La La (song)

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La La
Appears on Led Zeppelin II (expanded)
Published by Superhype Music
Registration ASCAP
Release date 3 June 2014
Recorded 14 April 1969 at
Olympic Studios, London.
Genre Rock
Language English
Length 4 minutes 5 seconds
Composer Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones
Label Atlantic Records
Producer Jimmy Page
Engineer George Chkiantz

'La La' is a 1969 song by English rock band Led Zeppelin. Originally recorded in preparation for Led Zeppelin's second album Led Zeppelin II before being withdrawn, 'La La' was finally released on the remastered and expanded edition of Led Zeppelin II in 2014.[1] It is a Hammond organ-driven instrumental, possibly intended for release as a promotional single with a future overdubbed vocal.[2] The song was recorded just before the band headed off to North America for their Spring tour of 1969.


  • Musicians:
    • Jimmy Page - electric and acoustic guitars
    • John Paul Jones - Hammond organ, bass guitar
    • John Bonham - drums, percussion
  • Production:
    • Peter Grant – executive producer
    • George Chkiantz - engineer, mixing


  1. Press release. First Three Albums Newly Remastered with Previously Unreleased Companion Audio, Led Zeppelin News,, 13 March 2014. Retrieved on 2 April 2014.
  2. Lewis, Dave. Led Zeppelin II Companion Audio Disc – Exclusive TBL Preview, Led Zeppelin News, Tight but Loose, 26 May 2014. Retrieved on 26 May 2014.