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  1. I have sometimes wondered if they missed an opportunity by not having the harmonica solo live on Black Country Woman during the 1977 tour. Sure, the song works as an energetic short introduction to The Stomp, but it has a great harmonica break on the album. Plant did well with the harmonica during Nobody's Fault on the tour. I am glad they played Black Country Woman live, but I think it could have been something really special if Plant blasted that harmonica. I don't think two songs with harmonica in one show would have been too much. Yes, in the studio version Plant vocalizes during parts of his two harmonica breaks but so what? I think it would have been great live and a nice touch to the 1977 shows. The bass, drums, guitar and vocals were all song strong in the 1977 versions. What do you think?
  2. What musical key is "key to the highway/trouble in mind" in? thanks (im an newbie)
  3. Hello all, I'm new to this forum and thought I'd introduce myself, while also subjecting myself to endless criticism. My band "Elk Creek" performs "When the Levee Breaks" occasionally. Anyway just thought I'd share. The way we do it ends up being a little more Harmonica focused than Zeppelin's version.
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