I know many of you are asking, what is a deep cut right? These are the songs on the cd that often carry the album, the hits sell them and get on the radio and for sure Zeppelin has plenty of them, but I want to list my favorite deep cuts from each studio album, check it out, I'll go in order, album by album;

Led Zeppelin
I Can't Quit You Baby
You Shook Me
How Many More Times
Good Times Bad Times

Led Zeppelin II
The Lemon Song
Bring It On Home
Thank You
What Is And What Should Never Be

Led Zeppelin III
Celebration Day
Out On The Tiles
That's The Way

Led Zeppelin Zoso
Four Sticks
Misty Mountain Hop
When The Levee Breaks
The Battle Of Evermore

Led Zeppelin- Houses Of The Holy
The Rain Song
Over The Hills And Far Away
The Crunge
No Quarter
The Ocean

Led Zeppelin- Physical Graffiti
Custard Pie
The Rover
In My Time Of Dying
In The Light
Sick Again
Night Flight
Ten Years Gone

Led Zeppelin- Presence
Achilles Last Stand
Candy Store Rock
Tea For One
For Your Life

Led Zeppelin- In Through The Out Door
Hot Dog
I'm Gonna Crawl

Led Zeppelin- Coda
Bonzo's Montreux
Wearing And Tearing
Ozone Baby

I really encourage you , if you are way into Zeppelin like I am, go out and get the Deluxe Editions of their work, each one has so many unreleased gems, too many to mention, but on the 1st Led Zeppelin album, there is a live concert from Paris at the Olympia from October 10, 1969, this was once one of the hardest Zeppelin bootlegs to get and now you can just buy it without breaking the bank to do it, Coda has 2 bonus disc's with a lot of unreleased and smoking hot songs, especially, Baby Come On Home, St. Tristan's Sword, Everybody Makes It Through and Sugar Mama, Led Zeppelin II has a cool unreleased track called, La La, and there is a very cool making of version of Whole Lotta Love, I like it better than the version thats on the regular album, so go out and get all of these and really get into Led Zeppelin.
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Feb 12, 2016