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Lazarus
(Bethany)
Posted: Jan 30, 2016 - 22:43
 

 treatment_bound wrote:
Laz,

Nice tribute to your fallen comrade with the headstone shots changing with the seasons.

I see the Buckshot beer from last fall has been replaced this winter with Coors' products.  Is that what he drank during the "frosty months"?

P.S.-Is that "Lazarus Effect" movie coming out tomorrow some sort of biopic on you?

 
Everybody in my galactic presidential campaigns loves this song...  Buster's dog named McCartney has joined him...  hope life is grand for you right now, treatment_bound...

 photo Chris with McCartney added 12-27-2015_zps4b2sr29j.jpg

BBoyes
(Utah: Gateway to Nevada)
Posted: Jan 25, 2016 - 15:56
 

 boober wrote:

He's 66......and he's an artist. As long as the passion is still there. He is willing to fail and take chances. I like that.

 
Right, he hasn't gotten stale, this is quite different from previous work. That's hard to do for 40+ years, I suspect.

BBoyes
(Utah: Gateway to Nevada)
Posted: Jan 22, 2016 - 10:38
 

 jbuhl wrote:
I like all the tracks I have heard of this.  My have to fork $

 
+1. Everytime I hear a track, I recognize Plant's voice, stop and go look at the details, and it is this album! Really like the bluesy yet electronic- and rock- tinged groove. This is the kind of music I'd love to play myself!

helgigermany
(Germany)
Posted: Dec 14, 2015 - 23:20
 

Its a gift, that somebody can be active in this part of life. Very nice music!

jbuhl
(Boulder,CO)
Posted: Nov 25, 2015 - 21:00
 

I like all the tracks I have heard of this.  My have to fork $

kingart
(Brooklyn NY)
Posted: Oct 25, 2015 - 15:48
 

Nice. Listenable. 
Next!  

boober
(KC,Mo)
Posted: Sep 24, 2015 - 07:35
 

 rjewyo wrote:
Ghiaap wrote:
Fantastic, to make still relevant music at his age!

 
At his age???? What the F....

 
He's 66......and he's an artist. As long as the passion is still there. He is willing to fail and take chances. I like that.



ScottN
(An inch above the K/T boundary. But smth near fracking still has appeal.)
Posted: Sep 24, 2015 - 07:35
 

 lauriet wrote:
More to the point - making interesting music when he could be touring on 30 year old music and raking in $$$$$.

 
Indeed, I guess he knows that a couple hundred million dollars+  is quite enough to lead life as he chooses.
I admire his solo work a lot.  This song is another good one.

LindyLuv
(Penryn)
Posted: Aug 23, 2015 - 22:56
 


LindyLuv
(Penryn)
Posted: Aug 23, 2015 - 22:55
 


lauriet
(Colorado)
Posted: Aug 11, 2015 - 14:39
 

More to the point - making interesting music when he could be touring on 30 year old music and raking in $$$$$.

rjewyo
(Ventura, CA)
Posted: Jun 20, 2015 - 09:34
 

Ghiaap wrote:
Fantastic, to make still relevant music at his age!

 
At his age???? What the F....

Ghiaap
(Haarlo, The Netherlands)
Posted: May 21, 2015 - 23:40
 

Fantastic, to make still relevant music at his age!

NoEnzLefttoSplit
Posted: May 21, 2015 - 23:39
 

I keep thinking this track is going to morph into Bombino.

GoodKarm
Posted: May 14, 2015 - 05:31
 

yep!

hempmandan
(Menlo Park, CA)
Posted: Apr 18, 2015 - 00:22
 

RP always a 10
ChrisVIII
(Germany)
Posted: Apr 12, 2015 - 11:04
 

 kennewicksheri wrote:
perfectly matched to the previous today, Bolero by Ravel
the change was noticed when Robert Plant began to sing
amazing.......
Thank you .... Thank you Radio Paradise for the music .. for the creative energy you share
and most of all... for finding pieces I might never hear any where else...
Thank you ...... Bolero to Robert Plant.... totally awesome 

 
{#Jump}

kennewicksheri
Posted: Apr 12, 2015 - 11:02
 

perfectly matched to the previous today, Bolero by Ravel
the change was noticed when Robert Plant began to sing
amazing.......
Thank you .... Thank you Radio Paradise for the music .. for the creative energy you share
and most of all... for finding pieces I might never hear any where else...
Thank you ...... Bolero to Robert Plant.... totally awesome 

Proclivities
(Paris of the Piedmont)
Posted: Mar 17, 2015 - 07:54
 

 xtalman wrote:
S-curvy wrote:

Rolling Stone did an interview w/ him RE this effort, and 1) Yes, he and Patty are split, 2) he's hanging around with Alison Krauss, and #3) MOST importantly, it's not just Plant, but he has a super solid band that taps into American roots and they hit the road in the South.

My take-away is that Zepp's work came from a bunch of talented, eager, young British lads who could only tap into the Blues from across the Pond by listening to blues recordings; this time around, Plant has taken the full-immersion path and was living the Blues in Bluesland, complete with a Southern GF, a Bluegrass gal-pal, and a band that includes great current talent from across the American music spectrum, but also touches the African and British veins that have and continue to influence rock and roll.  Could we call this "New Roots Music?"  Plant is demonstrating what real mastery is: he continues to look at himself, his journeys passed and his journey forward — he's evolving and embraces it.

I am looking forward to some amazing work from these guys.  Thumbs up emoticon

My guess is he was referring to Alison Krauss and not Patty Griffin.  

 
I think you are correct about that blurb referring to Alison Krauss, but she is not from the South either; she's from Illinois.

kcar
Posted: Mar 11, 2015 - 19:19
 

 WonderLizard wrote:
One of my unsung guitar heroes is Liam Tyson, who simply sizzled during his tenure with Cast. I wonder how much of the incredible guitar work on this album is his and how much is Justin Adams's, who is not yet legendary, but will be.

 
Never heard of either guy, but the guitar on this is wonderful. Great song too! Haven't always liked Robert's solo stuff, but this album seems strong throughout. 

OHMish
(Copenhagen)
Posted: Jan 18, 2015 - 14:52
 

I respect and like Robert Plant
One of the few old "superstars" who keeps it real and good (+ experimenting) even many years after their primetime
It's not desperate, disconnected or hollow like.. say.. U2
Who else can you say that about? 

xtalman
(What dimension?)
Posted: Jan 15, 2015 - 11:42
 

S-curvy wrote:

Rolling Stone did an interview w/ him RE this effort, and 1) Yes, he and Patty are split, 2) he's hanging around with Alison Krauss, and #3) MOST importantly, it's not just Plant, but he has a super solid band that taps into American roots and they hit the road in the South.

My take-away is that Zepp's work came from a bunch of talented, eager, young British lads who could only tap into the Blues from across the Pond by listening to blues recordings; this time around, Plant has taken the full-immersion path and was living the Blues in Bluesland, complete with a Southern GF, a Bluegrass gal-pal, and a band that includes great current talent from across the American music spectrum, but also touches the African and British veins that have and continue to influence rock and roll.  Could we call this "New Roots Music?"  Plant is demonstrating what real mastery is: he continues to look at himself, his journeys passed and his journey forward — he's evolving and embraces it.

I am looking forward to some amazing work from these guys.  Thumbs up emoticon
 
bwanab wrote:

Nice comment, but one possible correction. Patty isn't southern - she's from Maine.

 
My guess is he was referring to Alison Krauss and not Patty Griffin.  

WonderLizard
(2,755.46 mi. due east of Paradise)
Posted: Dec 23, 2014 - 16:44
 

One of my unsung guitar heroes is Liam Tyson, who simply sizzled during his tenure with Cast. I wonder how much of the incredible guitar work on this album is his and how much is Justin Adams's, who is not yet legendary, but will be.

bwanab
(Somewhere in Boston)
Posted: Dec 18, 2014 - 07:28
 

 S-curvy wrote:

Rolling Stone did an interview w/ him RE this effort, and 1) Yes, he and Patty are split, 2) he's hanging around with Alison Krauss, and #3) MOST importantly, it's not just Plant, but he has a super solid band that taps into American roots and they hit the road in the South.

My take-away is that Zepp's work came from a bunch of talented, eager, young British lads who could only tap into the Blues from across the Pond by listening to blues recordings; this time around, Plant has taken the full-immersion path and was living the Blues in Bluesland, complete with a Southern GF, a Bluegrass gal-pal, and a band that includes great current talent from across the American music spectrum, but also touches the African and British veins that have and continue to influence rock and roll.  Could we call this "New Roots Music?"  Plant is demonstrating what real mastery is: he continues to look at himself, his journeys passed and his journey forward — he's evolving and embraces it.

I am looking forward to some amazing work from these guys.  Thumbs up emoticon

 
Nice comment, but one possible correction. Patty isn't southern - she's from Maine.

bam23
(Berkeley)
Posted: Nov 11, 2014 - 19:42
 

I am absolutely certain that this is the first time hearing this piece. And yet, as soon as it started I though Robert Plant. Has he really developed such a distinct sound in recent years that even though he is not playing an instrument (of which I am aware) the music is recognizable? Rather amazing, or so I surmise.

pankman
(Hamburg, Germany)
Posted: Oct 24, 2014 - 01:32
 

phew … Robert Plant is obviously on heavy rotation here on rp {#Grumpy}

ScottN
(An inch above the K/T boundary. But smth near fracking still has appeal.)
Posted: Oct 18, 2014 - 13:34
 

 S-curvy wrote:

Rolling Stone did an interview w/ him RE this effort, and 1) Yes, he and Patty are split, 2) he's hanging around with Alison Krauss, and #3) MOST importantly, it's not just Plant, but he has a super solid band that taps into American roots and they hit the road in the South.

My take-away is that Zepp's work came from a bunch of talented, eager, young British lads who could only tap into the Blues from across the Pond by listening to blues recordings; this time around, Plant has taken the full-immersion path and was living the Blues in Bluesland, complete with a Southern GF, a Bluegrass gal-pal, and a band that includes great current talent from across the American music spectrum, but also touches the African and British veins that have and continue to influence rock and roll.  Could we call this "New Roots Music?"  Plant is demonstrating what real mastery is: he continues to look at himself, his journeys passed and his journey forward — he's evolving and embraces it.

I am looking forward to some amazing work from these guys.  Thumbs up emoticon

 
Thanks for that {#Arrowu}.  Wonderful song from the perhaps the most successful  (surviving) solo alumnus of the early Brit invasion.  Clapton competes, I 'spose.  Oh, and a guy named McCartney.


S-curvy
(Lovely Alameda, the Isle of Style)
Posted: Oct 17, 2014 - 08:58
 

 Huey wrote:
I wonder if his relationship with Patty has anything to do with why he's making such great music at the moment?

An 8 for this one. 

 
Rolling Stone did an interview w/ him RE this effort, and 1) Yes, he and Patty are split, 2) he's hanging around with Alison Krauss, and #3) MOST importantly, it's not just Plant, but he has a super solid band that taps into American roots and they hit the road in the South.

My take-away is that Zepp's work came from a bunch of talented, eager, young British lads who could only tap into the Blues from across the Pond by listening to blues recordings; this time around, Plant has taken the full-immersion path and was living the Blues in Bluesland, complete with a Southern GF, a Bluegrass gal-pal, and a band that includes great current talent from across the American music spectrum, but also touches the African and British veins that have and continue to influence rock and roll.  Could we call this "New Roots Music?"  Plant is demonstrating what real mastery is: he continues to look at himself, his journeys passed and his journey forward — he's evolving and embraces it.

I am looking forward to some amazing work from these guys.  Thumbs up emoticon

Lainna
Posted: Oct 16, 2014 - 19:28
 

from a idol, I didn know this one
Stingray
Posted: Oct 16, 2014 - 19:23
 

9

musikluvr
Posted: Oct 08, 2014 - 10:12
 

I'm liking this new album so far. Good to hear Robert still at it. Thanks RP.

Lazarus
(Bethany)
Posted: Oct 01, 2014 - 11:34
 

Everybody in my alien space craft loves this song...

this song reminds me of my dead best friend...  he died 12 years ago today...  here is his tombstone on 10-1-2014  (Lennon and McCartney are his dogs...  McCartney is still alive)—


my dead best friend's headstone photo ChrisBrownsheadstoneon10-1-2014_zps6c3a2d07.jpg

thewiseking
(New York, New York)
Posted: Oct 01, 2014 - 10:47
 

Unlike most of the other Dinosaurs, this one has evolved!

willmcnaught
(Eugene Oregon)
Posted: Oct 01, 2014 - 10:46
 

{#Dancingbanana} Ty nice stuff!

WonderLizard
(2,755.46 mi. due east of Paradise)
Posted: Sep 20, 2014 - 21:09
 

 maxjboxer wrote:
How many artists are still relevant after 40 years of making music?  Even 20 or 30 years?  Maybe a handful.

 
The music surrounding this is the answer to your question: Jagger and Richards, Jeff Beck, not to mention Sir Paul and of course Ringo.

WonderLizard
(2,755.46 mi. due east of Paradise)
Posted: Sep 20, 2014 - 21:07
 

My god, how he wrings the very most from that incredible voice.

maxjboxer
(Minneapolis, MN)
Posted: Sep 12, 2014 - 10:30
 

How many artists are still relevant after 40 years of making music?  Even 20 or 30 years?  Maybe a handful.

Moonflower31
(Flagstaff)
Posted: Sep 10, 2014 - 12:14
 

Here ya go. They have a nice slice of the album here… Geez, I still call them albums….

http://www.npr.org/2014/09/01/343144827/first-listen-robert-plant-lullaby-and-the-ceaseless-roar 

Moonflower31
(Flagstaff)
Posted: Sep 10, 2014 - 09:38
 

From what I read on NPR, He and Pattiy have split. A wealth of music flows from him…. This is one of his best.


 Huey wrote:
I wonder if his relationship with Patty has anything to do with why he's making such great music at the moment?

An 8 for this one. 

 



aspicer
(Chicago, IL)
Posted: Sep 10, 2014 - 09:37
 

REALLY digging' this one.  Curious about the rest of the album.  The other track RP is playing is strong too.  Nice to hear he continues to "have it!"

Huey
(Netherlands)
Posted: Sep 09, 2014 - 07:55
 

I wonder if his relationship with Patty has anything to do with why he's making such great music at the moment?

An 8 for this one. 

ski19570
(Hovering 50 miles from Paradise...)
Posted: Sep 09, 2014 - 07:22
 

Yeah it would be interesting to hear a bit more of the CD.. 

ScottN
(An inch above the K/T boundary. But smth near fracking still has appeal.)
Posted: Sep 09, 2014 - 07:20
 

He certainly has made a most musically adventurous solo career. More from this new one please.