBODY'S FAULT BUT MINE from Presence

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There is no top 10,I love them all and every day have a favorite!

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and I have gotten I only like to watch the videos,they would make a fortune if they let some of them out,do you think they have any professional ones?

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My top ten lately have been:

1. OTHAFA from MSG 1973

2. Going to California from Earls Court 1975

3. SRTS from Listen to This Eddie

4. Whole Lotta Love from Knebworth 1979

5. Nobody's Fault But Mine Knebworth

6. For Your Life from Celebration Day

7. Kashmir ...all versions

8. The Ocean from MSG 1973

9. No Quarter all versions

10. Ramble On - the original one

Edited by JLee93

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My top ten:

1.The Rover

2.Kashmir

3.Achilles Last Stand

4.Black Dog

5.Since I`ve Been Loving You

6.In the Light

7.When the Levee Breaks

8.Hearthbreaker

9.Stairway to Heaven

10.No Quarter

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I'm going to update my list:

1. SIBLY - TSRTS

2. The Wanton Song

3. The Lemon Song

4. The Rain Song

5. What Is And What Should Never Be

6. I Can't Quit You Baby - BBC Sessions

7. Tea For One

8. Boogie Mama - From WWL medley - HTWWW

9. I'm Goin' Down - From WWL medley -HTWWW

10.No Quarter - Part 2 EC 1975

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As of today:

How Many More Times

Friends

Tangerine

Battle of Evermore

Rain Song

No Quarter

Kashmir

In The Light

Achilles Last Stand

Carouselambra

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1. Immigrant Song

2. In My Time of Dying

3. When the Levee Breaks

4. Bring It On Home

5. In the Light

6. The Wanton Song

7. The Crunge

8. In the Evening

9. Royal Orleans

10. Swan Song

Edited by ZeppMan93

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1. Dazed and Confused (How the West Was Won)

2. Since I've Been Loving You (SRTS version)

3. Kashmir

4. I'm Gonna Crawl

5. Houses of the Holy

6. Dancing Days

7. Bron-A-Yur

8. Sick Again

9. Swan Song (complete from Brutal Artistry)

10. Wearing and Tearing

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My first post here.

A top 30 would be more appropiate since picking just 10 is ridiculously hard.

01.- The Rover

02.- Kashmir

03.- Since I've Been Loving You

04.- Custard Pie

05.- Good Times Bad Times

06.- When The Levee Breaks

07.- What Is And What Should Never Be

08.- Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)

09.- Dazed And Confused

10.- Rock And Roll

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