It's more tunes from Robert Plant. It's derivative, it is not ground-breaking
A constantly evolving artist
Robert Plant was the Golden God of the 70s in the greatest rock band of all time...Led Zepellin! Of course, we Zep fans wished they’d gone on forever and that Bonzo never died or at least they continued after the O2 concerts with Jason. However, Robert doesn’t look back. He looks forward and has done so since the band discontinued and continues to do so. He is a constantly evolving artist and will continually try new approaches to music and when he does refer to his glory days it’s to put a completely new slant on the old music. He doesn’t cling to his youthful rock god persona but has allowed himself to mature and come down to Earth AMD embrace his ordinariness after experiencing an extraordinariness that most of us can only dream about. Not only an evolving artist still producing cutting edge music that is necessarily different all the time but he has also evolved as a human being in that he is no longer restricted by ego to have to be a special person! Ironically, given all that he has lived through, does make him kind of special. Great album! Great man!
What an artist such an incredible voice
So under rated
An album from the heavens
By Ryan 333
I hope he does not die.
By Karisque_Dreamwyn (Campee)
Robert Plant will live forever just like The Fresh Beat Band but remembered as legends.
Should take himself more seriously!
By Ok pompom
Just seen Planty on BBC One Show. Not sure about this guy anymore, I saw Zep twice live in 1979 and honestly I believe Planty has done little of noteworthyness since the 79 concerts, Zep should most certainly have carried on with a new drummer, I constantly wonder what amazing music we have all missed out on since the demise of the band. I feel cheated. He was a rock God, I don't really feel that anymore seeing him joking around on the One Show couch, chatty to minor celeb Freddy Flintoff and talking about keeping fit (playing football). This is not the persona of a rock God. Haven't heard the whole of this new album but what I've heard seems ok but it's not what I wanted from the ex frontman of simply the best rock band in the world. All I can say is, Planty you made a mistake from 1982 onwards, shame, sad.
By Liverpool news
Stunning first song from Sir Robert (The petition starts here!) and a sold out tour. Still renewing himself at 69. Fabulous.