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Robert Plant's odd pronunciation in later Zeppelin music

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I feel like Robert's Plant's pronunciation of lyrics became really odd in the late 70's. I have a hard time understanding what he's saying In 'in my time of dying', and 'in the evening', or any concert post '75. Does anyone know a particular reason for this?

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2 hours ago, pagefan said:

I feel like Robert's Plant's pronunciation of lyrics became really odd in the late 70's. I have a hard time understanding what he's saying In 'in my time of dying', and 'in the evening', or any concert post '75. Does anyone know a particular reason for this?

Uncle Charley I would imagine - especially 1975

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2 hours ago, chillumpuffer said:

Uncle Charley I would imagine - especially 1975

Uncle Charley??

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24 minutes ago, pagefan said:

Uncle Charley??

 

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