“the architect of rock and roll”
Posts Tagged: Robert Plant
Arroyo Seco Weekend with Neil Young + Promise of the Real headlining
the festival is obviously not targeting the same demographic than Coachella
a classicist scoping the width and breadth of sound
encoring with, are you ready?, “Whole Lotta Love”
a meeting place of “Ecstatic Trance” and Post-Delta influenced blues Rock
rocks em socks em but not violently
Robert Plant joined John Bonham’s sister Deborah onstage for two songs at the weekend.
You want some numbers, right? That’s why you’re here. OK, Christian rapper Lecrae shifted 88,000 units, Ryan Adams, 45,000, Interpol 31,000 and Robert Plant, 29,000? Impressed? Led Zeppelin sold 37 million copies, and despite not being available on streaming services and despite being a really good album, look what Plant sold? Any questions? Then go about your business.
I didn’t much care for the first single “Rainbow” and didn’t pursue the new Robert Plant album but I have heard it now and it is a very strong. Incidentally, I just read about ten reviews and nobody knows how to describe the sound. Let me help: the words are folk rock. Sam Smith at the top of the charts again!
Why does all his solo stuff sound like Led Zep covering rockabilly? I mean, I thought the whole point was he didn’t wanna sound like Led Zep, and I guess I am thinking more Plant-Page than even Zep, still, we have been here before and his refusal to work with Page seems like dissemblance – B
I sat with Robert Plant for a talk and when I say sat with Robert Plant for a talk what I mean nu sat for a talk is cut and pasted an interview he conducted with Lane Brown of New York Magazine and tilled it for any interest, but no stabbing Page in the back, no chariots of the gods, not a sausage
A new Sia is always good news, a new Manic Street Preachers we’ve been waiting for all year, Clapton taking on the late JJ Cale, Tom Petty hopefully in Southern accents style, Van Dyke Parks (not on Spotify no doubt),. The second week in September is killer: Robert Plant, Loudon Wainwright III, Ryan Adams and Karen O.
Robert Plant is saying there will be no reunion so there you have it– and thank God. Let the legends remain pristine the last thing we need is to see Plant with a sock in his Depends singin’ “Whole Lotta Love”..ew.
The kids would love it of course. From the cheap seats you wouldn’t see the human decay going on. With technical advances the aged sound can be corrected and whoa nelly the cash would pour in like the Hoover Dam sprung a lead.