Song sources/dates per CD inserts. 

Corrections shown in red taken from Robert Godwin’s Illustrated Collectors Guide Vol 2



  1. I’m Confused – Was one of the first numbers Led Zeppelin added to their set after beginning their career as the New Yardbirds.  They soon changed the name of the song to “Dazed and Confused”.  This version was recorded in 1968 at the Anderson Theater for one of Pages final performances with The Yardbirds.
  2. Train Kept A Rollin’ – Was another song Zeppelin played during their first American Tour in 1969.  The track was recorded live in New York in 1968 with Jimmy Page and The Yardbirds.
  3. She Just Satisfies – Is the first solo release from James Patrick Page.  Originally released in 1965 under the name of Jimmy Page, this record is now incredibly scarce.  The song was written and produced by Page.  The track features Jimmy on all the instruments and lead vocals.
  4. Keep Movin’ – An R&B instrumental is the B-side to 21-year old Jimmy Page’s first solo release.  The single was issued only in England on Fontana Records.
  5. You Better Run – Is the first recording featuring a 19-year old Robert Anthony Plant.  The single was released in 1966 and issued under the name of Plant’s group Listen.  The track is a cover version of a Rascals tune which was later recorded by Pat Benatar.
  6. Everybody’s Gonna Say – Is the B-side to Robert Plant’s first solo single.  The band originally called themselves The Tennessee Teens, but changed their name to Listen.  This is the first track crediting Robert Plant as songwriter.
  7. Our Song – Was Robert Plant’s first solo single issued under his own name.  The single was released only in England in mid-1967.
  8. Long Time Coming – Was the third and final Robert Plant solo release before joining Led Zeppelin.  The track was recorded by The Band of Joy in late-1967.  The group included a 19-year old drummer named John Henry Bonham.
  9. I’ve Got A Secret – Is the B-side to the Band of Joy’s only recording.  This track also features John “Bonzo” Bonham on drums.
  10. Goodnight Sweet Josephine – Was the A-side to the Yardbirds final recording with Page.  The song has never appeared on any Yardbirds album and features Jimmy’s first experiments with a phased guitar. 
  11. Think About It – Is the B-side to The Yardbirds last single.  Released in 1968, the track was never included on any album and is quite scarce.  If you listen to Page’s guitar solo, you’ll hear where he got the idea for the middle of “Dazed and Confused”.
  12. Hey Hey What Can I Do – Is the only track Led Zeppelin released as a single, but never included on any of their LP’s.  The song was originally released as a B-side to “The Immigrant Song”.
  13. Psychodasies – Is one of three Yardbirds tracks featuring Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page on guitars.  This track has never been released in America, or included on any Yardbirds album.
  14. Happenings Ten Years Times Ago – Was the first Yardbirds track to feature both Beck and Page on dual lead guitar.
  15. Stroll On – Was the only Yardbirds track specifically recorded for a film.  The song was intended for the 1967 movie “Blow Up”.  The cut is basically “Train Kept A Rollin’” with different lyrics.  The tune includes both Beck and Page on guitars.
  16. My Babe Left Me – Is one of the earliest recording sessions featuring Jimmy Page on guitar.  The single written by Arthur Cruddop is a remake of an Elvis Presley Sun records classic.  The track was recorded in early 1963 with Dave Berry and the Cruisers.
  17. A Certain Girl – Recorded by The First Gear features Page on guitar in 1964.  The tune was popular with the British groups of the era including The Yardbirds, who also recorded it with Eric Clapton.
  18. Leave My Kitten Alone – Is the B-side to “A Certain Girl”.  It’s an outstanding British pop record.  In 1964 the song was recorded by several British bands including the Beatles.  The session was produced by Shel Talmy who also produced records for The Kinks and The Who.
  19. Surprise Surprise – Was recorded by Page in 1965.  The record was released by Lulu and The Luvvers.  The track is a cover version of an often overlooked Rolling Stones number.  Lulu later went on to fame as a pop singer with songs like “To Sir With Love”, but she began her career as an R&B singer with Page backing her up on guitar. (Godwin states that Lulu is not performing this version)
  20. How Do You Feel – Was one of the final recordings featuring Page as a session guitarist.  Recorded in 1966 by The Primitives, this track captures the true raw sound and feel of British rock bands of the era. 
  21. Jim’s Blues – Was released on an album by PJ Proby “Three Week Hero”.  It was the first record including all the members of Led Zeppelin.  The album was recorded several months before “Led Zeppelin I”.
  22. Traveling Riverside Blues – Was originally recorded for “Led Zeppelin II”.  For some unknown reason, the track remained an unreleased outtake for over twelve years.
  23. You Shook Me – no details given
  24. The Girl I Love – no details given (ed: later appeared on official release “BBC Sessions” as “The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair”)

(Tracks 22-24 London June 16, 1969)




Recorded live at the BBC Studios, London during 1969 session (London June 16, 1969)

  1. Whole Lotta Love
  2. Something Else

Recorded live at the Fillmore West, Jan. 9, 1969

  1. You Can’t Judge a Book By the Cover (Killing Floor)
  2. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
  3. Pat’s Delight

Recorded live at The Texas International Pop Festival, Aug. 31, 1969

  1. How Many More Times Jam
  2. Communication Breakdown

Recorded live at Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island, USA, July 6, 1969

(Actual source Fillmore West, April 27, 1969)

  1. As Long As I Have You Jam




Recorded live at Dorten Auditorium, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, April 7, 1970

  1. Organ Solo/Thank You
  2. Bring It On Home

“The Making of Friends” rehearsal recorded with the Bombay Symphony Orchestra, Bombay, India, 1970 (March 1972)

  1. Making of Friends I
  2. Making of Friends II

Recorded at Hedley Grange, Hampshire, during 1970 sessions

  1. That’s The Way
  2. Friends
  3. Hey Hey What Can I Do
  4. Instrumental Jam (with John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page)

Recorded live at Playhouse Theatre, London, March 25, 1971 (April 1, 1971)

  1. Immigrant Song
  2. Heartbreaker
  3. Black Dog
  4. Stairway to Heaven
  5. Goin’ To California




Recorded live in London at Playhouse Theatre, March 25, 1971(April 1, 1971)

  1. That’s The Way
  2. What Is and What Should Never Be

Recorded live at Olympic Studios, London 20/25 March, 1972

(Tracks 3-5 Headly Grange May 1970)

(Tracks 6-7 Olympic Studios May 1972)

  1. That’s the Way
  2. Blues Medley
  3. Since I’ve Been Loving You
  4. No Quarter (instrumental rehearsal)
  5. No Quarter (final take)

Recorded live in London during 1973 World Tour

(Actual source Fort Worth May 19, 1973)

  1. Dazed and Confused
  2. Celebration Day




Recorded live in Mobile, Alabama, ‘73

(Actual source Essen March 22, 1973)

  1. Whole Lotta Love

Recorded live at “The Forum”, June 3, 1973, Los Angeles, CA

  1. Dancing Days

Recorded live in Europe during ’73 Tour

(Actual source Fort Worth May 19, 1973)

  1. The Song Remains The Same
  2. Rain Song

Lucifer Rising

Recorded live in November ’73 at Boleskine House, Lochness, Scotland

(Godwin doubts source or even if this is Jimmy Page)

(Received reliable confirmation that this is indeed not Jimmy Page.  It is instead Bobby Beausoleil and the Freedom Orchestra soundtrack to “Lucifer Rising”.  For more information visit these web sites and   

  1. The Light Bearer
  2. Take Two
  3. Take Three
  4. Take Four
  5. Take Five
  6. Take Six
  7. Take Seven
  8. Take Eight




Recorded live during sound check at Metropolitan Sport Center, Jan. 17, 1975

(Actual source Chicago July 6, 1973)

  1. Schooldays
  2. Nadine
  3. Around and Around
  4. Move on Down the Line
  5. Love Me Like a Hurricane
  6. Move It
  7. Dynamite
  8. Shakin’ All Over
  9. Hungry For Love
  10. I’ll Never Get Over You
  11. Reelin’ and Rockin
  12. Strawberry Jam I
  13. Strawberry Jam II
  14. Wanton Song
  15. The Rover I
  16. The Rover II
  17. Night Flight I
  18. Night Flight II
  19. Night Flight III

Recorded live at Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, March 4, 1975

  1. Rock and Roll
  2. Sick Again
  3. Over the Hills and Far Away

Recorded live at L.A. Forum, June 24, 1977, Los Angeles, CA (June 25, 1977)

  1. In My Time of Dying




Recorded live at Polar Studios, Stockholm, Sweden 1977 (November 1978)

  1. All My Love

Recorded live at Richfield Coliseum, Apr. 28, 1977, Cleveland, Ohio, USA (April 27, 1977)

  1. Since I’ve Been Loving You
  2. Ten Years Gone
  3. Black Country Woman
  4. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
  5. White Summer (Actual source Zurich June 29, 1980)

Recorded live in Tokyo, Japan during 1979 tour

(Actual source Zurich June 29, 1980)

  1. Kashmir
  2. Trampled Underfoot
  3. Achilles Last Stand

Recorded live in Frankfurt during Tour Over Europe 1980 (June 30, 1980)

  1. Money

Recorded live in Rotterdam during Tour Over Europe 1980 (June 21, 1980)

  1. Hot Dog

Recorded live in Zurich, Switzerland, June 29, 1980

  1. Train Kept-A-Rollin’
  2. Nobody’s Fault But Mine




Recorded live in Brussels, June 20, 1980

  1. Whole Lotta Love
  2. Kashmir

Recorded live at the 40th Anniversary of Atlantic Records, NY 1988 (May 14, 1988)

  1. Heartbreaker
  2. Whole Lotta Love
  3. Misty Mountain Hop
  4. Stairway to Heaven

The Last Concert at Eissporthalle Berlin, July 7, 1980

  1. Black Dog
  2. In the Evening
  3. Rain Song
  4. Since I’ve Been Loving You
  5. Rock and Roll


VIDEO “When the Levee Breaks”

Studio version set against Hindendberg video clips

1.       When The Levee Breaks

1969 Danish TV special

2.       Communication Breakdown

3.       Dazed and Confused

4.       Babe I’m Gonna Leave You

5.       How Many More Times

Knebworth 1979

6.       Ten Years Gone

7.       Kasmir

8.       Hot Dog

Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary 1988

9.       Kashmir

10.    Heartbreaker

11.    Whole Lotta Love

12.    Misty Mountain Hop

13.    Stairway to Heaven

Knebworth 1990

14.    Wearing & Tearing