Led Zeppelin’s seminal “Whole Lotta Love” appeared first on their 1969 release Led Zeppelin II. The album was essentially #1 on all worldwide charts shortly after its release, with a couple of #2s thrown in. Guitarist Jimmy Page produced the album and it was recorded at a raft of different studios including Olympic and Morgan Studios in London, A&M, Quantum, Sunset, Mirror Sound, and Mystic Studios in Los Angeles, California, Ardent Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, A&R, Juggy Sound, Groove and Mayfair Studios in New York City; and a studio called the “hut” in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
VOCAL only (Robert Plant):
RHYTHM GUITAR only (Jimmy Page):
LEAD GUITAR only (Jimmy Page)–listen to what Page does starting at the 1:54 mark, and solo at 3:15:
DRUMS (John Bonham) starts around :40 mark. Check out the funky vocal utterings at 3:46…:
MISC. PERCUSSION (John Bonham)–starts at 1:30:
BASS (John Paul Jones):