Editors’ Notes This landmark self-titled debut album was issued in January 1969 and has sold more than 10 million copies. From the opening blast of “Good Times, Bad Times,” it’s apparent that Led Zeppelin are a serious new force. The layered acoustic-electric tones heard throughout on songs like “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You,” “Dazed and Confused,” “Your Time Is Gonna Come,” and “Communication Breakdown” confirm the band’s complexity and grand ambitions. This 2014 deluxe edition begins guitarist Jimmy Page’s remastering program of the entire Zep catalog and features an extensive bonus: a previously unreleased performance recorded on Oct. 10, 1969, at the Olympia Theatre in Paris. An epic 15-minute version of “Dazed and Confused” indicates how early in the band’s career this song became a concert centerpiece. “Heartbreaker” and “Moby Dick” would appear on Led Zeppelin II, released later in the month. “White Summer/Black Mountain Side” bring Page’s Yardbirds days into his then-present work. It's hard to believe this is just the beginning.

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Good Times Bad Times
1
2:46
 
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
2
6:42
 
You Shook Me
3
6:28
 
Dazed and Confused
4
6:28
 
Your Time Is Gonna Come
5
4:34
 
Black Mountain Side
6
2:12
 
Communication Breakdown
7
2:30
 
I Can't Quit You Baby
8
4:42
 
How Many More Times
9
8:27
 
Good Times Bad Times / Communication Breakdown (Live In Paris 1969)
1
3:52
 
I Can't Quit You Baby (Live In Paris 1969)
2
6:41
 
Heartbreaker (Live In Paris 1969)
3
3:49
 
Dazed and Confused (Live In Paris 1969)
4
15:01
 
White Summer / Black Mountain Side (Live In Paris 1969)
5
9:19
 
You Shook Me (Live In Paris 1969)
6
11:55
 
Moby Dick (Live In Paris 1969)
7
9:21
 
How Many More Times (Live In Paris 1969)
8
11:12
 

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