kingzoso Posted February 20, 2013 Share Posted February 20, 2013 Jimmy Page and Robert Plant are the two principle song-writers on, at least, 75% of Led Zeppelin's official catalog. That is well-known. I realize all of Led Zeppelin's Music was created and produced from 1968 - 1979. However, sometimes I feel that all of Led Zeppelin song-writing credits should have been a attributted to Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham (with the exception of the songs that Jimmy brought to the band prior to the formation of Led Zeppelin). When I listen to any song from Led Zeppelin, I hear the Music and Contribution from all 4 of them. Not just Jimmy and Robert. John Paul Jones and John Bonham, to me, were just as essential to Led Zeppelin as Jimmy and Robert. As far as I know, the main song-writers are given more "royalties" then the rest of the equation. To me, that "equation" was Jimmy Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones and the Mighty John Bonham. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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