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Led Zeppelin

Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman) (2:41)

"Livin' Lovin' Maid (She's Just A Woman)" is a song by the English rock band Led Zeppelin from their album Led Zeppelin II, released in 1969. It was also released as the b-side of the single "Whole Lotta Love". The song is about a groupie who annoyed the band early in their career.

It is often noted that this is guitarist Jimmy Page's least favorite Led Zeppelin song, and was thus never performed in concert, because Jimmy Page's then-girlfriend… read more

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  • Isn`t it great, this band has still got over 160 million plays. well deserved.
  • Love it <3
  • Listening to the 2nd studio album "Led Zeppelin II" released in October 1969 and produce by Jimmy Page. First album with the incredible skills of sound engineer Eddie Kramer. 12 X Platinum. Considered one of the most influential Rock albums of the 60's-70's era. Good speakers or headphones, some good drugs, some good friends, some good wine, and this album took you anywhere you wanted to go.
  • Plant does a dead-accurate John Fogerty impression on this. I put on the Creedence channel, and Last played this - now, I get why it did.
  • legendary riff
  • She's just a woman!!!!!!
  • Heartbreaker! thank you, I was trying to figure out why this seemed short to me. they usually play another song together with it! thanks
  • Love it !
  • Ahhh you got it .......
  • Just not the same without Heartbreaker before it.

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