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  posted on 6/30/2014 at 11:44 AM
http://robertplant.warnerreprise.com/




Robert Plant's new album, lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar, is due September 9 (September 8 UK). Pre-order on VINYL or CD at robertplant.com for an exclusive art print and an instant download of a new album track now.

Pre-order the album from iTunes to receive an instant download of the album track.

Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters will tour the UK & Ireland for 13 days this November. Gain access to tour tickets 48 hours before the general sale when you pre-order the new album with tickets here, starting Wednesday, June 25.

1. Little Maggie
2. Rainbow
3. Pocketful of Golden
4. Embrace Another Fall
5. Turn It Up
6. A Stolen Kiss
7. Somebody There
8. Poor Howard
9. House of Love
10. Up on the Hollow Hill (Understanding Arthur)
11. Arbaden (Maggie’s Babby)



[Edited on 6/30/2014 by jszfunk]

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  posted on 6/30/2014 at 01:08 PM
Thanks for the info.

Have to assume the Little Maggie on the tracklist is the traditional song made famous by the Stanley Bros:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vXTTWZPXkw

I respect Rob't a great deal for his appreciation of the old time music. Cindy from Band of Joy was another traditional one.

 

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  posted on 6/30/2014 at 03:03 PM
How great is when a creative rock veteran continues to release new music & play them live.
Thank you! ...

 

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  posted on 6/30/2014 at 04:41 PM
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How great is when a creative rock veteran continues to release new music & play them live.
Thank you! ...


I give robert a lot of credit for writing and recording continously,he does not want to allow himself to fall in a creative rut and rely on his past glorys.

 

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  posted on 6/30/2014 at 06:56 PM
My little brother is pals w Byron House, who played bass w the Band of Joy a few years ago. In Atlanta, Byron arranged for us to come back stage after the show. And he did the same for some of my brother's friends in another town or two on that tour. Plant was nothing but kind and generous to any/all that I saw and heard relating their experiences.

Nothing personal, but I've never put much credence into the "so and so famous person is a dick"
line of thought. At times, I'm sure they are, and at times, I'm sure they are not.

Just like me!!!!





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...too bad Roberts' such a dick(literally,sorry to burst the bubble for anyone but if u met him you'd know what I Mean!)..for anyone who's had the pleasure of meeting him.Much prefer ABB any day of the Year!

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  posted on 7/1/2014 at 12:42 AM
thats great,I hear what you're saying,sounds like maybe he's mellowed with age & Band of Joy is a more managable size.Zeppelin could be quite a circus & out of control by its sheer size. I find backstage at the 'meet 'n greets' generally artists put on their best PR face.Its at the later after parties & at the hotel bars when everyone's gone where you can see what they're like.
I do know when he came thru town here recently to a normally pretty laidback jazzfest,his was the only band that held the entire line up for an hour while they searched everyone for 'water bottles' & confiscated everyone's water.Security said it was orders from 'Mr.Plant',I thought "oh great he's at it again".The best anyone in line could figure is he didn't want anyone throwing objects at him.Seriously!
Glad your experience was great.

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  posted on 7/1/2014 at 05:42 AM
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Thanks for the info.

Have to assume the Little Maggie on the tracklist is the traditional song made famous by the Stanley Bros:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vXTTWZPXkw

I respect Rob't a great deal for his appreciation of the old time music. Cindy from Band of Joy was another traditional one.




Yeah I was wondering that also and House of Love is a title from a song off the Walking Into Clarksdale release from Robert and Jimmy.....16yrs ago...yikes!!! Did not think it was that long. Thats a good cd. I think I will get that out tonight.

Another thing that caught my eye and it may not be a big deal, but this is just a Robert Plant release. No Band of Joy, Space Shifters,Strange Sensation, etc....


Speaking of Zep....I saw JPJ last week in Louisville with Dave Rawlings Machine. Excellent show.

 

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  posted on 7/1/2014 at 08:23 AM
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Thanks for the info.

Have to assume the Little Maggie on the tracklist is the traditional song made famous by the Stanley Bros:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vXTTWZPXkw

I respect Rob't a great deal for his appreciation of the old time music. Cindy from Band of Joy was another traditional one.



Let's hope he has learned his lesson and does give proper credits , unlike in the past when he and Page were less than honest. Hell even Stairway was ripped off.

 

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  posted on 7/1/2014 at 09:09 AM
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Thanks for the info.

Have to assume the Little Maggie on the tracklist is the traditional song made famous by the Stanley Bros:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vXTTWZPXkw

I respect Rob't a great deal for his appreciation of the old time music. Cindy from Band of Joy was another traditional one.




Let's hope he has learned his lesson and does give proper credits , unlike in the past when he and Page were less than honest. Hell even Stairway was ripped off.


This is one time he does not have to. Maggie is traditional, or in the public domain. Everybody wrote it!

I guess I did not realize this was not the Shape Shifters. I'm more interested now, to see who Robert has lined up to play on it.

 

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  posted on 7/1/2014 at 09:19 AM
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Thanks for the info.

Have to assume the Little Maggie on the tracklist is the traditional song made famous by the Stanley Bros:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vXTTWZPXkw

I respect Rob't a great deal for his appreciation of the old time music. Cindy from Band of Joy was another traditional one.




Let's hope he has learned his lesson and does give proper credits , unlike in the past when he and Page were less than honest. Hell even Stairway was ripped off.


This is one time he does not have to. Maggie is traditional, or in the public domain. Everybody wrote it!

I guess I did not realize this was not the Shape Shifters. I'm more interested now, to see who Robert has lined up to play on it.




I am just wondering if it is the Space Shifters and they are just not mentioned in the naming of the cd, but maybe in the credits.

 

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  posted on 9/8/2014 at 10:03 PM
Full album stream:

http://www.npr.org/2014/09/01/343144827/first-listen-robert-plant-lullaby-a nd-the-ceaseless-roar?autoplay=true

Out tomorrow, and my copy will soon be winging its way here.

 

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  posted on 9/10/2014 at 08:22 PM
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Thanks for the info.

Have to assume the Little Maggie on the tracklist is the traditional song made famous by the Stanley Bros:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vXTTWZPXkw

I respect Rob't a great deal for his appreciation of the old time music. Cindy from Band of Joy was another traditional one.


Let's hope he has learned his lesson and does give proper credits , unlike in the past when he and Page were less than honest. Hell even Stairway was ripped off.


This is one time he does not have to. Maggie is traditional, or in the public domain. Everybody wrote it!

I guess I did not realize this was not the Shape Shifters. I'm more interested now, to see who Robert has lined up to play on it.




I am just wondering if it is the Space Shifters and they are just not mentioned in the naming of the cd, but maybe in the credits.


The Sensational Space Shifters play on the entire album.

 

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  posted on 9/10/2014 at 08:29 PM
he's actually really short in real life.
wonder if thats considered 'thread crapping'

 

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  posted on 9/11/2014 at 10:29 AM
http://www.rollingstone.com/music/albumreviews/robert-plant-lullaby-and-the -ceaseless-roar-20140909
Rolling Stone review

We'd like a Zep reunion as much as anyone, but it's easy to understand Robert Plant's resistance.
Reinventing himself on his 2007 Alison Krauss collab, Raising Sand, and on projects with ex-girlfriend Patty Griffin, the singer made some of his best work ever. His latest returns to the world-music fusion of 2005's Mighty ReArranger with his Strange Sensation band (now reconfigured as the Sensational Space Shifters). It lacks the focused grace of his country experiments, but this much is true: It's Plant's hardest-rocking set in a decade. And it makes you wonder.

"Little Maggie," the album keystone, flips an Appalachian folk song (and bluegrass standard) with African space-funk grooves and hoedown-worthy griot ritti fiddle from Gambian bandmate Juldeh Camara. Heavier tracks are less convincing. "Embrace Another Fall," the sort of hybrid Peter Gabriel mastered, veers between boutique-hotel-lobby mixtape fodder and half-baked "Kashmir" gestures. "Pocketful of Golden" is a Houses of the Holy-style Celtic folk rocker that could use some Jimmy Page Les Paul shredding. Plant's Americana detour has made him a better, more nuanced singer. Here, coming home to something like progressive rock, it's hard not to think of his other band. Keep hope alive.




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  posted on 9/12/2014 at 02:37 PM
Yo Funk: don't wonder too much. The originals were overrated . I saw them and left tremendously disappointed.
 

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  posted on 9/13/2014 at 11:42 AM

Maybe all the Zep nostalgia has more to do with good times we all had back then, and less to do with the actual music. Zep was the fireworks, but we were the ones lighting the fuse. Product of a time and space never to be repeated, even if Bonzo pulled a Lazarus and did a zombie set with Page and Plant and Jones, and somehow managed to recapture that old spark, performing the hits perfect, without a tribe of crazed starry-eyed hobbits the magic wouldn't come back.

Poor Robert, I'm surprised he hasn't hauled off and slugged any mouth that utters the Z word at some point. What a millstone to have around your neck, as an artist. Your audience never allowing you to shed your skin and move on. Zep was nearly half a century ago !!!

 

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  posted on 9/14/2014 at 10:41 AM
download it from pirates bay for free

 

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  posted on 9/14/2014 at 03:29 PM
i'm listening to it now. so far so good. i wasn't expecting anything like zeppelin nor should i. i gotta go check the credits and so forth. interesting
 

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  posted on 9/14/2014 at 04:31 PM
i liked it so much i listened to it twice
 

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  posted on 9/15/2014 at 09:24 AM
Getting mine today. Seeing him at The Capitol Theater next week.
 

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  posted on 9/15/2014 at 10:26 AM
I'm halfway through my 2d listen, and I like it. I'm not blown away like I was w/ Band of Joy, but it is different. As a bluegrass fan, I like his take on Little Maggie w/ the African instruments, and the Maggie's Babby reprise at the end. Some of it is pretty spacey, which is cool. The only song I do not like is the title track (too mellow).

My booklet only has the lyrics to about 6 songs. Weird, or maybe I got a defective printing.

 

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  posted on 9/15/2014 at 08:50 PM
same here
 
 


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