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But I've gone so far somewhere else that I almost can't relate to it... "The last time I lifted a pen was when Tony Blair became a Roman Catholic," he says.It's a bit of a pain in the pisser to be honest. I know people care, but think about it from my angle - soon, I'm going to need help crossing the street."Led Zeppelin: Rarely Seen Photos from "Good Times, Bad Times"Other highlights from the piece:- Plant and Alison Krauss began crafting a follow-up to their 2007 surprise smash LP , but it didn't go well. "We were supposedly going into the Gulf, determined to sort the world out in the name of tyranny. But it was the right thing to do to do it that way. We've already been around the world, and did what we did when we were young men. Plant: Well, we had a really good night, and we had great rehearsals, and it was very emotional -- and if you like, quite elevating. Plant: And a season ticket for Wolverhampton Wanderers football club. CNN: You gained a lot of fans with this project, but there are those Led Zeppelin diehards who've been holding their breath for a reunion tour -- especially since you reunited for the Ahmet Ertegun tribute concert at Wembley in 2007.(born 20 August 1948) is an English singer, songwriter, and musician, best known as the lead singer and lyricist of the rock band Led Zeppelin.
I've gone from being in that huge band to picking up the pieces of my own gift."Credit Robert's friendship with Alison for helping him rediscover his joy in family music."She loves to sit around in the parlor singing those old songs with whichever family's coming into town," Robert tells the U. publication ' The Independent' of Alison, "in the same way that my grandfather used to do in the Black Country: they'd sit around with fiddles and sing.But since they won five Grammy awards -- including album of the year for their surprising collaboration, "Raising Sand" -- their names have been inextricably linked: Robert Plantand Alison Krauss. CNN: Did you have this much fun working with Zeppelin? In fact, both of us can sit there talking about music, and neither of us can recognize the artists we're referring to. I mean, all the rock 'n' roll, and black Mississippi and Chicago stuff that I go raving on about, she's going, "Hmm." Krauss: I didn't grow up on that, yeah. CNN: Your collaboration has worked out so well that you're back in the studio in Nashville, working on a second album together. If they were 20 years old and ran in Hollywood circles, tabloids might be calling them Robekrauss or Aliplant. CNN: Has he made you listen to his music collection? - on stands and online in the digital archives now (subscription required) — Robert Plant explains to writer Stephen Rodrick why he was unwilling to keep performing with Led Zeppelin after their 2007 reunion concert."It was an amazing evening," Plant says.
"The preparations for it were fraught and intense, but the last rehearsal was really, really good, for all that it represented and all that we were trying to capture. We'll come back to it."- Plant recently flew to Morocco and recreated a legendary trip he went on with Jimmy Page where the duo wrote "Kashmir." "I wanted to go back and take that road," Plant says. It was fucking amazing."Robert Plant Previews Upcoming Band of Joy Album- Tony Blair's religious awakening horrified Plant to the point that he stopped writing new songs. I didn't look as good as I do now, and I didn't share the couch with another Leo. Plant: Only last week, I was being grilled again by Alison to get into shape and get it right. CNN: And in the meantime, you've been recognized by the Grammys. We've brought our gifts, and we've shared them, and the whole surrounding musically is so beautiful, that that's our reward. The fact that it wasn't some embarrassing moment of two people trying something out, and saying goodbye, and then meeting at a party years later and saying, "Oh, Christ, there's Alison Krauss!