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About anniemouse

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  1. Luv what did he say about Shaken n Stirred on the box set. Just read an article about that LP and although deemed a dud, it got some good reviews a couple of hit singles and seems to have been a pivotal moment for his solo work. Such a strange other worldly LP which I still enjoy.
  2. Saw that yesterday and it is a great interview although would love someone to do his solo career in more detail.
  3. Congratulations Robert.
  4. Again thank you for all the links and I too am really enjoying the new LP.
  5. https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/nov/02/a-life-in-music-robert-plant-on-led-zeppelin-alison-krauss-and-his-endless-wanderlust Fasinating interview.
  6. Lu thank you for answering my query.
  7. Regarding the lithograph. Are you talking about the etching on the vinyl. If so does the etching on the LATCR vinyl do the same trick with the black light. It does look amazing.
  8. Thank you for the link.
  9. Express and Star Article.

  10. By the way Robert's LP is 3 in the UK LP chart. A phenomenal achievement.
  11. Loved the interview and also the free cd that came with it. Some very interesting tracks.
  12. Plant on Stern - 10/17/17?

    Did long term fans know about Robert's Granddad playing piano for the local silent movie theatre(think that is what he meant) Also on the Danny Baker show about his Dad painting fine art. Loved the interview only wish Mr Stern had let Robert finish his points at times. Good interview though. Robert held his ground beautifully.
  13. Plant on Stern - 10/17/17?

    Great interview. Only had audio showing Mr Stern obviously has a friendly disarming way about him and knew his facts. I think what came over about Robert and Led Zeppelin was that creating the work was spontaneous. I thought the respect for the music came over very well. Stern came over as a fan. Robert easily handled the more out there bits. Did Robert refer to himself as Percy as that made me giggle. Don't laugh but I would love Robert to write a book on his love of the post Roman era. I suspect he really knows his stuff.