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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Not that his solo work did much looking back before that, but since his brief s dalliance with former Led Zeppelin bandmate Jimmy Page as Page and Plant ended, Plant has spent the bulk of his time trying his best not to sound like Led Zep, dabbling in bluegrass and American roots music with such collaborators as Alison Krauss, Buddy Miller, T Bone Burnett and Patty Griffin.
Why mess with a good thing? We reached the eternally thoughtful Plant at a hotel in New York City, where he was looking forward to a midday chess lesson.
Here are some highlights. But I guess if you go back to the beginning of this, maybe to the farewell to Jimmy Page and the whole deal at the end of the last century — and it does feel like it was the last century, for sure — I just set off in a different direction. I think the musicians are so vividly different and coming from different angles, and yet they have different harmony.
We really do play off each other in very interesting ways. So the natural course is just to explore off each other without it being a big deal. Mighty ReArranger became something really special and that was probably the real opening of the account that we share.
And that was a very good opening stretch for all of us to go into places where. And my adventures with Alison Krauss or Patty Griffin and Buddy Miller in Band of Joy gave me another feel for what I do and allowed me to really explore some aspects of music from European immigrants in this vastness of what is North America.
Yes, but I also want it to be exotic in the middle of it all. It would be dull as dishwater to be just finding a kind of stream of acceptability to hang onto. There are plenty of options like that. I must commend you for not taking that route and doing the obvious thing that everybody would like to see you do. There are people who come and go and who have great moments, and then they veer off to the left and the right and they do other things.
Do you see a lot of life left yet in this current band? I think so for sure, yeah. No, imagine me! And what I do now with these guys is pretty twisted and convoluted, and it has moments of absolute controlled mayhem in it. But never just for the sake of it. Well, you know, this is what I do. Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. All rights reserved. To order copies of Toronto Star articles, please go to: www. Subscribe Now.
Clearly his CV is impressive. Dave Smith, who had been playing drums, took time off, and my name got put into the mix along with a lot of other people. So I learned every song. I also learned every version of every song since the original. I learned about who wrote the song, when it was originally done, who produced it…because if you know all that detail about the song, when you sit down to play it, you have a deeper connection to it. And so I knew the music inside and out.
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CONCERT REVIEW: Robert Plant freshens up Led Zeppelin favorites in a mesmerizing set
Plant has had a most musically fruitful 21st century, delving deep into Americana on Raising Sand , his Grammy-sweeping collaboration with Alison Krauss, and Band of Joy , his hookup with then-partner Patty Griffin. It was in that mode that Plant returned to the Mann Center on Tuesday night, with a reshaped version of the Space Shifters that now includes Nashville fiddler and guitarist Lillie Mae. It was an immediate sign that the singer with the shoulder-length curls and gray goatee — a lion who still roars — was willing to revisit the catalog of the blues-metal band with whom he once so memorably ululated alongside guitarist Jimmy Page. Want to know what's going on in Philly? Find out about upcoming concerts, shows, and other events with our weekly newsletter. Six of the dozen songs played during the enthralling hour-and-a-half set originated in the Led Zeppelin oeuvre. Now, with a band that gives him the flexibility to do so, Plant mixes the music up as he pleases, never settling for sitting still.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Pantera - Planet Caravan (Video)
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Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters review – princely pomp and primordial power
Clearly his CV is impressive. Dave Smith, who had been playing drums, took time off, and my name got put into the mix along with a lot of other people. So I learned every song. I also learned every version of every song since the original. I learned about who wrote the song, when it was originally done, who produced it…because if you know all that detail about the song, when you sit down to play it, you have a deeper connection to it. And so I knew the music inside and out. And the reason I prepared that way for this gig was because I love Led Zeppelin. Blease: I did write everything down, and I charted out all the originals. MD: Do you feel that your approach of connecting with the history of each song set you apart from the rest of the candidates?
Robert Plant has a sensational new band, so why would he get Led Zeppelin back together?
R obert Plant has, rightly, won lots of plaudits for reinventing himself in the past couple of decades, morphing from rock dinosaur to a thoughtful artist happy to embrace world music, country and electronica. As for the man himself, he still has all the magnetic charisma and presence that made him the frontman of the band that more or less created rock music as we know it. As his musicians rip into their work, he pulls faces of mock amazement as the solos screech around him.
Plant enjoyed great success with Led Zeppelin from the late s through the end of the s. Although Led Zeppelin dissolved in , Plant occasionally collaborated with Jimmy Page on various projects through this period, including forming a short-lived all-star group with Page and Jeff Beck in , called the Honeydrippers. A powerful and wide vocal range particularly evident in his high-pitched vocals has given Plant a successful singing career spanning over 50 years. In , Rolling Stone editors ranked him number 15 on their list of the best singers of all time.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Not that his solo work did much looking back before that, but since his brief s dalliance with former Led Zeppelin bandmate Jimmy Page as Page and Plant ended, Plant has spent the bulk of his time trying his best not to sound like Led Zep, dabbling in bluegrass and American roots music with such collaborators as Alison Krauss, Buddy Miller, T Bone Burnett and Patty Griffin. Why mess with a good thing?