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Should Heartbreaker and Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman) ever be played independantly of each other?

Asked by Blondesjon (33921points) July 12th, 2011

These songs are two Led Zeppelin classics that are always played together, Heartbreaker leading directly into _Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman).

I actually went to the trouble of making them a single mp3 on my iPod so that when I’m in shuffle mode they will still play the same.

Are there any other album arrangements, like this one, that should be kept intact?

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marinelife's avatar

I think of these two songs together. I like them back to back. I can’t imagine them any other way.

Slightly different (entertwined) are Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme/Scarborough Fair by Simon and Garfunkel.

obvek's avatar

Shit… I thought you were watching a Lifetime double feature.

Brian1946's avatar

I play them separately, and that separation is over 30 years.

Heartbreaker is probably my favorite Zeppelin tune, but I haven’t heard LLM since sometime before 1980.

Poser's avatar

I never knew they were two songs. I’m pretty sure the CD I wore out in high school had them as one track.

Cruiser's avatar

Dark Side of the Moon should always be played front to back. Sacrilege to take any song on that album out or order!

Russell_D_SpacePoet's avatar

From concert footage I have seen over the years, when they did play Heartbreaker it was always followed with Living Loving Maid. There is a Judas Priest song, The electric eye that has an intro that is always played with it also. My mp3 player doesn’t see it that way though.

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