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2007 finds Robert working on album number three with Strange Sensation, leaning again towards the music of the muse - exotic, explosive, and detailed.
By 1967 he had cut 6 sides for CBS, formed the Band of Joy with John Bonham, and created two crucial working partnerships.
On , Plant features Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders and elaborated on how that came to be on the track "Bluebird over the Mountain" - a song that was originally a 2-minute solo.
Meredith and Plant also went on to touch on performing with Patty Griffin with Plant saying she has "the voice of an angel." Continuing on about female acts he has worked with, Plant alluded to discussions he's had with Alison Krauss about a second collaboration titled .
Attending a high brow event for Lead Belly, Plant talked about how he and Krauss came to be by meeting through a mutual friend. Why don't you come along and do a couple Lead Belly pieces?
So we started doing 'In the Pines,'" the legendary artist stated.
Krauss and Plant share a maverick spirit that makes Raising Sand sound like one continuous thought -- a conversation between two major music talents that goes on for an entire album.