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All these vinyl albums have been cleaned, played, etc.
Unless o/w stated, they are original UK pressings.
2401 002; A6/ B5 = record catalogue number; matrix s1/ s2
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LED ZEPPELIN "Self titled" ~ Atlantic 1969

Good Times Bad Times, Babe I'm Gonna leave You, You Shook Me, Dazed And Confused, Your Time Is Gonna Come, 
Black Mountain Side, Communication Breakdown, I Can't Quit You Baby, How many More Times.

   o/s
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LED ZEPPELIN "LED ZEPPELIN II" ~ Atlantic 1969

Whole Lotta Love, What Lotta Love, What Is And What Should Never Be, Lemon Song, Thank you,
Heart Breaker, Livin' Lovin' Maid (She's A Woman), Ramble On, Moby Dick, Bring It On Home.

    o/s  
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LED ZEPPELIN "LED ZEPPELIN III" ~ Atlantic 1970

Immigrant Song, Friends, Celebration, Since I've Been Loving You, Out On The Tiles,
Gallows Pole, Tangerine, That's The Way, Bron-y-aur Stomp, Hats Off To Harper.


  o/s
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LED ZEPPELIN no title (4 Symbols) ~ Atlantic 1971

Black Dog, Rock And Roll, Battle Of Evermore, Stairway To Heaven, Misty Mountain Top
Four Sticks, Going To California, When The Levee Breaks *
Led Zeppelin's fourth album.


 K50008; Lilac coloured vinyl; green/ orange label; as issue 1978:
  Sleeve EX ((sticker on front of g/f 'LIMITED EDITION COLOURED VINYL'.
                 Inner VG+ (no splits) * Record M-  (plays EX to mainly NM) ledzeppelin4_lilac.jpg (22094 bytes)  @ 58
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LED ZEPPELIN "HOUSES OF THE HOLY" ~ Atlantic 1973

Song remains The Same, Rain Song, Over The Hills And Far Away, The Crunge,
Dancing Days, D'yer Mak'er, No quarter, The Ocean.

 o/s
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LED ZEPPELIN "PHYSICAL GRAFFITI" ~ Swan Song 1975

Custard Pie, The Rover, In My Time Of Dying, Houses of The Holy, Trampled Under Foot,
Kashmir, In The Light, Bron-yr-aur (sic), Down By The Seaside, Night Flight, Wanton Song,
 Boogie With Stu, Black Country Woman, Sick Again
* 2-LP set.

  o/s
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LED ZEPPELIN "SOUNDTRACK FROM THE FILM THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME" ~ Swan Song 1976

Rock And Roll, Celebration Day, Title, Rain Song, Dazed And Confused, No Quarter, 
Stairway to Heaven, Moby Dick, Whole Lotta Love
* 2-LP set.


 2) SSK 89402 S; A2/ B1 + C1/ D3:
 
     Sleeve NM (8-pge Booklet affixed within g/f is NM) * plain black Inners EX+
        Records: disc 1 EX+ (plays VG+ to mostly NM); disc 2 M- (plays NM) @ 30   image on file

LED ZEPPELIN "PRESENCE" ~ Swan Song 1976

Achilles Last Stand, For Your Life, Royal Orleans, Nobodys Fault But Mine, 
Candy Rock Store, Hots On For Nowhere, Tea For One.

 o/s
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LED ZEPPELIN "CODA" ~ Swan Song 1982

We're Gonna Groove, Poor Tom, I Can't Quit You Baby, Walter's Walk, 
Ozone Baby, Darlene, Bonzo's Montreux, Wearing And Tearing.

 A0051; scratched-out info, with re-written A0051 A2 / A0051 B:
 
   Sleeve M- (embossed 'CODA' on front of g/f) * credit Inner NM * Record VG+ (plays NM)   @ 14
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Other Albums

DEATH WISH II ~ Swan Song 1982

All tracks written and produced by Jimmy Page. 
Musicians include Dave Mattacks, Dave Paton. Chris Farlowe vocal on opening and closing tracks.

 SS 59415:
  Sleeve EX+  *  Blue inner sleeve with credits * Record EX- (plays EX to mainly NM) @ 14
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ROBERT PLANT "PICTURES AT ELEVEN" ~ Swan Song 1982

Burning Down One, Moonlight In Samosa, Pledge Pin, Slow Dancer,
Worse Than Detroit, Fat Lip, Like I've Never Been Gone, Mystery Title.

  SSK 59418; A2/ B2; white label test pressing:
  Sleeve EX- ('open' type) * Record VG+ (plays NM) robertplantlp_pictures_test.jpg (19173 bytes) @ 40
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Various Artists Albums that include led Zeppelin
These are also listed on the Compilation pages within this site.

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HITMAKERS ~ Marble Arch 1967


Side 1 David Bowie and Lower Third "Can't Help Thinking About Me", Lou Christie "Merry Go-Round",
             Donovan "Jersey Thursday", Nina Simone "Gin House Blues", 
             Karen Young "Wonderful Summer", Gerry Dorsey "Baby I Do"
Side 2  Dave Clark Five "I Walk The Line", Band Of Angels "(Accept My) Invitation", 
             Anita Harris "Trains And Boats And Planes", Joe Dolan "Make Me An Island",
             John Paul Jones "A Foggy Day In Vietnam", Otis Redding "She's Alright".

Two tracks here making this a collectible LP:  obviously the David Bowie, the other being John Paul Jones,
            with the latter now being expensive on 7" single format (not for content though), This track is piano with
            orchestral accompaniment. Here is a budget filler for a Led Zep fan. Cover does not have pictures, just names and titles.

  Sleeve VG  *  Record VG+ (plays VG+) 9
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FLYING HIGH ~ Atlantic 1969

Side 1: Sam & Dave, Buffalo Springfield, Joe Tex, Booker T. & The MG's, Young Rascals, Wilson Pickett
Side 2: Aretha Franklin, Billy Vera & Judy Clay, Sweet Inspirations, Otis Redding, Clarence Carter, Led Zeppelin


The first of Atlantic's compilation album's to include "heavier" acts; Buffalo Springfield with "Rock 'n' Roll Woman,
  and Led Zeppelin's "You Shook Me" . This LP  was in conjunction with JAPAN AIR LINES.  The sleeve (same on reverse)
 depicts the JAL logo, along with a DC 8 - 61. This class aircraft was in service with this company during 1961 ~ 1970.

One  in stock:
  Sleeve : EX- * Record: looks VG+ ; plays crackly  on most tracks, although 
                                   "You Shook Me" @ 6.30 mins. does play EX+  flyinghighlp.jpg (31027 bytes) @ 14
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THE AGE OF ATLANTIC ~ Atlantic 1970











Side 1: Delaney & Bonnie, MC5, Allman Brothers, Yes, Cold Blood, Led Zeppelin. 
Side 2: Iron Butterfly, Dada, Led Zeppelin, Dr. John, Vanilla Fudge, Buffalo Springfield.


Success came with most record company's label conception when projecting a way forward, and/ or finding
  a new direction in music. Yes, Decca's Deram label was sporadic, but that's another issue!  Atlantic's pinnacle
  of rock was 1968 ~ 1970, and this album is a prime example of the label's output during this period, thus stands
  out as an album in it's own right. Having an appealing designed gatefold sleeve, and was marketed at a budget
  price via Atlantic's Record Club mail order, plus available in all good record shops, it did sell by the bucket load!

Three examples  in stock:
 1) Sleeve VG *  Record   G+ (no deep gouges), plays: s1 intro VG+, rest min. EX+   @ 6
 2) Sleeve EX- (has small writing inside corner of g/f) *  Record VG (plays VG+ to EX) @ 8
 3) Sleeve VG+ *   Record VG+, plays EX to NM ageofatlanticlp.jpg (38430 bytes)  @ 12
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THE NEW AGE OF ATLANTIC ~ Atlantic 1972

Side 1: Led Zeppelin, Loudon Wainwright III, Gordon Haskell, Dr. John, Buffalo Springfield, Delaney & Bonnie
Side 2: Cactus, Jonathan Edwards, J. Geils Band, John Prine, Yes ~ "America" 10.30 mins.


Included with this particular example is a promotional fold-out poster measuring 35" x 7" (88cm x 18cm)...
 a  dream for dragsters' (hot rod car fanatics that is, not queen queenies !). The reverse depicts selected,
 then current, albums issued on the Atlantic label, including the first 4 L.Z.

There are two interesting observations here for Led Zep fans:
  a) The track on this album is "Hey, Hey, What Can I Do".  Until 1990, the only format that this studio track
  was ever officially available on was the 1970 single "The Immigrant Song", but this was not issued in the UK. 
 So this (or was if preferred) LP is unique for this track alone!
  b) On the fold-out, K5008 is credited as "THE FOURTH LED ZEPPELIN ALBUM (NO TITLE)".

"America"  was the actual issue here for this Yes track, and not taken from, or to be included on a forthcoming
  album, nor released of as a single. However, It did appear two years later on Yes's compilation "Yesterdays".

One further analysis:
All the Atlantic albums depicted on the fold-out were issued with red & plum labels. As this compilation
 is termed as "The New Age,,", and has the red & green design, this would point to this LP most 
 probably being the first having the revised colour scheme label.

One  in stock:
  Sleeve  VG+ (bottom left corner light wear, o/w is a min. of Excellent). Original 99p retail price sticker. 
  Promo poster: min. VG+ (no rips) *  Record EX- ;  plays EX to mostly NM   newageofatlanticlp.jpg (47718 bytes) @ 65

             

7" Singles

 

ROBERT PLANT "OUR SONG" / "CRYIN', LAUGHIN'" ~ CBS 1967

White 'label with orange 'A' Promo * 
 side 2  wol =DAVE in pen co/w clean labels 
 vinyl in Poor condition * slight edge warp * s1  plays min. of VG; s2 plays EX
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P J PROBY "TODAY I KILLED A MAN" / "THREE WEEK HERO" ~ Liberty 1970

Both tracks  include Led Zeppelin, and are produced by John Paul Jones..
  G/ VG @ 8

             

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