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Rock - Verschenen op 8 september 2014 | Nonesuch

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Rock - Verschenen op 2 oktober 2020 | Rhino

When you say ‘Robert Plant’, two words come to mind: ‘Led’ and ‘Zeppelin’. Though we often forget that the airship’s career spanned (only) 11 years, while the singer’s solo career began some 38 years ago. Aside from the boisterous and excessive rock’n’roll he explored his youth, Plant has always been a discreet and focused artist - a craftsman if you will. Inspired by a whole range of genres, he has often taken his albums in different directions. The compilation album Digging Deep: Subterranea presents a panorama of his entire solo work from Pictures At Eleven in 1982 right up to present day, excluding his collaborative projects such as The Honeydrippers and Page And Plant. The album is very diversity, backed up by the fact that there’s no chronology to the tracks. The only common thread running through these thirty compositions is Plant’s unique voice and his taste for thoughtful arrangements. Whether it’s radio-friendly hits (Hurting Kind (I've Got My Eyes On You)), blues (Darkness, Darkness), ballads (the unforgettable Big Log), classic rock (In the Mood), songs with progressive tinges (White, Clean and Neat) or tracks with ethnic accents (Embrace Another Fall with a verse that’s surprisingly reminiscent of Roxy Music), everything here is balanced, thoughtful, fine-tuned and seems to be driven by the joy of doing a good job. Digging Deep: Subterranea is a sonic travel diary that disorientates you more often than not over the course of 2 hours 23 minutes. For the already-initiated, it’s a great summary. For everyone else, it’s an ideal gateway into Mr Robert’s luxurious post-Led Zep career. © Charlélie Arnaud/Qobuz
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Pop - Verschenen op 1 januari 2007 | Decca Music Group Ltd.

Het lijkt een ongebruikelijk duo, vocalist Robert Plant van Led Zeppelin en bluegrass superster Alison Krauss, maar in werkelijkheid is het een van de meest natuurlijk klinkende combinaties in de moderne muziek. De belangrijke factor lijkt producer T-Bone Burnett te zijn, evenals de geweldige band die voor dit project en een aantal gastoptredens is samengesteld. Deze twee stemmen smelten naadloos samen; ze worden niet overschaduwd, zelfs niet als de hele productie groter is dan het lied. Ze nemen geen vlucht, ze brullen niet, ze zingen eenvoudigweg liedjes die nieuwe gezichtspunten bieden als gevolg van deze welkome samenwerking. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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Rock - Verschenen op 13 oktober 2017 | Nonesuch

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As his seventieth birthday approaches, Robert Plant remains the same flamboyant rock ‘n’ roll animal. Above all, the former singer from Led Zeppelin is neither jaded nor lacking inspiration. And even if his solo albums have never really reached the genius of those of his former band, Plant has always delivered upstanding and sincere music such as Raising Sand, a beautiful opus recorded in 2007 with American country singer Alison Krauss, or Lullaby And... The Ceaseless Roar (2014), that elegantly shuffled all his known passions (rock, blues, country, folk, Celtic music and ethnic music). Surrounded by the Sensational Space Shifters, the same band from his previous album, Plant stays on somewhat familiar grounds with Carry Fire. As an artist who’s not a fan of doublespeak, he displays here his engagement with the turmoil of the present day, without ever falling into empty-headed militancy. As in Lullaby And... The Ceaseless Roar, the mixtures of styles— blues, folk, rock, world—are always perfectly dosed out, carried by the master’s inimitable organ. Top notch. © MD/Qobuz
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Rock - Verschenen op 2 april 2007 | Es Paranza

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Rock - Verschenen op 13 oktober 2017 | Nonesuch

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As his seventieth birthday approaches, Robert Plant remains the same flamboyant rock ‘n’ roll animal. Above all, the former singer from Led Zeppelin is neither jaded nor lacking inspiration. And even if his solo albums have never really reached the genius of those of his former band, Plant has always delivered upstanding and sincere music such as Raising Sand, a beautiful opus recorded in 2007 with American country singer Alison Krauss, or Lullaby And... The Ceaseless Roar (2014), that elegantly shuffled all his known passions (rock, blues, country, folk, Celtic music and ethnic music). Surrounded by the Sensational Space Shifters, the same band from his previous album, Plant stays on somewhat familiar grounds with Carry Fire. As an artist who’s not a fan of doublespeak, he displays here his engagement with the turmoil of the present day, without ever falling into empty-headed militancy. As in Lullaby And... The Ceaseless Roar, the mixtures of styles— blues, folk, rock, world—are always perfectly dosed out, carried by the master’s inimitable organ. Top notch. © MD/Qobuz