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Working with producer [b]T Bone Burnett[/b], whose impeccable taste in material (from [b]Mel Tillis[/b] to [b]Tom Waits[/b]) and players (from spry folkie [b]Mike Seeger[/b] to axeman supremo [b]Marc Ribot[/b]), guides these two inhabitants of different worlds toward a fertile common ground.The spacious, burnished settings – which rock, despite the subtlety of the performances – allow Plant to overwhelm without raising his voice above a near-whisper on an epic staging of [b]Townes Van Zandt[/b]’s “Nothin’”.
At age ten he is turned on to rock'n'roll after hearing Elvis Presley, and begins imitating him out of earshot of his parents.
That aspect of his personality has been something Plant has increasingly relied on in recent years, not only to keep his sound fresh, but also to maintain distance from the unending pressure to reform Led Zeppelin.
Following the huge success of his 2007 collaboration with Alison Krauss, Raising Sand, Plant has taken another stab at Americana with his latest album, Band Of Joy, on which he works closely with acclaimed singer/songwriter and guitarist Buddy Miller.
Not for the words --- the lyrics are more meaningful than the Zep hits, but they're not poems set to music.
The pairing of the wily old tomcat and the classy country thrush turns out as magically in reality as it seemed unlikely on paper.