How Led Zeppelin Wrote Their Songs

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They Didn’t Write Songs — They Wrote Masterpieces!


To explain how Led Zeppelin wrote their songs – well, all you need is a list of compositions by one of the most prolific, and influential rock and roll geniuses in the history of music.

The music Led Zeppelin created change everything, propelling the rock and roll music, and their legacy still continues to drive today.

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Contemplate the actual depth of this list, in no particular order to understand how they wrote their songs:

Stairway to Heaven – 1971

 

Whole Lotta Love – 1969

 

Heartbreaker – 1969

 

Since I’ve Been Loving You – 1970

 

Communication Breakdown – 1969

 

Black Dog – 1971

 

Black Mountain Side – 1969

 

Achilles Last Stand – 1976

 

Rock and Roll – 1971

 

Ramble On – 1969

 

Ten Years Gone – 1975

 

The Rain Song – 1973

 

When the Levee Breaks – 1971

 

No Quarter – 1973

 

Immigrant Song – 1970

 

In My Time of Dying – 1975

 

The Song Remains the Same – 1973

 

Good Times Bad Times – 1969

 

Over the Hills and Far Away – 1973

 

Nobody’s Fault But Mine – 1976

 

How Many More Times – 1969

 

Kashmir – 1975

 

Misty Mountain Hop – 1971

 

Bron – Yr – Aur – 1975

 

Wanton Song – 1975

 

What Is and What Should Never Be – 1969

 

Trampled Under Foot – 1975

 

The Rover – 1975

 

D’yer Mak’er – 1973

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