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Raise The Roof (Deluxe Edition)

Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

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The druid Robert Plant and the country princess Alison Krauss first crossed paths in 2004 at a tribute concert to folk-bluesman Leadbelly. Two years later, they recorded their first album as a duo, Raising Sand, a precious gem of American music in the broadest sense, elevated by a repertoire based around selected covers with T Bone Burnett producing. This sequel arrives thirteen years on, but it is as if no time had passed at all. Right from the get go this second album boasts more or less the same hard core of musicians as the first: Marc Ribot on guitar, Jay Bellerose on drums, Dennis Crouch on double bass and of course old T Bone on the console. Except for one song, this is still a record made up of covers, fished out of the treasure chest of American music, from Don Everly and Hank Williams to Calexico, Allen Toussaint, Bert Jansch and Merle Haggard plus some others who are much more obscure. Take, for example, Randy Weeks or indeed Mrs Geeshie Wiley, whose Last Kind Words Blues is daringly covered here: one of the most sacred, mysterious and untouchable pieces of old-time blues. And they do it very well, without imitation, by taking it to an Appalachian place, somewhere "High and lonesome", as the only song on the album written by Robert Plant is titled. Another example is the last track on the album, Lucinda Williams' You Can't Rule Me, which they make sound like a Howlin' Wolf cover. Without exception, this record is a great moment of musical alchemy, a reunion of folk ghosts who would rather share a beer in the shadows, than go around spooking people. Robert Plant, Alison Krauss and the team never overdo it: their approach to this legendary American music is one of the utmost simplicity and freedom. And that's only natural: they are a part of that tradition themselves. © Stéphane Deschamps/Qobuz

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1
Quattro (World Drifts In)
00:04:33

David Hidalgo, Guitar - T Bone Burnett, Producer, MixingEngineer - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion, Hand Clap - John Convertino, Composer - Marc Ribot, Guitar - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - JEFF TAYLOR, Zither - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Joey Burns, Composer - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Bill Frisell, Guitar - Viktor Krauss, Bass - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Russell Pahl, Pedal Steel Guitar - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

2
The Price of Love
00:04:50

Don Everly, Writer - Stuart Duncan, Banjo - T Bone Burnett, Producer, MixingEngineer - Dennis Crouch, Bass - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion - Phil Everly, Writer - Marc Ribot, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Buddy Miller, Electric Mandolin - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

3
Go Your Way
00:05:07

David Hidalgo, Guitar - T Bone Burnett, Producer, Acoustic Guitar, MixingEngineer - Anne Briggs, Composer - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion - Marc Ribot, Electric Guitar - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - JEFF TAYLOR, Zither, Celeste Keyboards - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Viktor Krauss, Bass - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Russell Pahl, Pedal Steel Guitar - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

4
Trouble with My Lover
00:04:03

T Bone Burnett, Producer, MixingEngineer - Dennis Crouch, Bass - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums - Allen Toussaint, Composer - Marc Ribot, Baritone Guitar, Requinto Jarocho - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Strings, MainArtist - Buddy Miller, Electric Guitar - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

5
Searching For My Love
00:04:03

T Bone Burnett, Producer, Electric Guitar, Harmony Vocals, MixingEngineer - Robert Moore, Writer - Dennis Crouch, Bass - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion - Marc Ribot, Electric Guitar - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

6
Can't Let Go
00:03:41

David Hidalgo, Acoustic Guitar, Hand Clap - T Bone Burnett, Producer, MixingEngineer - Randy Weeks, Composer - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion, Hand Clap - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Bill Frisell, Electric Guitar - Viktor Krauss, Upright Bass - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Russell Pahl, Electric Bass - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

7
It Don’t Bother Me
00:05:06

David Hidalgo, Acoustic Guitar, Hand Clap - T Bone Burnett, Producer, MixingEngineer - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion, Hand Clap - Marc Ribot, Electric Guitar - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - JEFF TAYLOR, Zither, Marxophone Zither - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Viktor Krauss, Bass - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Bert Jansch, Composer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Russell Pahl, Pedal Steel Guitar - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

8
You Led Me to The Wrong
00:04:17

Stuart Duncan, Fiddle - T Bone Burnett, Producer, Bass Guitar, MixingEngineer - Dennis Crouch, Bass - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion - Marc Ribot, Acoustic Guitar - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Ola Belle Reed, Composer - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

9
Last Kind Words Blues
00:04:06

Stuart Duncan, Fiddle - T Bone Burnett, Producer, Bass Guitar, MixingEngineer - Dennis Crouch, Bass - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion - Marc Ribot, Acoustic Guitar - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Geeshie Wiley, Composer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

10
High and Lonesome
00:04:33

T Bone Burnett, Composer, Producer, Electric Guitar, Harmony Vocals, Mellotron, MixingEngineer - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums, Percussion, Hand Clap - Marc Ribot, Guitar, Bass, Hand Clap - Robert Plant, Composer, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - JEFF TAYLOR, Accordion - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Viktor Krauss, Mellotron - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Russell Pahl, Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

11
Going Where the Lonely Go
00:04:10

Dean Holloway, Composer - T Bone Burnett, Producer, MixingEngineer - Dennis Crouch, Bass - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums - Marc Ribot, Electric Guitar - Merle Haggard, Composer - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Buddy Miller, Electric Guitar - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Russell Pahl, Pedal Steel Guitar - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

12
Somebody Was Watching Over Me
00:05:03

David Hidalgo, Acoustic Guitar - T Bone Burnett, Producer, Electric Guitar, Background Vocals, MixingEngineer - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Jay Bellerose, Drums - Marc Ribot, Electric Guitar - Robert Plant, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, MainArtist - Lucinda Williams, Background Vocals - JEFF TAYLOR, Piano - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Viktor Krauss, Bass - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Brenda Burns, Composer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Russell Pahl, Bass Guitar - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

13
My Heart Would Know
00:02:58

T Bone Burnett, Producer, MixingEngineer - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Hank Williams, Composer - Robert Plant, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, MainArtist - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

14
You Can’t Rule Me
00:04:44

T Bone Burnett, Producer, MixingEngineer - Gavin Lurssen, MasteringEngineer - Robert Plant, MainArtist - Alison Krauss, MainArtist - Lucinda Williams, Composer - Tom Overby, Composer - Ivy Skoff, Project Coordinator - Tim Oliver, RecordingEngineer - Michael Piersante, MixingEngineer, RecordingEngineer - Rachael Moore, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer, AssistantEngineer - Carrie Lelwica, Assistant Production - Charlotte Hass, Assistant Production - Tiffany Eveland, Assistant Production

Under Exclusive Licence to Warner Music UK Limited, © 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited, ℗ 2021 Hokker, Inc and Trolcharm Limited

Album Description

The druid Robert Plant and the country princess Alison Krauss first crossed paths in 2004 at a tribute concert to folk-bluesman Leadbelly. Two years later, they recorded their first album as a duo, Raising Sand, a precious gem of American music in the broadest sense, elevated by a repertoire based around selected covers with T Bone Burnett producing. This sequel arrives thirteen years on, but it is as if no time had passed at all. Right from the get go this second album boasts more or less the same hard core of musicians as the first: Marc Ribot on guitar, Jay Bellerose on drums, Dennis Crouch on double bass and of course old T Bone on the console. Except for one song, this is still a record made up of covers, fished out of the treasure chest of American music, from Don Everly and Hank Williams to Calexico, Allen Toussaint, Bert Jansch and Merle Haggard plus some others who are much more obscure. Take, for example, Randy Weeks or indeed Mrs Geeshie Wiley, whose Last Kind Words Blues is daringly covered here: one of the most sacred, mysterious and untouchable pieces of old-time blues. And they do it very well, without imitation, by taking it to an Appalachian place, somewhere "High and lonesome", as the only song on the album written by Robert Plant is titled. Another example is the last track on the album, Lucinda Williams' You Can't Rule Me, which they make sound like a Howlin' Wolf cover. Without exception, this record is a great moment of musical alchemy, a reunion of folk ghosts who would rather share a beer in the shadows, than go around spooking people. Robert Plant, Alison Krauss and the team never overdo it: their approach to this legendary American music is one of the utmost simplicity and freedom. And that's only natural: they are a part of that tradition themselves. © Stéphane Deschamps/Qobuz

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