Editors' Notes Mothership is Jimmy Page’s hand-curated selection of the best of Led Zeppelin, and it’s the ultimate showcase of their proto-metal skills. The intuitive interplay between John Bonham’s drums and Page’s guitar riffs created some of the leanest hard rock on record—“Black Dog,” “Whole Lotta Love”—providing cocksure backup to Robert Plant’s lascivious screams. Equally skilled as bluesmen—“Since I’ve Been Loving You” is particularly aching—they reached a compositional peak in the Eastern strings of “Kashmir” and the folk-prog epic “Stairway to Heaven,” rock standards that retain an otherworldly power.

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Good Times Bad Times
1
2:47
 
Communication Breakdown
2
2:28
 
Dazed and Confused
3
6:28
 
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
4
6:42
 
Whole Lotta Love
5
5:29
 
Ramble On
6
4:28
 
Heartbreaker
7
4:15
 
Immigrant Song
8
2:26
 
Since I've Been Loving You
9
7:24
 
Rock and Roll
10
3:40
 
Black Dog
11
4:55
 
When the Levee Breaks
12
7:10
 
Stairway to Heaven
13
8:05
 
The Song Remains the Same
1
5:31
 
Over the Hills and Far Away
2
4:50
 
D'yer Mak'er
3
4:22
 
No Quarter
4
7:02
 
Trampled Under Foot
5
5:36
 
Houses of the Holy
6
4:04
 
Kashmir
7
8:37
 
Nobody's Fault But Mine
8
6:28
 
Achilles Last Stand
9
10:30
 
In the Evening
10
6:53
 
All My Love
11
5:55