Headley Grange

Headley Grange is a former poorhouse in Headley, East Hampshire, England, UK. It is best known as a recording and rehearsal venue in the 1960s and 1970s for bands such as Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, Fleetwood Mac, Genesis, Peter Frampton, the Pretty Things, Ian Dury and Clover.

Today the house is a private residence.

Read more about Headley Grange:  Early History, Use As A Recording and Rehearsal Studio, Depiction in It Might Get Loud

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Led Zeppelin IV - Recording Sessions
... suggestion of Fleetwood Mac, the band then moved to Headley Grange, a remote Victorian house in East Hampshire, England, to conduct additional recordings ... and go in and do what we had to do." This relaxed, atmospheric environment at Headley Grange also provided other advantages for the band ... As is explained by Dave Lewis, "By moving into Headley Grange for the whole period of recording, many of the tracks were made up on the spot and committed to tape almost there and then." ...
Headley Grange - Depiction in It Might Get Loud
... In the 2009 documentary It Might Get Loud, Page is filmed visiting Headley Grange and discussing the recording of Led Zeppelin IV there ...
Physical Graffiti - Recording Session
... Graffiti initially took place in November 1973 at Headley Grange in East Hampshire, England ... Jones changed his mind and sessions resumed at Headley Grange after the Christmas holidays ... sessions for the previous two albums, the decision to record at the informal surroundings of Headley Grange provided a welcome opportunity for the band to improvise and develop material ...