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S1E6: I Get A Thrill
In the final episode of the first series, we discover what happened when Robert Plant got into the studio with a collection of legendary guitar gunslingers like Jeff Beck, Nile Rogers, Brian Setzer and his onetime bandmate Jimmy Page, and indulged his love of early ‘50s rock and roll and jump blues. We’re cookin’ now Daddio!
Series 2 coming soon...
|Aug 11, 2019|
In 2007 Robert and Alison Krauss released an album called ‘Raising Sand’. Something of an instant classic, its huge Grammy-winning success is only superseded by the beautiful musicianship and stunning singing. This episode focuses on how Robert and Alison first came to work together and one specific track that they created…
|Jul 28, 2019|
S1E4: Like I’ve Never Been Gone
The next stop on our musical map is Robert’s first post-Led Zeppelin album, 'Pictures at Eleven' from 1982. A step into brand new territory, but which featured a killer list of musicians by his side including a couple of "kick-ass" drummers.
|Jul 14, 2019|
S1E3: Achilles Last Stand
This episode covers one of the most epic Led Zeppelin songs as Robert reveals the story and personal trauma behind the mighty 'Achilles Last Stand'. Starting our journey at the Riot House in Los Angeles on Halloween 1975, touching on the Iliad and ending up in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco.
|Jul 01, 2019|
S1E2: Bones Of Saints
Robert’s next choice of song is ‘Bones Of Saints’, a track from his 2017 album Carry Fire, and this week he tackles Henryk Górecki, the Welsh mountains of Bala, the dynamic behind The Sensational Space Shifters and the thumb bone of Good King John.
|Jun 16, 2019|
S1E1: Calling To You
We start our journey with a track lifted from the 1993 album ‘Fate Of Nations’ with Robert looking back at the creation of a pretty bold song lifted from that record, and we also discuss why now was the right time to start this podcast series…
|May 31, 2019|
Digging Deep with Robert Plant - Trailer
A brand new podcast series from Robert Plant.
|Apr 05, 2019|