Led Zeppelin is known to be one of the greatest rock groups of all time. Like most early hard rockers, they took plenty of "influence" from the Blues.

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Did Zeppelin take influence from these songs or just blatantly rip them off?

In light of these claims, more of Zeppelin's hits are being outed as cover songs, take a listen.

"When the Levee Breaks"

Kansas Joe McCoy - 1929:

Led Zeppelin - 1971:


"Moby Dick"

Bobby Parker - "Watch Your Step" - 1961:

Led Zeppelin - "Moby Dick" - 1969:


"Nobody's Fault But Mine"

Blind Willie Johnson - 1927:

Led Zeppelin - 1976:


"Dazed and Confused"

Jake Holmes - 1968:

Led Zeppelin - 1969:


"Whole Lotta Love"

Muddy Waters - "You Need Love" - 1962:

Small Faces - "You Need Lovin" - 1966:

Led Zeppelin - 1969:


"Travelin' Riverside Blues"

Robert Johnson - 1937:

Led Zeppelin - 1969:


"Stairway to Heaven"

Spirit - "Taurus" - 1968:

Led Zeppelin - 1971: