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All-in-all it’s an interesting experiment in genre transposition, though I think we’re lucky to have been spared an album of Plant and Krauss re-inventing classic Zeppelin as contemporary Americana.
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I love touring — especially now that we have Juldeh Camara, our West African guy in the band. It’s all confusing when he keeps calling me “uncle.” A term of endearment, apparently.
You’ve said the song “Turn It Up” was inspired by taking long drives through the American South. As a kid in England, I was really drawn to the music of Mississippi.
Krauss takes the lead vocal in “When the Levee Breaks” (original here) while Plant hangs back and strums a guitar.
She turns the song into straight country, and mostly sells it, save the band’s thin, uninspired instrumental breakdowns and guitar solos that only vaguely recall the original.
She is believed to earn a beautiful salary, which correspondingly makes a wonderful net worth of million dollars.
Today, there will be no riding of motorcycles down hotel corridors, just Plant, now almost 66, enthusing about works by Rubens and Caravaggio he recently saw in Dresden, or telling how he once disturbed Bob Dylan putting a sock on to ask him about “Spider” John Koerner.
’ It was a lovely moment and we were chortling away like two Laughing Policemen.
The tears were rolling down our fat old cheeks.”Plant and I have met at the Hyatt Regency in Birmingham, where the valets know him simply as “Planty”.
Both Krauss and Plant get to explore several American roots avenues in Raising Sand, an album of songs by such luminaries as Sam Philips, the Everly Brothers, Townes Van Zandt, and Doc Watson.
But in the videos above, the pair—backed by a country band—mosey through two old Led Zeppelin songs renowned for their thunderous loudness and sweeping guitars.