Jimmy Page Discography

Led Zeppelin II

Released: 22 October 1969

LP SIDE I

Title Length
1. Whole Lotta Love 05:34
2. What Is and What Should Never Be 04:47
3. The Lemon Song 08:59
4. Thank You 05:47

LP SIDE II

Title Length
1. Heartbreaker 05:50
2. Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman) 02:40
3. Ramble On 04:35
4. Moby Dick 04:25
5. Bring It On Home 04:19

CD

Title Length
1. Whole Lotta Love 05:34
2. What Is and What Should Never Be 04:47
3. The Lemon Song 08:59
4. Thank You 05:47
5. Heartbreaker 05:50
6. Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman) 02:40
7. Ramble On 04:35
8. Moby Dick 04:25
9. Bring It On Home 04:19

Reviews

"And who can deny that Jimmy Page is the absolute number-one heaviest white blues guitarist between 5'4" and 5'8" in the world?? Shit, man, on this album he further demonstrates that he could absolutely fucking shut down any whitebluesman alive, and with one fucking hand tied behind his back too.

Whole Lotta Love, which opens the album, has to be the heaviest thing I've run across (or, more accurately, that's run across me) since Parchmant Farm on Vincebus Eruptum. Like I listened to the break (Jimmy wrenching some simply indescribable sounds out of his axe while your stereo goes ape-shit) on some heavy Vietnamese weed and very nearly had my mind blown.

"Hey, I know what you're thinking. "That's not very objective." But dig: I also listened to it on mescaline, some old Romilar, novocain, and ground up Fusion, and it was just as mind-boggling as before. I must admit I haven't listened to it straight yet — I don't think a group this heavy is best enjoyed that way."

- John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone (December 13, 1969)