Additional miscellaneous information on Led Zeppelin.
The line-up of Led Zeppelin remained stable throughout the 1968-1980 period. In addition, a number of key personnel comprised the work behind the band's success:
- Peter Grant - also invariably referred to as 'the fifth member' due to importance he had in directing the group's affairs.
- Richard Cole - an experienced tour manager, especially in the United States of America, from his previous work with the Yardbirds although he was eventually sacked before the Knebworth Festival in 1979 due to his heroin addiction and erratic behaviour.
- Phil Carlo - Bad Company's road manager who eventually replaced Richard Cole.
- Clive Coulson - stage.
- Kenny Pickett - stage.
- Henry Smith - stage.
- Sandy McGregor - stage.
- Joe Jammer - guitars.
- Raymond Thomas - guitars.
- Tim Marten - guitars (1980).
- Brian Condliffe - bass and keyboards.
- Andy Ledbetter - bass and keyboards (1980).
- Mick Hinton - drums and percussion.
- Benji Lefevre - vocal technician.
- Ian Knight - lighting.
For their US tours in 1972-75, and then every concert from their 1975 tour onwards Led Zeppelin employed Dallas, Texas-based light and sound company Showco:
- Donny Kretzchmar - Showco monitoring mixer.
- Rusty Brutche - Showco sound engineer.
- Kirby Wyatt - Showco lighting engineer.
- Allen Branton - Showco engineer.
- Joe Crowley - Showco engineer.
- Bill Harry - publicist (1969-70).
- B. P. Fallon - publicist (1973-74).
- Danny Goldberg - US publicist (1973-75).
- Shelley Kaye - US Office Manager for Led Zeppelin, Flames of Albion Music, and Swan Song Records (1968-82).
- Rick Hobbs - Jimmy Page's personal assistant.
- Rex King - John Bonham's personal assistant.
- Brian Gallivan - US tour assistant (1977)
- Dave Northover - US tour assistant (1977)
- Dennis Sheehan - US tour assistant (1977)
- Dave Moulder - Europe tour assistant (1980)
- Steve Weiss - New York attorney.
- Joan Hudson Associates - London representative.
|30 December 1968||Gonzaga '68|
|30 December 1968||Yardbirds Fame||Tarantura TCD-69|
|9 January 1969||Twinight|
|9 January 1969||Who's Country Joe||HEN 107|
|10 January 1969||For Your Love|
|11 January 1969||Psycho Au Go Go|
|12 January 1969||California 1969|
|23 January 1969||Whiskey & Tea Party|
|26 January 1969||Tight but Loose|
|31 January 1969||Grande Ball|
|1 February 1969||The Legendary Fillmore Tapes Vol. 1|
|2 February 1969||Absolutely Gems|
|14 February 1969||Thee Image Club|
|14 March 1969||Missing Links|
|15 March 1969||Short Cuts|
|15 March 1969||Denmark '69|
|17 March 1969||Danish TV|
|24 April 1969||Crackerjack Blues|
|24 April 1969||The Dancing Avocado||Godfatherecords GR 330|
|26 April 1969||Lead Set|
|27 April 1969||Simplistic Atmosphere|
|27 April 1969||Blue Flame||Bumble Bee BB-0702009-10|
|25 May 1969||Anybody Got a Les Paul?|
|27 May 1969||Complete Boston Tea Party|
|30 May 1969||The Legendary Fillmore Tapes Vol. 2|
|13 June 1969||A Secret History|
|20 June 1969||Blighty|
|27 June 1969||Four Symbols (aka Zoso)||Accord BLN 6869|
|6 July 1969||Jazz|
|20 July 1969||Cleveland 1969|
|21 July 1969||Complete Central Park 1969|
|25 July 1969||Stroll On!|
|8 August 1969||Summer of '69|
|18 August 1969||Complete Rockpile Show|
|31 August 1969||Texas International Pop Festival|
|10 October 1969||Paris Olympia 1969||Wendy WECD-104|
|10 October 1969||L'Olympia||Godfatherecords GR 248|
|30 October 1969||When a Glass was Thrown||Tarantura TCD-75-1,2|
|6 November 1969||Winterland Party||Wendy WECD-23/24|
|1969||Classics off the Air, vol. 1|
|11 March 1970||White Summer||MARC LZ-76053|
|21 March 1970||Mudslide|
|17 August 1970||Live in Hampton 1970||TOLDZ Vol 046|
|21 August 1970||Tulsa Symphony: Ode to Joy||Wendy WECD-80/81|
|4 September 1970||Live on Blueberry Hill|
|6 September 1970||The Box of Tricks||Tarantura TCD-68|
|31 August 1971||You Really Got Me||Akashi Records AKA-33|
|9 September 1971||Hampton From Your Palm||Wendy WECD-96/97|
|14 September 1971||Going to California||Trade Mark of Quality 9141971|
|29 September 1971||Fatally Wanderer||Wendy WECD-71/72/73|
|1969-1971||Hiawatha Express||ZAP 7980|
|1971||Classics off the Air, vol. 2|
|20 February 1972||Acoustically||The Diagrams of Led Zeppelin TDOLZ 479701-02|
|25 June 1972||Burn Like a Candle|
|2 October 1972||Tokyo 10/2/72||Amazing Stork Records 7484|
|1970 - 1972||Studio Demo's 1970-1972||LZ 1105|
|15 January 1973||A Stroke in Stoke||LZ Label|
|5 May 1973||Quantient|
|31 May 1973||Bonzo's Birthday Party|
|2 June 1973||Persistence|
|3 June 1973||Three Days After|
|17 July 1973||Live in Seattle|
|28 July 1973||Complete Madison Square Garden||Wendy WECD-18/19/20|
|19 March 1975||Snow Jobs|
|24 May 1975||Rock and Roll|
|25 April 1977||The Oxygen Destroyer||Tarantura TCD-66-1,2,3|
|27 April 1977||Destroyer|
|28 April 1977||The Destroyer||Smilin' Ears Records SE 77-300|
|22 May 1977||Complete Tarrant Concert||Wendy WECD-15/16/17|
|21 June 1977||Listen to This Eddie|
|23 June 1977||For Badgeholders Only|
|23 June 1977||Live at the L.A. Forum 6/77||LZ 1234|
|25 June 1977||Saturday Night's Alright||Wendy WECD-12/13/14|
|1995||Cabala||8 CDs, 1 VHS|
|2007||Super Sessions Ultimate||12 CDs|
- Black Dog - Canada
- Cryin' Time - New York
- Custard Pie - Italy
- Dazed and Confused - Memphis, Tennessee
- Dread Zeppelin - United States of America
- Fred Zeppelin - United Kingdom
- The Great White - United States
- Houses of the Holy- United Kingdom
- Immigrantz - Japan
- Kashmir - Saskatoon, Canada
- Led ZepLand - Southern California (U.S. state)
- The Levee - North Carolina (U.S. state)
- The Official 4PE - United Kingdom
- PyZep - Belgium
- Rusty Led - Japan
- Whole Lotta Led - United Kingdom