Re: robert plant?
Posted by: gary191265 ()
Date: October 15, 2012 11:31PM

I wouldn't mind but Plant still produces a lot of music. He's just realised that commercially and artistically, he can make his own decisions about who he plays with and what register he sings in. I'd rather listen to his solo stuff or the album with Alison Krauss, than hear him murder Zeppelin tunes a la Coverdale/Whitesnake, Dokken/whoever's he's in this week etc.



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Re: robert plant?183 gary191265 10/15/2012 11:31PM
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