Впервые выпущена 24 февраля 1975 на альбоме «Physical Graffiti»
Выпускалась также на сборниках 21 сентября 1993 года «Boxed Set2» (Atlantic 82477) и 6 октября 1993 года «The Complete Studio Recordings» (Atlantic 82526).
The title, which is correctly spelled ‘Bron-Y-Aur’, and, pronounced ‘Bron-Yar’, is the name of a derelict cottage in South Snowdonia in Wales where Page and Plant retreated to write some songs and get to know each other before the third album was recorded. It has been attributed as having several meanings, and Welsh is a language best left to the Welsh. The most common translation is «breast of gold». Another version is offered by Cameron Crowe, «…Bron-Y-Aur, so-called for the stretch of sun that crossed the valley every day.» The working title for «Bron-Y-Aur Stomp» was «Jenning’s Farm Blues». This early version was quite different from the song that finally appeared on the album, particularly as it was not acoustic.