Thursday, December 06, 2007

My Favorite Led Zeppelin Songs

I recently listed my favorite Beatles songs. Now for Led Zeppelin. There's only one song I don't like, Sick Again. Here's the fav's:

Top tier: Hats Off to (Roy) Harper, Boogie With Stu, Hot Dog, Misty Mountain Hop, Since I've Been Loving You.

Next to top tier (really close): Rock and Roll, Battle of Evermore, Lemon Song, That's the Way.

Coming soon: Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, The Who, U2.


  1. What, no Stairway to Heaven?

    I know it has little to with stairways or heaven, but as a song form it is perfect in every way.

    I believe and in fact tell anyone desiring to become a worship leader in a church to learn to do stairway well and apply the principles to their worship leading.

    Start small,
    Bridge out to a chorus
    Float out hard,
    Ramp back,
    Small reprise,
    close on a single note

    Every good worship song should have these same elements for full impact.

    The Who, Stones and a FEW Beatles songs are good.

    I don't see Jethro Tull there anywhere. What's a reprise without Jethro?

  2. Sinner!

    I didn't know Christians could listen to such "worldly" music? :)

    Just got the remastered Mothership


  3. No, Gene, it's like the sign said in the music store in Wayne's World: "No Stairway to Heaven." I got burned out on that song about 15 years ago.

  4. Led Zep - I heard they reformed for a few shows - now that would be awesome concert to take in. I mine as well give a list of my fav's from these guys:

    Top Tier: Down By the Seaside, In the Evening, That's the Way

    2nd Tier: In My Time of Dying, Ramble On, Bring it on Home, Gallow's Pole, Tangerine, Battle of Evermore, Black Country Woman