Black Country Woman

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"Black Country Woman" is the fourteenth song on English rock band Led Zeppelin's 1975 album Physical Graffiti. It was originally intended to be part of the Houses of the Holy album, which had been released two years earlier.

"Black Country Woman" was an acoustic song recorded in the back garden of Mick Jagger's home, Stargroves, in 1972 (around the same time as "D'yer Mak'er").Dave Lewis (1994), The Complete Guide to the Music of Led Zeppelin, Omnibus Press, ISBN 0-7119-3528-9. At the beginning of the track, recording engineer Eddie Kramer can be heard saying, "Shall we roll it Jimmy?" followed by "Don't want to get this airplane on" about an aeroplane which is heard flying overhead, to which Robert Plant replies "Nah, leave it, yeah."

Recording outdoors proved to be difficult. On one occasion at Headley Grange when Plant tried to go outside to sing the song, he was attacked by a flock of angry geese.

Originally the song was subtitled "Never Ending Doubting Woman Blues." This was a reference to a final spoken tag left off the finished version which had Plant proclaiming "What's the matter with you mama, never-ending, nagging, doubting woman blues. 'Black Country' refers to the area near to Birmingham in which Robert Plant was brought up.

"Black Country Woman" was only played live at......
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