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

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There are some tickets up for grabs for upcoming shows.

First, for the Raleigh, NC gig at Koka Booth Amphitheatre (15-6-2015):

Win Robert Plant Tickets!

Cindy Miller June 4, 2015

WSFL Welcomes Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters with special guest the Pixies to the Koka Booth Amphitheatre, Cary, Monday, June 15, 7pm

Check out Robert Plant’s solo material and your favorite Zep tunes, as Plant tour in support of “Lullaby and…the Ceaseless Roar”.

Tickets are still available – click here for info.

Tune in and listen for your chance to score tickets to this killer show, and keep an eye on our Facebook page for an additional chance to win. 252-633-1065 or 866-484-1065 are the numbers you need to grab free tickets!

http://wsfl.com/2015/06/04/win-robert-plant-tickets/

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Next, a chance to win tickets to the Gloucestershire, UK show (10-7-2015), you lucky people, you!:

WIN: Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters in woodland gig

09:30 04 June 2015

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Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters

THE forest will come alive with music next month as Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters take to the stage at Forest Live.

Robert Plant – best known as the lead singer of Led Zeppelin – will perform at the Forestry Commission’s event with his backing band The Sensational Space Shifters on July 10.

After close to 50 years in music, Robert Plant is still entertaining huge crowds around the world and his latest album The Ceaseless Roar, which was recorded alongside The Sensational Space Shifters, was a huge hit and received great reviews for its contemporary song writing.

Tickets to see Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters, priced £53.35, are available from the Forestry Commission’s box office on 03000 680400 or via www.forestry.gov.uk/music

The Mercury has teamed up with the Forestry Commission to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters.

The competition will close at 10am on June 12.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.

Competition entry Competition question:

To enter, simply answer the question below and click the submit button

Q: Which band was Robert Plant lead singer of?

You have to log in to answer the brain teaser and enter the competition.

http://www.thewestonmercury.co.uk/home/win_robert_plant_and_the_sensational_space_shifters_in_woodland_gig_1_4098146

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Finally, you have a chance to go to the gig at the Positivus Festival in Salacgriva, Latvia (19-7-2015):

COMPETITION: WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS + CAMPING FOR POSITIVUS FESTIVAL

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Posted on 4th June 2015

You and a friend could attend the Latvian event this July.

Next month (17th - 19th July) Positivus Festival will once again take over Salacgrīva, Latvia for three days of music that feature some of our favourite acts.

Former DIY cover stars Charli XCX, Warpaint, St Vincent, Peace and Jungle will all be in attendance, along with recent 5* album creators Everything Everything, and newer concerns Jack Garratt and Soak.

The bill also features heavyweights Kasabian, Placebo, Lamb, Robert Plant, Basement Jaxx, Fenech-Soler, Tom Odell, East India Youth, Ghostpoet, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Kate Boy and Max Jury, amongst others.

To celebrate, we’ve a pair of tickets (+ camping passes) to give away. To be in with a chance of winning them, simply send us a tweet, visit us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter using the widget below.

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(you have to click on the link at the bottom to access the links shown in the widget pic)

DIY’s an official partner for Positivus Festival. For more information, visit diymag.com/presents. DIY

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http://diymag.com/2015/06/04/competition-win-a-pair-of-tickets-camping-for-positivus-festival

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With these shows being rescheduled for September, does that mean there is going to be another U.S. tour in the fall? It's been a long time since he has visited Central Florida...

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With these shows being rescheduled for September, does that mean there is going to be another U.S. tour in the fall? It's been a long time since he has visited Central Florida...

I am so hoping this happens and he does a date around here!!

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^^ I hope you get to see them in your areas, too :)

UK people have yet another chance to win some tickets, this time for the Forest Live show in Staffordshire (11-7-2015): WIN tickets to Forest Live

The annual Forest Live is an eclectic mix of acts performing in seven spectacular forest locations across the country. And in today’s competition we’re giving you the chance to get your hands on a pair of tickets to one event held at Cannock Chase in July.

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This year, festival goers can enjoy acts including Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters on Saturday, July 11 or Tom Odell with special guest Rae Morris on Sunday, July 12.

Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters show will include tracks from the 2014 album, ‘lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar’ as well as new interpretations of Led Zeppelin classics and other solo material.

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Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters

Tom Odell’s hits include ‘Can’t Pretend’, ‘Hold Me’ and the gargantuan ‘Another Love’ from his No 1 Album ‘Long Way Down’ and the Christmas 2014 hit ‘Real Love’.

For more information and to book tickets call 03000 680400 or visit: www.forestry.gov.uk/music

How to enter:

We have four pairs of tickets for each date up for grabs. To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below, then call 0901 307 0173 leaving your one word answer, plus your name, postcode , a daytime telephone number and which event you would like to attend.

Or text your answer to 63333 by starting your message with the word CONCERT, leaving a space, then your one word answer, name, postcode, daytime telephone number and the event you wish to attend.

Please note: the closing date for entries is midnight on Friday, June 12 2015.

If you do not wish to receive details of any other products or services, please text EXIT at the end of your message.

Alternatively you can enter by emailing your answer to: prizes@expressandstar.co.uk Please remember to include your name, full address, a daytime telephone number plus the date of the event you wish to attend. Please also remember to write ‘Forest Live Competition’ in the subject line of your email.

Question:

Finish this Led Zeppelin song title: ‘Stairway to ______’?

Entrants must be aged 18 years or over. The closing time and date for entries is midnight on Friday, June 12, 2015. Entries received after the closing date will not be counted but may still be charged. The first eight correct entries selected at random after the closing date will each receive a pair of tickets for one of the shows. Transport is not included. The winners will be contacted by phone. There are no cash alternatives and the prizes are non-transferable. Calls cost 51p from a BT landline. Calls from other networks will vary and calls from mobiles will cost considerably more. Texts cost 50p plus your standard network rate. Please ask the bill payer’s permission before entering. Service provider is JMedia UK Ltd, SW4 7BX, telephone 0207 720 7130. Employees (or their immediate relatives) of the MNA group of companies/Forest Live may NOT enter. The Editor’s decision is final. The winners must be prepared to take part in any relevant publicity.

http://www.expressandstar.com/lifestyle/competitions/2015/06/05/win-tickets-to-forest-live/

Good luck!

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^ Have a great time, marlam. Looking forward to seeing some pics :)

Here are some more reviews and incredible photos from the 2015 Summer Tour:

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updated: Jun 06, 2015, 1:00 PM

Robert Plant ~ May 31, 2015 @ The Santa Barbara Bowl

By Jenny Schlax

When a rock legend comes to your backyard, you better recognize. And at 66 years old, Robert Plant is a living legend.

Better known as the voice of Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant is responsible for defining his generation with such hits as “Whole Lotta Love,” “Dazed and Confused,” and “Ramble On,” not to mention “The Rain Song” and “No Quarter.” But his career has lived strong since his dazed and confused days and on May 31, 2015 a packed Santa Barbara Bowl was lucky enough to receive the legend.

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Photo: Paul Dunkley

Tall in stature and humble in demeanor, Robert Plant emerged on stage in a shinny pink shirt under a near full moon ready to rock the house down. With his signature high pitch-vocals echoing throughout the Santa Barbara Bowl, Plant worked his way through some classic hits, throwing in some new material along the way. Impressively, his voice was still as golden as it must have been nearly 40 years ago.

Not to be overlooked, The Sensational Space Shifters added their own flavor to the set, nicely remixing the classics to be reflective of a more modern era. Heavy guitar, bright lights, and added keyboard rejuvenated the songs, giving the hits a new edge.

The Englishman took note of his age, joking with the audience as he played through the night. But in the end, there was nothing but a whole lotta love for this gent.

http://www.edhat.com/site/tidbit.cfm?nid=154012

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HAPPY ME! Bought and printed tickets for the 27. July in Lyon. The roman theatre is about 2000 years old, this will be the best best best environment for a great concert! (way down from northern Germany to the middle of France) :party:

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Today on Robert's site there are several more images posted of the Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas and BottleRock, Napa shows. Chosen moments that hint at the scope of the experience, particularly the shots from the stage looking out at audiences. I love those. Check them out: http://www.robertplant.com/#news

And now, Mountain Jam Festival time at Hunter Mountain, Hunter, NY! (5-6-2015):

Robert Plant Reigns at Mountain Jam

By Matthew Wilkening June 5, 2015 11:45 PM

Can we all agree that Robert Plant is the king of classic rock yet? Because his masterful performance at Mountain Jam tonight was just the latest reminder that nobody else in this genre continues to add to their legacy as impressively as he does with each new album and tour.

Plant’s set was split roughly in thirds between tasteful covers, songs from his excellent, African-influenced new album ‘lullaby and… the Ceaseless Roar‘ and intriguingly reworked Led Zeppelin classics. Rather than trying to re-create the exact sound of his former band – a fool’s errand – Plant has instead managed to do something much more impressive and important: keep their spirit of exploration alive for over three decades with his ever-evolving solo career.

His knack for selecting excellent band mates and inspiring them to find new ways to interpret one of rock’s most sacred back catalogs remains as impressive as ever. The Sensational Space Shifters breathed new life into songs such as “Black Dog,” “What Is and What Should Never Be” and in particular, the hauntingly slowed-down “Dazed and Confused.” Juldeh Camara’s dazzling work on an African one-stringed fiddle was used to great effect as the lead instrument on a number of extended mid-song explorations, and guitarist Justin Adams had the crowd in the palm of his hand during his rockabilly-inspired solo towards the end of “Funny in My Mind (I Believe I’m Fixin’ to Die).”

A small sampling of a show from this fantastic tour was recently released in the form of the More Roar EP, and after tonight’s display we can only hope that a complete document of this trek will be made available when the tour comes to an end.

There’s plenty of great music still to come from this weekend’s Mountain Jam festival. Saturday night’s headliners include Gov’t Mule and the Black Keys, and you can watch it all live from the comfort of your own home right here.

http://ultimateclassicrock.com/robert-plant-mountain-jam/#photogallery-1=1

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These photos are from http://mountainjam.com/legendary-robert-plant-at-mountain-jam-2015/#photogallery-1=1 Be sure to have a look at the full page versions as poor John Baggott and Billy Fuller get the brunt of the cuts in some of these. (Speaking of which, I wonder why John Baggott's not listed as one of the Sensational Space Shifters on Robert's Facebook site. Is that just an oversight or he's more a collaborator than 'official' member or what? Just wondering...)

If larger, closer images without the annoying, garish "MTN JAM" mark are to your liking, you can try these links:

http://ultimateclassicrock.com/robert-plant-mountain-jam/#photogallery-1=1

http://diffuser.fm/robert-plant-mountain-jam-2015/#photogallery-1=1

Enjoy!

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^^ Have a great time, Lady Glitters! RP/SSS - Lyon - Roman theatre -- sweet Jesus...

Some more rave reviews of the Mountain Jam gig are flowing in (5-6-2015):

Robert Plant Plays on at Mountain Jam as the Fog Rolls In

by Chris Kissel June 6, 2015 12:37 AM

The magic festival moments people talk about years later are the ones where nature and performance conspire together — and during Robert Plant‘s performance at Mountain Jam last night (June 5), when a wall of fog rolled in, that moment was upon us.

It’s not just because it was visually stunning, which it obviously was — but Plant’s performance already had a kind of veil over it. Plant does modified versions of Zeppelin songs with his band, the Sensational Space Shifters, where heavy passages — like the classic headbanging chorus on “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” — are replaced by acoustic guitar, and rippers like “Rock and Roll” take on a slow, vaguely electronic sheen. Above it all, always, is Plant’s voice, essentially untarnished by the years. It was astounding how good it sounded.

A version of “Whole Lotta Love” — one of the hallmarks of Plant’s stage show in recent years — slowed to a standard Delta blues before bursting into the classic Page riff, and then slowed, and then burst forth again. By then, the fog had enveloped the stage, the lights forming thick columns that shot all the way up the mountain.

One song that broke through the fog — figuratively, if not literally — was Plant’s take on Bukka White’s 1940 “Fixin’ to Die Blues.” Plant could not have ever been in finer form than he was tonight, and if Friday’s performances — from Grace Potter‘s vocal-cord-shredding blues to Joan Osborne, of Trigger Hippy, and her soft, southern-rock soul singing — are any indication, his style of sweating out the blues on stage is very much alive.

Still, we couldn’t help but read “Fixin’ to Die Blues” as a meditation on mortality, if simultaneously a celebration of influence. ”Don’t mind dying,” sang Plant. “But I hate to leave my children crying.”

http://diffuser.fm/robert-plant-mountain-jam-2015/#photogallery-1=1

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The Lioness and the Lion

by Tim Mack on June 11, 2015

Robert Plant, Grace Potter

Mountain Jam, Hunter Mountain, June 5

Walking by the man with the stuffed monkey on his shoulders and past the other man in a clown costume, rounding the corner in the rainbow vendor village by the Govt. Mule merch tent and souvlaki station, you start to notice what no one else at Mountain Jam seems to mind: the mud.

When the rains came on the second day of this four-day festival, the hemp shirts and tie-dye tanks gave way to North Face rain jackets and see-thru ponchos. Families with children pushed strollers through the slop and paid 10 bucks for two slices of pizza, but the mood never changed. This is hardly a revelation, but it’s clear the jam-band crowd are an easygoing bunch.

On Friday evening, the cheerful army of sandal-footed fans filled the sloped field leading up Hunter Mountain, spilling out of sponsor tents, VIP walkways, covered decks and even the base of the ski-lift towers as the resort completed its temporary summer transformation into a weekend Woodstock.

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The first of the big-name headliners this day was Vermont’s Grace Potter (left), who squeezed in the gig between nights opening for the Rolling Stones. Which, if you’re a musician, is a pretty good way to start your summer. She debuted a raft of new material from her upcoming album Midnight, due out in August, including one of the first public performances of the new single, “Alive Tonight,” a dance-floor thump that’s a far cry from the jam-band sounds of her early records.

With help from a reconfigured backing band—the Nocturnals are no more—the new songs fit in surprisingly well alongside the older material. She’s a high-energy, perpetual motion machine who spent so much of the night stretching the vocal chords, you wondered if she’d have anything left for the Stones on Saturday in Texas. With her signature series Gibson Flying V around her neck and her husband, drummer Matt Burr, backing her up, she dazzled with wicked slide guitar work all evening. The setting sun finally poked through the clouds closer to the end of her set when Warren Haynes joined her for a killer run through Neil Young’s “Cinnamon Girl.” Lady Baby Boomers and teenage girls all sang along with her set-closer, “Paris (Ooh La La),” and just like that she was off, leaving on a jet plane back to Mick, Keith and the boys.

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Night had fallen by the time the main headliner (left) took the stage, which was only fitting. Robert Plant’s regal stage presence wouldn’t seem proper in the full light of day. Even he couldn’t help but notice the fog drifting over the Catskills, rightly observing the show was “knee-deep in the Misty Mountains. . . . Well, it is, really.”

With his new band, the Sensational Space Shifters, Plant has found music that clearly energizes him. He’s also discovered new ways to sing old songs, and artfully danced between his fascinating new material and the Zeppelin classics the fans were desperately hoping to hear. There’s something genuinely comforting about hearing 16,000 people on a mountainside singing “flowers in her hair” over the acoustic guitar in “Going to California.” But the material off ofLullaby and . . . the Ceaseless Roar is not to be missed. Equal parts world music, electronica and blues guitar, “Rainbow” and “Turn It Up” can stand with the best work of his solo career.

Speaking like an Oxford professor on sabbatical, he incorporated history lessons on the Delta blues (“Spoonful”) and Appalachian folk music (“Little Maggie”) to remind his American audience how much our sounds have contributed to his. And then he gave his students “Black Dog” and “Whole Lotta Love.” No wonder this class is so popular.

The Golden God is a fickle god, or at least his management is: For Plant’s set, photographers were banished from the pit to the soundboard and bootleggers were ordered to take down their microphones (which at a fest like Mountain Jam is akin to telling Bon Jovi fans to leave the denim and hairspray at home). But a few minor eccentricities were a small price to pay to hear Plant doing the music you always wanted to hear him do and the music he should be doing at this stage of his career. His roar may be somewhat diminished, but the lion still cuts one of the most imposing figures in rock.

http://metroland.net/2015/06/11/the-lioness-and-the-lion/

I wonder what that first bit in the last paragraph is all about. Bootleggers are a staple at concerts, but maybe they were overt, or the mics were obstructing views? Maybe the photographers were getting in the way of audiences actually getting to see the band and vice versa. It's about that interaction first and foremost, after all. Perhaps an official compilation of the 2015 Summer Tour is being readied?! That would be incredible.

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Two set lists from the Mountain Jam show. The first from Mountain Jam Facebook shows what looks to be a prospective list, and perhaps the second is what was actually played?

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https://www.facebook.com/mountainjamfest/photos/a.215685433894.132747.160557578894/10153301268218895/?type=1

  1. What Is and What Should Never Be
  2. Turn It Up
  3. Black Dog
  4. Rainbow
  5. Going to California
  6. Spoonful (Willie Dixon cover)
  7. Killing Floor (Howlin’ Wolf cover)
  8. Little Maggie
  9. No Place to Go / Dazed and Confused (Howlin' Wolf / Jake Holmes & Led Zeppelin)
  10. Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You
  11. Fixin' to Die (Bukka White cover)
  12. Whole Lotta Love (with I Just Want To Make Love To You intro and Mona jam)
Encore:
13. Rock and Roll

Note: Webcast live on Tourpedo.com as a "donate to view" benefit for Teen Cancer America

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/robert-plant/2015/hunter-mountain-hunter-ny-23c9f00b.html#

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^ Cheers, annie :)

Listen up, Bonnaroo fans - you can livestream the band's concert tonight!:

Sunday, June 14

Channel 1
5:00 p.m.: Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear
5:45 p.m.: Twenty One Pilots
8:00 p.m.: Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters
9:15 p.m.: Sal’s World
9:30 p.m.: Billy Joel

Bonnaroo will be livestreamed on Red Bull TV through its iOS and Android applications, and on Apple TV, Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku and Samsung Smart TVs.

http://www.redbull.com/us/en/music/stories/1331727015270/bonnaroo-2015-livestream-schedule-on-red-bull-tv

Live streams for three channels here: http://www.redbull.tv/bonnaroo#/stream/1

Of course, I have a Windows phone lol...

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^ Cheers, annie :)

Listen up, Bonnaroo fans - you can livestream the band's concert tonight!:

Sunday, June 14

Channel 1

5:00 p.m.: Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear

5:45 p.m.: Twenty One Pilots

8:00 p.m.: Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters

9:15 p.m.: Sal’s World

9:30 p.m.: Billy Joel

Bonnaroo will be livestreamed on Red Bull TV through its iOS and Android applications, and on Apple TV, Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku and Samsung Smart TVs.

http://www.redbull.com/us/en/music/stories/1331727015270/bonnaroo-2015-livestream-schedule-on-red-bull-tv

Live streams for three channels here: http://www.redbull.tv/bonnaroo#/stream/1

Of course, I have a Windows phone lol...

was going to say, looks like it's a GO for today after a week of cancelled gigs.........already caught the mumford replay on Apple TV through the 60 inch TV......as long as you have a solid internet connection the stream comes through crystal clear and is absolutely beautiful and great audio quality as well. oh the perks of the modern world.............should be a fun show to check out tonight.

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was going to say, looks like it's a GO for today after a week of cancelled gigs.........already caught the mumford replay on Apple TV through the 60 inch TV......as long as you have a solid internet connection the stream comes through crystal clear and is absolutely beautiful and great audio quality as well. oh the perks of the modern world.............should be a fun show to check out tonight.

Hmm yeah I wasn't sure I'd get home in time tonight, but the streams via net at home are very good.

RP at 9:15 eastern, according to the site.

Thanks, Walter, I forgot about the time difference. It's 7:55pm in Tennessee, so the show's on in a short while.

Enjoy all!!

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Set so far on the stream..........

Wanton Song

Turn It Up

Black Dog

Rainbow

Yellow is the Colour (Donovan) snippet into Going To California (Justin Adams having all sorts of problems to start with having that mandolin in tune....)

No Place to Go / Dazed and Confused

Lemon Song (Robert teases how Jack White got him interested in playing the song again)

LIttle Maggie

Fixin To Die (they really really rocked it up, harder hitting than a lot of versions i'd heard before, crowd looked to eat it up)

I Just Want To Make Love To You / You Need Love / Whole Lotta Love / Who Do You Love? / Whole Lotta Love

Encore:

Rock And Roll (dedicated to the milk maids of Devon!)

Didn't realized they'd totally gone basically back to a legit zeppelin arrangement on black dog again.....seriously my takeaways from the zeppelin songs thus far are that if he's going to play these songs and play em this way, just go ahead and do it with jpj and jimmy....his wails on black dog and wanton were very on point.

then again, the guy is in his 60s and these are the guys he wants to present this music with today. must just feel like a lower pressure environment for him, not having to deal with the weight of the world? But doing a high profile music festival like this and doing zeppelin songs in full zeppelin mode just might maybe induce some press pressure.......then again RP doesn't seem to care what anyone thinks and kudos to him for that.

and in all honesty, and this is one of the few sensational space shifters shows that I've actually viewed and they seem to have honestly hit their stride and have done a good job covering the history of RP while also brining in those trip hop influences and utilizing Juldeh and his African instruments at logical, cool places as a texture here and there. Also, RP seems to just be having so much fun and have a general camraderie with his guys and end of the day he strikes me as the kind of person who will only do something if he feels fully fulfilled and really gets on with the people he's working with and for now at least he seems quite pleased with this group of musicians.

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