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Patrycja

Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters - 2015 gigs/tour dates

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In the recent USA Today article, it states that Robert and the SSS have some shows already lined up and, "More tour dates are expected soon."

I thought it would be good for the sake of clarity regarding gigs and tour dates in 2015 to create a space to post about and discuss a musician who along with his collaborators is in the news for actually making and performing and discussing music.

So far:

VIVE LATINO, March 13 - 15, 2015 (RP & SSS on the 13th)

BOTTLEROCK, May 29 - 31, 2015

BONNAROO, June 11 - 14, 2015

Here's hoping for more great live shows and new music :D

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Thanks! I missed Robert when he played the Pinkpop festival. Hope he'll visit The Netherlands again this year.......

Maaike

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Hoping Robert and co. play some more UK shows this year. He was incredible at Glastonbury Abbey last year. Gutted I couldn't make the fall dates in London as it seems they were even better! He and the band seem to be going from strength to strength at the moment. I seriously think he's doing some of the best shows of his career now. Plus, I thought the new record was incredible :)

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From the interview:

Plant makes it clear he has no intention of losing sight of his lifelong pursuit of setting his life experiences to music. "I hear the sound of time roaring past me," he says. "And there is no time to lose. "

I love RP's thoughts on life!

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From the interview:

Plant makes it clear he has no intention of losing sight of his lifelong pursuit of setting his life experiences to music. "I hear the sound of time roaring past me," he says. "And there is no time to lose. "

I love RP's thoughts on life!

It's a good article that reiterates his pov on the never-ending journey (with some added other details for spice) and gets the news flowing of their playing again (plus a great B/W photo - I'm wild about them!).

Another series of performances at LOLLAPALOOZA:

CHILE, MARCH 14 & 15, 2015 (RP & SSS playing on the 15th)

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ARGENTINA, MARCH 21 & 22, 2015 (doesn't say yet which day they're performing)

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BRASIL, MARCH 28 & 29, 2015 (RP & SSS show on the 28th)

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Hmm, somehow I missed this one:

ROBERT PLANT AND THE SENSATIONAL SPACE SHIFTERS ANNOUNCED AT ASUNCIÓNICO

Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters will perform at ASUNCIÓNICO in Asunción, Paraguay. The festival runs from March 19-20 at Costanera de Asunción.

Public onsale begins Monday, December 22nd @ 10am UK / 5am EST / 2am PST

http://www.robertplant.com/#news

They will be playing on March 19, 2015. You can get more info about the festival and tickets here: http://www.asuncionico.com/

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A couple of UK gigs in July:

ROBERT PLANT ANNOUNCES TWO SPECIAL FOREST LIVE GIGS

The Led Zeppelin frontman brings his unique show to UK forests

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Photo:

Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters have announced two dates as part of Forest Live. Full details are below.

Following his stunning performance at the iTunes festival and his abject refusal to either discuss ludicrous Led Zeppelin rumours and Jimmy Page's most recent press tour, Robert Plant will play two special gigs in July.

Robert Plant has announced two gigs as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission.

Robert Plant and the Sensationsal Space Shifters will play the following dates.

10 July Westonbirt Arboretum, Flos
11 July Cannock Chase Forest, Staffs


Tickets go on sale at 9am on 6 February. For tickets and more information, click here.

Other acts taking part in Forest Live include Tom Odell, Paloma Faith, James, The Script, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott. For tickets for all dates, click here.

http://www.gigwise.com/news/97750/robert-plant-tour-2015-includes-two-forest-live-gigs

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^ Just wanted to add a link to the Forest Live site: http://forestry.gov.uk/music

Revenues from concerts help protect forests and wildlife. It's a great cause to support. Check out their initiatives: http://forestry.gov.uk/england

JULY 16, 2015 - MOLDEJAZZ FESTIVAL, NORWAY

Festival runs July 13 - 18

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Moldejazz' are thrilled to present rock-icon and world-musician Robert Plant alongside his band The Sensational Space Shifters at Romsdalsmuseet on Thursday July 16th. The former Led Zeppelin-singer, a creative and playful musician anno 2015, plays his very own mix of folk-rock, roots and blues - intermixed with west-African music - and is not afraid to reinterpret his Zeppelin-classics. This will be a two-part concert, and first to take the stage is American jazz-singer Gregory Porter who has seen a quick rise to stardom since his 2010 debut. The man with the velvety voice is one of the worlds most sought-after jazz-artists, and Moldejazz are exuberant to be able to present him at Romsdalsmuseet.

http://www.moldejazz.no/2015/en-gb/news/robert-plant--og--gregor

More info here about tickets and the rest of the festival:

http://www.moldejazz.no/2015/en-gb

(Edited for slight obsession for getting things just so. One day, I will have another edit-free post. Today is not that day :blush: )

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Hmm I'm just going to affectionately name the 2015 gigs the 'Elsewhere Festival' tour. Lucky people of Elsewhere, here are some more shows for you to enjoy B)

SUNDAY, MAY 24, 2015 - SASQUATCH! FESTIVAL at Gorge Amphitheatre, George, WA (This isn't listed on Robert's site, but I'm assuming it's still on based on info below).

Festival runs May 22 - 25, 2015. Presale is happening now, and passes for the general public go on sale this Saturday, February 7th at 10am Pacific. You can get tickets HERE

More info about the entire festival: http://sasquatchfestival.com/ and the RP/SSS specific page: http://lineup.sasquatchfestival.com/band/robert-plant-and-the-sensational-space-shifters

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July will be a busy touring month in Europe.

JULY 14, 2015 - GRONA LUND in STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

This is listed on RP's site, but on the event site, there is no info about it: http://www.gronalund.com/en/entertainment-concerts/konserter-2015/ I mean they've already got Ace Frehley and Weird Al Jankovic listed for God's sake!

JULY 16, 2015 - NORWAY (above)

JULY 18, 2015 - PORI JAZZ FESTIVAL, KIRJURINLUOTO ARENA in PORI, FINLAND - TICKETS: http://www.lippupalvelu.fi/event/pori-jazz-2015-kirjurinluoto-lauantai-lippuja/148533?language=en-us

Festival runs July 11 - 18, 2015. Here's some info about the festival: http://porijazz.fi/en/info There is no info yet about RP/SSS performing, but it's on his site.

JULY 19, 2015 - POSITIVUS FESTIVAL in SALACGRIVA, LATVIA - TICKETS: https://www.positivusfestival.com/en/store/eticket/

Festival runs from July 17 - 19, 2015. More info about it here: https://www.positivusfestival.com/en/about-positivus/ The acts will apparently be revealed on Feb. 9th, but again, it's listed on RP's site.

JULY 21, 2015 - DOLINA CHARLOTTY (CHARLOTTA VALLEY), SŁUPSK, POLAND - TICKETS: http://www.ticketpro.pl/jnp/en/wszystko/1540131-robert-plant.html

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There's a Legends of Rock Festival site (no info about the July 21st show), but none that I've found about the festival in the poster above. There's just this info about the amphitheatre: http://www.dolinacharlotty.pl/en/amphitheatre-page-56099 Maybe like the other sites, they've yet to update. In looking this up, I wandered about and and ended up looking at some photos of the area in the motherland. Now I'm a little misty eyed...

JULY 23, 2015 - HALA RONDO in BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC - TICKETS http://www.ticketpro.cz/jnp/en/hudba/rock/1536791-robert-plant.html

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A couple of UK gigs in July:

ROBERT PLANT ANNOUNCES TWO SPECIAL FOREST LIVE GIGS

The Led Zeppelin frontman brings his unique show to UK forests

robertplantforestgig750.jpg

Photo:

Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters have announced two dates as part of Forest Live. Full details are below.

Following his stunning performance at the iTunes festival and his abject refusal to either discuss ludicrous Led Zeppelin rumours and Jimmy Page's most recent press tour, Robert Plant will play two special gigs in July.

Robert Plant has announced two gigs as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission.

Robert Plant and the Sensationsal Space Shifters will play the following dates.

10 July Westonbirt Arboretum, Flos

11 July Cannock Chase Forest, Staffs

Tickets go on sale at 9am on 6 February. For tickets and more information, click here.

Other acts taking part in Forest Live include Tom Odell, Paloma Faith, James, The Script, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott. For tickets for all dates, click here.

http://www.gigwise.com/news/97750/robert-plant-tour-2015-includes-two-forest-live-gigs

I will be at the Cannock Chase show.

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I will be at the Cannock Chase show.

That's awesome. I checked out the other venue sites/forests listed on the Forestry Commission site, and hands down The National Arboretum has the most stunning scenery. If I had my druthers, that's the one I'd go to (and whisper to every tree - I know it's cheesy, and I don't care) and the concert would be a bonus. Anyway, it'll be interesting to see how the set list changes and whether they introduce any new songs along the way.

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Robert is always the busy bee and loves touring and showcasing his music to new audiences! Hope he returns to the NYC area shortly, but probably not too soon as he played a few shows in the area last September. Glad I got to see him at the historical Capitol Theatre in Portchester. Great show and venue!

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Hello again lucky people of Elsewhere :) Those of you in the US (just to make sure no one outside of Elsewhere gets them ;)) and over 21 have a chance to win tickets to the BOTTLEROCK FESTIVAL:

Festival Giveaway: Win Passes to BottleRock Festival in Napa Valley! Crave wants to send you to BottleRock Napa Valley to catch Imagine Dragons, Snoop Dogg, Cage The Elephant, Robert Plant, AWOLNATION and more!

February 13th, 2015 Johnny Firecloud

Taking a refined approach to the live-music experience of Summertime, the BottleRock Festival has revealed a highly impressive lineup for its 2015 incarnation, taking place Friday, May 29 through Sunday, May 31, 2015 in the heart of the City of Napa at the Napa Valley Expo. The bill includes a wide spectrum of artists representing rock, pop, hip-hop, alternative, folk and much more across four stages, including No Doubt, Imagine Dragons, Snoop Dogg, Cage The Elephant, Robert Plant, AWOLNATION and many more (lineup poster below). The best part? Crave is hooking up two lucky winners with a pair of festival passes each!

Picture yourself sipping regional delights while checking out some of music’s biggest stars performing in the heart of California’s wine country. If there’s a better way to kick off the Summer celebrations, we’ve yet to see it.

Tickets are on sale now at the official BottleRock site, running $215.00 – $295.00 (GA) and $575.00 (VIP) for weekend passes, respectively. Or you can try your chances at a pair of free general-admission tickets by entering below!

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Giveaway run: Feb. 13 – Feb. 28th

U.S. entries 21+ only please – read our official sweepstakes rules

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For more details head to the official Bottlerock website, where you can also pre-order tickets.

http://craveonline.ca/music/articles/823301-festival-giveaway-win-passes-bottlerock-festival-napa-valley

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Colmar is just a beautiful town as is the Alsace area around here. I visited Colmar a couple of years ago. Lot of great vineyards, cuisine and much to see and do in this region of France.

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Anybody going to that Sasquatch Festival?? Holy crap is that a great line-up--Robert Plant and a lot of other fun live bands. Hmm maybe should plan a trip to see my peeps in Seattle & Vancouver and check out the fest too?--coming up quick--but it looks like you have to get the $350 pass for all days. That kinda stinks.

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^Yeah it seems they're doing the festival circuit, which is smart - ready-made slots where they get a more diverse crowd and expose their music to more people. Still, it IS a steep ticket price. Too bad they don't have a one day pass option (though depending on the festival set-up, the logistics for that might be a nightmare). Have a great time, if you decide to go.

Anyway, some more dates have been added in late summer:

JULY 29, 2015 - JAHRHUNDERTHALLE in FRANKFURT, GERMANY http://www.jahrhunderthalle.de/

Here's a direct link to the RP/SSS show - http://www.jahrhunderthalle.de/programm/kalender/robert-plant/29-07-2015-20-00.aspx (how's your German?)

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Please note that RP's site has this show listed as being on July 28th, but that seems to be incorrect (when you click on 'tickets' on RP's site, the date on the ticketing site is is 29-7-2015, just like on the Jahrhunderthalle site). As they say in the Scouts, be prepared.

TICKETS: http://www.ticketmaster.de/event/robert-plant-tickets/128951?brand=de_jahrhunderthalle&camefrom=de_va_VA01503

JULY 31, 2015 - NOTODDEN BLUES FESTIVAL in NORWAY (festival runs from July 30 - August 2, 2015) http://bluesfest.no/

Here's a direct link to the RP/SSS write-up. Click 'English' (scroll down a bit in the 'News' section for the RP link) for Google translator hilarity - http://bluesfest.no/robert-plant--the-sensational-space-shifters

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It looks as though you can buy tickets for separate days, which is a good option http://www.billettservice.no/artist/notodden-blues-festival-billetter/370303

TICKETS for RP/SSS: http://www.billettservice.no/event/fredagspass-notodden-blues-festival-robert-plant-billetter/450859?language=en-us&languageSwitch=on

AUGUST 11, 2015 - ZENITH in MUNICH, GERMANY http://www.zenith-muenchen.de/

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(They didn't include a photo, so I just picked one I like) PHOTO: Nicole Fara Silver

TICKETS: http://www.ticketmaster.de/event/robert-plant-tickets/129041

Has the German language met a complex and lengthy consonant combination (with an occasional vowel thrown in) that is hasn't liked? I think not :D

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Greek Theatre Unveils 2015 Lineup: Robert Plant, Wilco, 'Weird Al'

By Mike Barnes, The Hollywood Reporter

| March 06, 2015 12:43 PM EST

As the drama over who will run The Greek Theatre continues to play out, the shows must go on, and so the iconic L.A. venue this morning unveiled its lineup and subscription program for its 2015 season.

Among the acts set to perform under the stars are Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters, Boy George and Culture Club, Latin pop divaGloria Trevi, alt rockers Wilco, Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson (appearing on his 72nd birthday), SoCal punk godfathers Social Distortion and newly minted Grammy winner "Weird Al" Yankovic.

How Live Nation & Nederlander/AEG's Battle for the Greek Became a Political Time Bomb

Blues-rock dynamo Tedeschi Trucks Band, which closed the Greek season last year in spectacular fashion, returns on a bill with soul sensation Sharon Jonesand the Dap-Kings and guitarist Doyle Bramhall II.

Swedish electronic music maestros Little Dragon kicks off the subscription series May 16, and EEK! At the Greek!, the annual family favorite featuring Symphony in the Glen and music director Arthur B. Rubinstein, wraps things up Oct. 24.

Also heading to the famed Griffith Park amphitheater: Jackson Browne, Peter Frampton (with Cheap Trick), The Gipsy Kings, Sugar Ray, Ben Folds, guitar great Joe Bonamassa, violinist Lindsey Stirling, electronic act Hot Chip and country stars Little Big Town.

The Greek's Premier Access Season Subscription (P.A.S.S.) program enables fans to create their own concert series (buying at least three shows is required); it comes with exclusive amenities and without a membership fee.

Los Angeles City Council Votes to Reject Live Nation's Bid for The Greek Theatre

The program also includes the option to buy tickets at other venues promoted by Greek operator and manager Nederlander, including the venerable Pantages Theatre in Hollywood and the City National Grove in Anaheim.

The 5,900-seat Greek, which opened in 1929, has been run by Nederlander since 1975, but its contract expires after this season. In an effort to fend off concert powerhouse Live Nation and keep control of the landmark venue, Nederlander has partnered with AEG -- and the tussle has been messy.

After Live Nation won the early rounds in the bidding process, the L.A. City Council voted Feb. 11 to oppose the selection of a new operator. Now the decision's back in the hands of the city's parks commission, which could stick with its original choice of Live Nation, change to Nederlander/AEG or start the bidding all over again.

This season, once or twice a month when the venue would otherwise be idle, Nederlander and AEG Live will launch a new "At the Greek" series in the plaza area that will feature live music, specialty programming, workshops, food and more.

Head over to THR.com for the 2015 Greek P.A.S.S. lineup, with additional shows to be added throughout the season.

http://www.billboard.com/articles/business/6494714/greek-theatre-unveils-2015-lineup-robert-plant-wilco-weird-al

Another article:

Robert PlantFew venues in the United States are able to pull in the eclectic mix of talent that the Greek Theatre rounded up for its upcoming run of shows. Robert Plant, Little Big Town and Social Distortion will all stop by the notable Los Angeles venue in the coming months. The announcement comes on the heels of a dispute over who will run the venue after this season -- longtime owner/operator Nederlander or Live Nation., Little Big Town, Social Distortion and More to Play the Greek Theatre in 2015 [FULL SCHEDULE]

There are currently 31 different acts scheduled for the Greek starting in May and ending in October. Interestingly enough, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience will perform May 23 ahead of Plant and his Sensational Space Shifters. Other classic rock outfits include The Doobie Brothers, Peter Frampton and Cheap Trick, Brian Wilson, and Jackson Browne.

On the pop side of the roster, Sugar Ray, Uncle Kracker, Better Than Ezra and Eve 6 will all perform together on July 19 with Boy George and Culture Club scheduled for July 24. Check out the impressive lineup below.

In February, the L.A. City Council voted to oppose Live Nation's bid to operate the Greek once Nederlander's contract expires (the organization has run the venue since 1975), according to The Hollywood Reporter. Nederlander has partnered with AEG, so now it's up to the parks commission to decide who will run the venue.

05/16: Little Dragon

05/23: War / Los Lonely Boys / Malo / Tierra

05/31: Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience

06/02: Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters plus special guest JD McPherson

06/06: The Doobie Brothers plus special guest Don Felder

06/10: Tedeschi Trucks Band plus special guests Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings / Doyle Bramhall II

06/11: Ingrid Michaelson

06/12: Peter Frampton / Cheap Trick

06/18: Go Country 105 Summer Under The Stars presents: Little Big Town plus special guests David Nail / Ashley Monroe

06/20: Brian Wilson featuring Al Jardine & Blondie Chaplin plus special guest Rodriguez

06/27: Ben Folds with special guest

07/03: Blackstreet / SWV / Tony! Toni! Tone! / Ginuwine / Troop

07/11: Pokemon Symphonic Evolutions

07/19: Under the Sun featuring Sugar Ray, Uncle Kracker, Better Than Ezra and Eve 6

07/21: Barenaked Ladies plus special guests Violent Femmes / Colin Hay

07/24: Culture Club

07/25: Jim Gaffigan

08/05: Wilco

08/11: Hot Chip plus special guests !!!, Com Truise

08/14: Jackson Browne

08/16: Shawn Mendes

08/17: Lindsey Stirling

08/21: Gloria Trevi – Special Release Concert

08/22: Ramon Ayala

08/29: Joe Bonamassa

09/05: The Gipsy Kings featuring Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo plus special guest Ole’ Noys

09/12: Social Distortion

09/19: “Weird Al” Yankovic

10/04: Camila

10/07: Ben Howard plus special guest Daughter

10/24: EEK! At The Greek! featuring Symphony in the Glen – Arthur B. Rubinstein, music director

http://www.musictimes.com/articles/30819/20150306/robert-plant-little-big-town-social-distortion-greek-theatre-schedule.htm

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I wasn't sure whether to post under his new album thread..but enjoy:-)

ROBERT PLANT Tapping Into Same Sources As In LED ZEPPELIN Days

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According to The Pulse Of Radio, Robert Plant has been getting great notices for his recent shows with his SENSATIONAL SPACE SHIFTERS along with their work on the band's debut album "Lullaby And… The Ceaseless Roar". Plant spoke to Relix magazine about his current music and how it connects to his early days in LED ZEPPELIN, explaining, "I want people to know I'm pulling points of reference from other times and other places — incongruous and out of step and kilter — into another world. I've done it with ZEPPELIN lyrics, as well — 'if the sun refused to shine' and 'the road remains the same' and all the shit. There's so many bits like that, because I like the idea of spinning the bottle. And if one or two people pick up on it, that's the justice — that's about right."

In regards to recording, Plant admits that his studio process in tracking vocals has remained unchanged: "I think, quite often, the first two vocal takes are all I need. Whether it's good or bad, I don't care. It was the same with ZEPPELIN, really — 'In Through The Out Door' or 'Physical Graffiti' — there's so many places I could've done better, but I'd have lost the feel, you're closer to the all the great god up there — (Howlin') Wolf and Charley Patton and Mario Lanza and all that stuff. You've got to get up there and reach for it, and have the essence still on board."

Despite his public misgivings about reforming LED ZEPPELIN as a live act, Plant can't deny the power and quality of the band's classic works. "When I hear the ZEPPELIN records now, they've been hawked and whored to such a degree that you start to wonder what in God's name is going on. But then, when you hear it in isolation, in one minute of calm quiet, you remember what the actual spell was and how it was cast."

Robert Plant has always taken pride that regardless of the era and its influences, he always meant whatever it was he was singing. "I just get into songs and live 'em out," he said. "And I think that's true. All I do is get into great songs."

Robert Plant and his SENSATIONAL SPACE SHIFTERS will next perform on March 13 in Mexico City, Mexico.

On April 25, Plant and Alison Krauss will be among the headlining artists scheduled to perform at Lead Belly At 125: A Tribute To An American Songster. The event is being organized by the Kennedy Center and Grammy Museum.

Plant's next SHAPE SHIFTERS U.S. date is set for May 30 in Napa, California at BottleRock Napa Valley at Napa Valley Exposition. After that, the band will play on June 5 in Hunter, New York at the Mountain Jam festival at Hunter Mountain.

Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/robert-plant-tapping-into-same-sources-as-in-led-zeppelin-days/#DYw86t7YI8FjYlfK.99

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Hi Deb :wave: Thanks for posting. I wish I could +1 ^ but write simply to say again that those who think Robert hates his Zep past or whatever because he doesn't want to repeat it are simply not listening to what he is saying about it. It's a fine balance to tip your hat and yet move along. There it is in black and white. Again.

Some interesting insights about the recording process (I love knowing the details of how anything artistic is shaped into itself). lullaby has many finespun layers of musical influences and allusions yet the vocals actually sound understated, so I had the impression that they were maybe done as many times as it took to get them just so, but it turns out that wasn't that way. I guess it's some blend of having an idea of how you want to complement the songs without it being too stale from too many takes. It sounds fresh, so I guess we have a better idea why. Good read.

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