The Top 20 Robert Plant Songs in Led Zeppelin

His most memorable vocals for Led Zeppelin

The Top 20 Robert Plant Songs in Led Zeppelin

Responsible for creating the “Rock God” archetype, with a powerful and high pitched vocal range that at times blew PA’s at live concerts, Robert Plant’s legacy as the lead singer for Led Zeppelin has influenced generations of singers including Freddie Mercury, Axl Rose and Rob Halford, This is our Top 20 Robert Plant Songs in Led Zeppelin, where he did some of his most memorable vocals as the lead singer for the legendary band

20 – “Houses of the Holy”, from “Physical Graffiti”, 1975

19 – “Ramble On” from, “Led Zeppelin II”, 1969

18 – “How Many More Times”, from “Led Zeppelin”, 1969

17 – “D’yer Mak’er”, from “Houses Of The Holy”, 1973

16 – “Black Dog”, from “IV”, 1971

15 – “Heartbreaker”, from “Led Zeppelin II”, 1969

14 – “Going to California”, from “IV”, 1971

13 – “I’m Gonna Crawl”, from “In Through the Out Door”, 1979

12 – “In the Evening”, from “In Through the Out Door”, 1979

11 – “Over the Hills and Far Away”, from “Houses Of The Holy”, 1973

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10 – “Communication Breakdown”, from “Led Zeppelin”, 1969

9 – “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You”, from “Led Zeppelin”, 1969

8 – “Rock and Roll” from, “IV”, 1971

7 – “Since I’ve Been Loving You”, from “Led Zeppelin III”, 1970

6 – “Immigrant Song”, from “Led Zeppelin III”, 1970

5 – “Kashmir”, from “Physical Graffiti”, 1975

4 – “Stairway to Heaven” from, “IV”, 1971

3 – “In My Time of Dying”, from “Physical Graffiti”, 1975

2 – “Whole Lotta Love”, from “Led Zeppelin II”, 1969

1 – “Dazed and Confused”, from “Led Zeppelin”, 1969

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“Dancing Days”, from “Houses Of The Holy”, 1973

“No Quarter”, from “Led Zeppelin III”, 1970

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