German picture sleeve
|Single by Bee Gees|
|A-side||"How Can You Mend a Broken Heart"|
|Recorded||6 April 1971
IBC Studios, London
|Genre||Progressive rock, blues rock, country rock, folk rock|
|Label||Polydor Records (U.K.)
Atco Records (U.S.)
|Producer(s)||Robert Stigwood, Bee Gees|
|Bee Gees singles chronology|
"Country Woman" is a song written and performed by English band Bee Gees, it was written and performed by Maurice Gibb, and released as a B-side of "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart", This track was released as a double A in Germany, France, Japan and in Canada. This track was sounded like the 1972 song "On Time". It was included on their album Trafalgar but it was omitted.
It was recorded in April 6, also a same day that they finished the songs "God's Good Grace" (unreleased) and "The Greatest Man in the World" (released in the album Trafalgar, Consist of Maurice Gibb (vocals, bass, guitar, organ), Alan Kendall (guitar) and Geoff Bridgford (drums). Its style was a country rock number and with a piano-led instrumental break, And it features a guitar played by Maurice.
- Maurice Gibb - lead and backing vocals, bass, piano, guitar, organ
- Alan Kendall - guitar
- Geoff Bridgford - drums
- Bill Shepherd - orchestral arrangement