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Its only our all-time favourite Led Zepp song.
Actually, pretty much our all-time fav song.

For your listening pleasure…

UNITED KINGDOM - DECEMBER 01: Photo of LED ZEPPELIN; L-R: John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Bonham - posed, group shot, sitting on car bonnet - first photo session with WEA Records in London in December 1968. (Photo by Dick Barnatt/Redferns) All four members of Led Zeppelin have agreed that “Kashmir” is one of their best musical achievements. John Paul Jones suggested that it showcases all of the elements that made up the Led Zeppelin sound.
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‘Black Country Woman’
a song by
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Allegedly this song is about Plant and how he flitted between his wife Maureen and his sister-in-law,
Shirley whom he later had a son.
Where he sings “Well that’s alright I “know” your sister too.”

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The Story of a Song and it’s Legacy.
What made this tune so extraordinarily timeless?
Let’s talk the magic  ::

“It’s been voted on to scores of lists of the ‘Greatest Songs of all Time’;  it was claimed on its 20th anniversary in 1991 that it had been played 2,874,000 times on the radio, amounting to 44 years’ worth of airtime…
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was inspired by Joni Mitchell’s ‘California.’ 


Jimmy Page and Robert Plant were huge fans of hers. When performed live, after the lines “To find the queen without a king they say she plays guitar and cries and sings,” Plant would often say the name “Joni.” This started as a song about earthquakes, but developed into a song about the search for a woman. 
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