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Led Zeppelin II

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Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Bonham/Dixon/Jones/P
Arranger Led Zeppelin
Artist Led Zeppelin
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Alfred's Classic Album Ed
Catalog # 28267

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Led Zeppelin II Composed by Bonham/Dixon/Jones/P. Arranged by Led Zeppelin. Performed by Led Zeppelin. For Electric Bass. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 28267, UPC: 038081308340)

Alfred's Classic Album Editions series highlights the most important albums of our time. A true classic has lasting significance, it may establish a new sty le or direction, and often, a true classic album may help define an era. Led Z eppelin II, featuring pivotal recordings like

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BRING IT ON HOME LED ZEPPELIN DIXON/LENOIR  
HEARTBREAKER LED ZEPPELIN BONHAM/JONES/PAGE/PL  
LEMON SONG,THE LED ZEPPELIN BONHAM/PAGE/PLANT/  
LIVING LOVING MAID (SHE'S JUST A WOMAN) LED ZEPPELIN PAGE/PLANT  
MOBY DICK LED ZEPPELIN BONHAM/JONES/PAGE  
RAMBLE ON LED ZEPPELIN BONHAM/JONES/PAGE/PL  
THANK YOU LED ZEPPELIN PAGE/PLANT  
WHAT IS AND WHAT SHOULD NEVER BE LED ZEPPELIN PAGE/PLANT  
WHOLE LOTTA LOVE LED ZEPPELIN BONHAM/DIXON/JONES/P  

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