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It's a warm-boned autumn afternoon in London's Primrose Hill, and Robert Plant, 69, is luminous as a cartoon lion, a Soul Jazz records T-shirt.and
Remember when Amanda said T-Bone Burnett is her favorite producer? These two found the common ground between their respective genres by covering artists from the Everly Brothers to Sam Phillips, and found their own beautiful sound while they were doing it. All of the musicians on this album are incredible, but nobody except T-Bone Burnett could have seen this project through, and that is why we love him. Alison has always been very, very good at covers in surprising genres. Many videos are linked below.
That kind of thing could change her creative flow, and she's all about the work. For a legend of the country and bluegrass world, expecting anything else would be sacrilege. That kind of golden focus brought Krauss to one of the apexes of Recording Academy history. I've got some tracks that I'm finishing, and we're deciding whether we're going to use them for a project in , depending on how we feel about the collection! I also have some vocals to do on other projects that I haven't got through yet. I'm just going to keep on waiting a little bit.
reDiscover Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ ‘Raising Sand’
That whipping sound you all heard a few months ago was a million heads doing a fast double-take at the announcement that former Led Zeppelin belter Robert Plant and bluegrass queen Alison Krauss were teaming up to make a CD together. Say what? Actually, if you think about it, it does make sense.
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Thu 2 Nov We are somewhere in the West Midlands in It was his first studio experience. I was very, very nervous. Four years later, the young show-off was an international rock god, all mane, chest and roar. But Friends marked a departure. I really should have shut the fuck up!
Raising Sand is a Grammy-award winning collaboration album by rock singer Robert Plant and bluegrass - country singer Alison Krauss. It was released on October 23, by Rounder Records. The album was met with critical acclaim, earning an averaged score of 87 from compiled reviews on Metacritic. December 17, Retrieved December 20,
Robert Plant on Led Zeppelin, Alison Krauss and his endless wanderlust