Released: January 1969
Led Zep's debut album belter has a murky history. The writing credit might be axeman Jimmy Page's, but it's widely accepted that it was "inspired" by folk singer Jake Holmes's song of the same name, that The Yardbirds – featuring one, um, Jimmy Page – used to play. Provenance aside, this intense brooder sees Page bowing his guitar as Robert Plant simmers with Black Country lust.
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