Led Zeppelin II

~ Release by Led Zeppelin (see all versions of this release, 56 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
#TitleRatingLength
A1Whole Lotta Love
engineer:
George Chkiantz
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
mixer:
Eddie Kramer (engineer)
bongos and drums (drum set):
John Bonham
electric bass guitar:
John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures)
electric guitar and theremin:
Jimmy Page
background vocals and lead vocals:
Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
additionally recorded at:
A&M Recording Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States, Mystic Sound Studio in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States and Morgan Studios (Morgan Sound Studios) in Willesden, Brent, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1969-06)
recorded at:
Olympic Studios (1966-2009) in Barnes, Richmond upon Thames, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1969-04)
mixed at:
A&R Recording Studio, room A-1 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1969-08-29 until 1969-08-30)
part of:
Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 75) and The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 128)
recording of:
Whole Lotta Love (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
additional lyricist:
Willie Dixon
writer:
John Bonham, John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures), Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
publisher:
Flames of Albion Music, Inc., Succubus Music Ltd., Superhype Music, Inc., Superhype Publishing, Inc., WB Music Corp. (1929-2019), ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) and ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部
is based on:
You Need Love
4.555:34
A2What Is and What Should Never Be
engineer:
George Chkiantz
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
mixer:
Eddie Kramer (engineer)
additionally recorded at:
Groove Sound Studios in New York, New York, United States (in 1969-06) and Mayfair Recording Studios (New York City) in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (in 1969-06)
recorded at:
Olympic Studios (1966-2009) in Barnes, Richmond upon Thames, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1969-04)
mixed at:
A&R Recording Studio, room A-1 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1969-08-29 until 1969-08-30)
recording of:
What Is and What Should Never Be (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
writer:
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
publisher:
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
44:46
A3The Lemon Song
engineer:
Chris Huston (in 1969-05)
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
mixer:
Eddie Kramer (engineer)
additionally recorded at:
A&M Recording Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (in 1969-08)
recorded at:
Mystic Sound Studio in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (in 1969-05)
mixed at:
A&R Recording Studio, room A-1 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1969-08-29 until 1969-08-30)
recording of:
The Lemon Song (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
additional writer:
Chester Arthur Burnett
writer:
John Bonham, John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures), Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
publisher:
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
version of:
Killing Floor
3.66:20
A4Thank You
engineer:
Andy Johns
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
mixer:
Stuart Epps and Eddie Kramer (engineer)
recorded at:
Morgan Studios (Morgan Sound Studios) in Willesden, Brent, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1969-06)
mixed at:
A&R Recording Studio, room A-1 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1969-09-29 until 1969-09-30)
recording of:
Thank You (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
writer:
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
publisher:
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
3.94:50
B1Heartbreaker
engineer and mixer:
Eddie Kramer (engineer)
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
additionally recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
recorded at:
A&R Recording Studios, room B-2 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1969-05-22)
mixed at:
A&R Recording Studio, room A-1 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1969-08-29 until 1969-08-30)
recording of:
Heartbreaker (Led Zeppelin song) (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
writer:
John Bonham, John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures), Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
publisher:
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
4.14:14
B2Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman)
engineer:
Andy Johns
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
mixer:
Eddie Kramer (engineer)
recorded at:
Morgan Studios (Morgan Sound Studios) in Willesden, Brent, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1969-06)
mixed at:
A&R Recording Studio, room A-1 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1969-08-29 until 1969-08-30)
recording of:
Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman) (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
writer:
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
publisher:
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
4.22:39
B3Ramble On
engineer and mixer:
Eddie Kramer (engineer)
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
additionally recorded at:
Mystic Sound Studio in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States and Morgan Studios (Morgan Sound Studios) in Willesden, Brent, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1968-06)
recorded at:
Olympic Studios (1966-2009) in Barnes, Richmond upon Thames, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
mixed at:
Olympic Studios (1966-2009) in Barnes, Richmond upon Thames, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1969-08) and A&R Recording Studio (third studio, 322 West 48th Street, closed in 1989) in New York, New York, United States (from 1969-09-29 until 1969-09-30)
part of:
Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 433)
recording of:
Ramble On (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
writer:
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
publisher:
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
4.154:24
B4Moby Dick
engineer:
Chris Huston
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
mixer:
Eddie Kramer (engineer)
additionally recorded at:
Mayfair Recording Studios (New York City) in Theater District, New York, New York, United States and Mirror Sound in Los Angeles, California, United States (in 1969-05)
recorded at:
Mystic Sound Studio in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1969-05-04 until 1969-05-06)
mixed at:
A&R Recording Studio, room A-1 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1969-08-29 until 1969-08-30)
recording of:
Moby Dick (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
composer:
John Bonham, John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures) and Jimmy Page
publisher:
Superhype Publishing, Inc. and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
version of:
Pat’s Delight
3.34:21
B5Bring It On Home
executive producer:
Peter Grant (manager)
producer:
Jimmy Page
mixer:
Eddie Kramer (engineer)
additionally recorded at:
R&D Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (on 1969-05-10)
recorded at:
Mystic Sound Studio in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
A&R Recording Studio, room A-1 (second location, 799 7th Avenue) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (from 1969-08-29 until 1969-08-30)
recording of:
Bring It On Home (Led Zeppelin version) (from 1969-04 until 1969-08)
lyricist:
Willie Dixon
composer:
Willie Dixon, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin)
publisher:
Hoochie Coochie Music
version of:
Bring It On Home (original Willie Dixon version)
3.754:21