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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

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"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:42 min | Last month

"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"All right I wanted to include that one because another great guy that fired up Robert Plant I thought. Was Drummer Michael Lee Michael Lee. Great Guy I'll get into the personal memory part of it in a second, but I love what he does on this song. I was going to include a when the world was young. Yeah, that's that that starts really mellow this off walking into Clarksdale by the way so that that starts really mellow and then and then it gets really driving later on and I. Michael Really kind of drove drove drove that song Michalis part of the family because he also was on the fate of Nation, Tours Nations tour I believe he was the drummer there along with Francis on guitar. But? But he's also the drummer coming into the band on the first page plant album that kind of throw away one. I can't even remember the name of it what the heck is! It called no quarter. You know where they were. They redid you know they went and did the the cash versions of or of few Zeppelin songs and there's a couple of originals on there. I'm looking at it now. But. And this is where I'm even more contrarian to to plug our youtube show the contrarians. Go check it out. We've got about fifteen episodes there. But TB even more contrary, and I walk around and tell people all the time to blank stares that walking into Clarksdale is like the lost led Zeppelin album, and if you, if you inserted it into the ranking of the led Zeppelin albums, it would certainly be somewhere in the middle to the upper half of all led Zeppelin albums. It's it's officially a Jimmy page. Robert Plant album and Yeah, it's funny, so no quarter says that on the cover to Jimmy page. Robert Plant and the and the edges the spine. Say Jimmy. Pledge Amerson Percent Robert Plant on. On, no quarter, of course, of course, you get this, they always screw this stuff up I mean that's that's why people hate talking about. This record on the spine is called no quarter Colon Jimmy page and percent rubber plant unleaded on the front. It says Jimmy Page Robert Plant no quarter. Okay so walking into Clarksdale. What does it say so? It is credited to Jimmy page amp. San Robert Plant Colon walking into Clarksdale. So that's a little tidier, but anyways I love that record. Michael Lee is so he's part of the band even on the first situation where they start touring, and he's the drummer all over walking into Clarksdale. What love about walking into Clarksdale is Jimmy and Robert credited the entire band, I hate this, but I can't remember who the Bass player's right off the top of my head, but anyways four guys credited on all the songs on the album. That is really cool, so Michael Lee gets credit on every single. Single Song songwriting credit on walking into Clarksdale I think he deserves it because he comes in, and he has this very John Bonham. Ask Drummer with a big fat sound, big raucous sound just like his personality. Michael was a big guy little. Bit Overweight. You know I under I understand you know he. He drank a lot. He had a bit of a drink problem. Apparently, I can't remember. I'm seeing this because I tried to look it up. Because of get into it in a second I, it's I'm uncomfortable, even saying that about him, but it because now I'm forgetting whether he was, he told me that directly, or whatever that he knew about or other guys said he had a reputation, but anyways enough dwelling on that. So. He's an amazing part of this, so I feel like he's a guy who is firing up a Robert as well, but I'm sure. He fired up Jimmy Page as well and and drove this record into being such a cool energetic, awesome record. I love it I if it feels to me like like a really ragged, daring, almost falling apart version of principle a moments, because it can be quite quiet record at time and contemplative and spiritual almost and. And, so yeah, I think walking into Clarksdale is an amazing record, so my fond memory. The the way I'm attaching memory to all these is I got to hang out with Michael backstage when thin lizzy came through in one of their later non fill, linnet lineups and played Massey Hall, so it was great hanging out with him. He was a super nice guy, very accommodating backstage, but also at that time I got to chat with John Sykes. Which is interesting to me. Are Important to me because I never got to talk to that damn guy ever again. I can never track him down and do a proper phone interview. Scott Gorham. Of course the guys and also got to hang out with deep purple that night. Because this was Phil, this was thin, lizzy, backing up deep purple, so it was, it was hanging out with all these great legends, but that was the time I got to hang out with Mike Lee, but the other part of the fond memory here is that I saw the Ian Gillan in lineup show at the at the Phoenix and pretty sure Michael was the drummer for that. I'm looking it up online I'm you know I'm saying on memory of Michael I, but I can't remember the drumming part but I'm saying wow, so he was there for that apparently, so that's cool and I also. Recall seeing Jeff Martin from the tea party on his solo situation I love that exile and the kingdom album Michalis, the drummer on that and I saw that tour and I'm sure that was Michael Drumming there so Michael was kind of like like Ted nugent drummers where you were you suddenly started seeing these guys all over the place in Ted's band or Alice, Cooper's band, or whatever but but so there was this tight little period there, where where like it seemed like I was seeing Michael, Lee all over the place and I definitely. Pretty sure I got to meet Michael Leon another one of these occasions, and then the poignant part of this memory is the fact that Michael. Lee is no longer with us. He died of an epileptic seizure. He was apparently out out that night came home and was found on on the on the floor beside his bed. A you know Having died of a seizure Danny Stanton, says seizure. Other places say epileptic seizure, so I'm not quite sure. nother interesting trivia point. He died on November twenty, fourth of two, thousand, eight November twenty, four, th of nineteen. ninety-one is the day that Eric Carr and Freddie Mercury died so both of them, November twenty, four th, but both of them nineteen, ninety-one, Michalis, November, twenty, four, thousand eight, so yeah, unfortunately, Michael's no longer with us. He's a guy. I met Richie. Hayward is no longer with us. He's the Guy I met had had a great time talking with. I thought in my brief time knowing these guys they seem to be. Great Guys Jazz I interviewed. Francis and Robbie Yeah Great Guitarists, so there's all these enablers of the rubber plant situation that I've just feel fond like a little bit of connection to some of them, but a super connection to these records I love the rubber plants. Solo catalog sadly I haven't kept up really really really closely with the later catalog at it did tick me off a little bit when he didn't want to right, so there was a lot of covering going on, and I don't think I wanNA hear Robert Plant. Right and sing, and and be with all these new that fire up, but I don't WanNa. Hear him do any kind of covers whatsoever ever. But Yeah Love, the Guy Love, the catalog love his. Intellectual curiosity, he loves music. Obviously, he's a massive musicologist of various things and I love you know all these cool different phase. He went through to make all these records all right. Wow, so this has been another one of my very longest episodes. I'm.

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"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:41 min | Last month

"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Okay so this was shocking album that I mostly hated and still don't like very much shaken and stirred so Robert Plant what he likes to do is absolutely blow things up shakeup. To normal things are getting too predictable you know. He wants to completely change in and out of the direction, and this is absolutely one of the top examples. You'll ever see anybody changing direction certainly So. He made a fairly zeppelinesque album, and then he made kind of like a mellower zeppelinesque album that is maybe like a a Robert Plant and John Paul Jones album in in principle a moments, but you know granted. They were both kind of Zeppelin asking a number of ways. This is absolutely not zeppelinesque. But the weird, so this album is full of. Weird odd. Keyboard sounds You know high technology. This is you know what I find really interesting here is that you know jazz? Obviously being a keyboardist in being technology, it's not as much of a leap for him to move into this absolutely new New Wave E. Know since since rock. Art Rock World but Robbie Blunt has been dragged in that direction, and it's bizarre seeing Robbie, blunt taken in a direction of say and Andy Summers of the police or the fix or something like that. Chiming away everything you say about Alex Life's in in the eighties Robbie Blunt is probably I. Don't know if he's dragged kicking and screaming. We never hear from Robbie Blunt. We don't know what he thinks. But? He's certainly in a very weird space here compared to his past, and and the first two albums. As is jazz. He's in a weird place but I wanted to play this to celebrate Richie Hayward. Richie Hayward sadly now no longer with us the little feat drummer, so he's coming from this cool cool world of of being an avocado mafia you know sort of in between the singer? Songwriter Country Rock thing and steely Dan with the band little feat, I love little feat, huge, little feat, Fan, and he's this amazing amazing drummer in little feet so so he's in a very weird place here as well. He's almost coming from the same kind of world as a as a Robbie Blunt to arrive at this at this the fix, Human League soft cell. teardrop explodes Shriek back. Probably one of the better examples of what this sounds like a place. So here he is, and my fond memory associated with this is I actually got to sit down with Richie and the rest of the guys in little feet on the bus when they came to Toronto and played the Phoenix Maybe fifteen years ago, maybe even twenty years ago at this point But he ritchie. Asked him about Robert Plant and he regaled us with a few stories and I, just off the top of my head. I can't remember, but he definitely said that it was a strange band making strange music in. It was just a very weird situation. To be playing that and even be called by Robert Plan. It's quite bizarre. But anything about little feat I know I know you know guys like Roger Glover are are hugely influenced by little feat. He worked with with Delaney Bramlett Delaney Delaney Bonnie Bramlett. Yeah, so so his solo albums have a little bit a bit of that field, so I mean Museau is musicians loved little feet. It's it's not really a surprise, but so there's my fond memory. I mean. I remember pulling up and I think it was Fred Tackett. Is it Fred who's also no longer with us, but anyways taken him to find a Chinese restaurants, so it was just neat talking to Richie about Robert Talking to Ritchie, about jazz. So. There's my fond memory and I gotta tell you that. Show that night again. I'm one of the greatest concerts I've ever seen in my life. A little feat live about fifteen years ago. They had I can't remember her name, but they had that co female lead singer with them. She was amazing so yeah there you go and little by little. I wanted to play you a song that played you. There was my favorite Phil probably on the I loved his fills on this It's the most conventional song on an album full of a lot of strange, sweet and sour music. But here you hear Ritchie, playing like Stewart Copeland I mean this. There's a lot of police like elements to this album. He's recorded like Stewart Copeland. He's playing Stewart Copeland. There's a little bit of You know busy. Hi, hat action I thought that Phil is a little stewart. Copeland I love fills that end with thought with the two symbols in rapid succession at the end of Phil. I've always liked that sort of thing. Kim Mitchell's drummers do that. I think a fair bit so anyways there you go. That was a little by little the most conventional song you're going to hear on that damn album very strange albums still don't like it very much to this day all right. Moving on. Four here in history and five songs with Martin, popoff firing rubber plant. Take a listen to this. This is calling to you..

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"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:41 min | Last month

"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Okay so this was shocking album that I mostly hated and still don't like very much shaken and stirred so Robert Plant what he likes to do is absolutely blow things up shakeup. To normal things are getting too predictable you know. He wants to completely change in and out of the direction, and this is absolutely one of the top examples. You'll ever see anybody changing direction certainly So. He made a fairly zeppelinesque album, and then he made kind of like a mellower zeppelinesque album that is maybe like a a Robert Plant and John Paul Jones album in in principle a moments, but you know granted. They were both kind of Zeppelin asking a number of ways. This is absolutely not zeppelinesque. But the weird, so this album is full of. Weird odd. Keyboard sounds You know high technology. This is you know what I find really interesting here is that you know jazz? Obviously being a keyboardist in being technology, it's not as much of a leap for him to move into this absolutely new New Wave E. Know since since rock. Art Rock World but Robbie Blunt has been dragged in that direction, and it's bizarre seeing Robbie, blunt taken in a direction of say and Andy Summers of the police or the fix or something like that. Chiming away everything you say about Alex Life's in in the eighties Robbie Blunt is probably I. Don't know if he's dragged kicking and screaming. We never hear from Robbie Blunt. We don't know what he thinks. But? He's certainly in a very weird space here compared to his past, and and the first two albums. As is jazz. He's in a weird place but I wanted to play this to celebrate Richie Hayward. Richie Hayward sadly now no longer with us the little feat drummer, so he's coming from this cool cool world of of being an avocado mafia you know sort of in between the singer? Songwriter Country Rock thing and steely Dan with the band little feat, I love little feat, huge, little feat, Fan, and he's this amazing amazing drummer in little feet so so he's in a very weird place here as well. He's almost coming from the same kind of world as a as a Robbie Blunt to arrive at this at this the fix, Human League soft cell. teardrop explodes Shriek back. Probably one of the better examples of what this sounds like a place. So here he is, and my fond memory associated with this is I actually got to sit down with Richie and the rest of the guys in little feet on the bus when they came to Toronto and played the Phoenix Maybe fifteen years ago, maybe even twenty years ago at this point But he ritchie. Asked him about Robert Plant and he regaled us with a few stories and I, just off the top of my head. I can't remember, but he definitely said that it was a strange band making strange music in. It was just a very weird situation. To be playing that and even be called by Robert Plan. It's quite bizarre. But anything about little feat I know I know you know guys like Roger Glover are are hugely influenced by little feat. He worked with with Delaney Bramlett Delaney Delaney Bonnie Bramlett. Yeah, so so his solo albums have a little bit a bit of that field, so I mean Museau is musicians loved little feet. It's it's not really a surprise, but so there's my fond memory. I mean. I remember pulling up and I think it was Fred Tackett. Is it Fred who's also no longer with us, but anyways taken him to find a Chinese restaurants, so it was just neat talking to Richie about Robert Talking to Ritchie, about jazz. So. There's my fond memory and I gotta tell you that. Show that night again. I'm one of the greatest concerts I've ever seen in my life. A little feat live about fifteen years ago. They had I can't remember her name, but they had that co female lead singer with them. She was amazing so yeah there you go and little by little. I wanted to play you a song that played you. There was my favorite Phil probably on the I loved his fills on this It's the most conventional song on an album full of a lot of strange, sweet and sour music. But here you hear Ritchie, playing like Stewart Copeland I mean this. There's a lot of police like elements to this album. He's recorded like Stewart Copeland. He's playing Stewart Copeland. There's a little bit of You know busy. Hi, hat action I thought that Phil is a little stewart. Copeland I love fills that end with thought with the two symbols in rapid succession at the end of Phil. I've always liked that sort of thing. Kim Mitchell's drummers do that. I think a fair bit so anyways there you go. That was a little by little the most conventional song you're going to hear on that damn album very strange albums still don't like it very much to this day all right. Moving on. Four here in history and five songs with Martin, popoff firing rubber plant. Take a listen to this. This is calling to you..

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"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:45 min | Last month

"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Are pleased as always to be part of the Pantheon podcast network available on. Apple spotify I tunes, and over forty other podcasts platforms shouldn't be too hard to find the show we are up to episode number fifty two this one. We are going to be calling firing Robert Plant. Now I had a bunch of titles plan for this. My favorite title from lyrical point of view was going to be Robert Plant's shadow cabinet, but it does. Do you know what we're GonNa talk about doesn't quite fit the definition of a shadow cabinet, which is basically the opposition of the party in government, having like a shadow defence minister complains about everything. The defense people do and Finance Minister and Environment Minister. Minister basically a backup, poor man's You're not in control, a guy that had nothing to do with shadow cabinet I was going to call it war room, but There's so much good vibes. We're going to talk about it. In this episode that that war room didn't seem quite right better. Angels Robert Plans Better Angels had to look up. The definition of better angels and act doesn't doesn't quite fit. They're. Going to call it helping Robert Plant, but I figure firing. Robert Plant sounds like he's going to be fired, but really we are talking about firing up Robert Plant, so this episode is going to be about a bunch of guys. I think should be appreciated more than they are For for essentially turning the rubber plant catalogue and Robert Plant's music into some amazing amazing music this is all sort of early days of the Robert Plant Catalogue because I am going to attach each of these also to a fond memory of from my own life in in maybe some interaction with these guys in some cases but yeah. So. That's basically what we're going to be talking about here. Personalities that like the guys like Carlos Alum. Al How Lamar. Alamar. And Robert and Adrian Blue in these people who and Iggy pop for that matter. who fired up David Bowie during certain times I think Robert. Plant even needs that more and craves that Moore. He's a guy who's whole sort of personality post led Zeppelin has been built on the idea of. He's just a an eager greedy seeker of new experience a new music. So. He loves working with all these different guys, and he happens to find really cool people to work with so we're going to be talking about a few those and and like I say attaching a memory to it, so let's get onto our first one here in history and five songs with Martin Popoff. Episode fifty two firing Robert Plant. Let's take a listen to this. This is in the mood..

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"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:45 min | Last month

"robert plant" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Are pleased as always to be part of the Pantheon podcast network available on. Apple spotify I tunes, and over forty other podcasts platforms shouldn't be too hard to find the show we are up to episode number fifty two this one. We are going to be calling firing Robert Plant. Now I had a bunch of titles plan for this. My favorite title from lyrical point of view was going to be Robert Plant's shadow cabinet, but it does. Do you know what we're GonNa talk about doesn't quite fit the definition of a shadow cabinet, which is basically the opposition of the party in government, having like a shadow defence minister complains about everything. The defense people do and Finance Minister and Environment Minister. Minister basically a backup, poor man's You're not in control, a guy that had nothing to do with shadow cabinet I was going to call it war room, but There's so much good vibes. We're going to talk about it. In this episode that that war room didn't seem quite right better. Angels Robert Plans Better Angels had to look up. The definition of better angels and act doesn't doesn't quite fit. They're. Going to call it helping Robert Plant, but I figure firing. Robert Plant sounds like he's going to be fired, but really we are talking about firing up Robert Plant, so this episode is going to be about a bunch of guys. I think should be appreciated more than they are For for essentially turning the rubber plant catalogue and Robert Plant's music into some amazing amazing music this is all sort of early days of the Robert Plant Catalogue because I am going to attach each of these also to a fond memory of from my own life in in maybe some interaction with these guys in some cases but yeah. So. That's basically what we're going to be talking about here. Personalities that like the guys like Carlos Alum. Al How Lamar. Alamar. And Robert and Adrian Blue in these people who and Iggy pop for that matter. who fired up David Bowie during certain times I think Robert. Plant even needs that more and craves that Moore. He's a guy who's whole sort of personality post led Zeppelin has been built on the idea of. He's just a an eager greedy seeker of new experience a new music. So. He loves working with all these different guys, and he happens to find really cool people to work with so we're going to be talking about a few those and and like I say attaching a memory to it, so let's get onto our first one here in history and five songs with Martin Popoff. Episode fifty two firing Robert Plant. Let's take a listen to this. This is in the mood..

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Rosalind J. (Bee) Harris, publisher and art director of the Denver Urban Spectrum newspaper; 2020 Inductee to the Colorado Womens Hall of Fame

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

08:37 min | 5 months ago

Rosalind J. (Bee) Harris, publisher and art director of the Denver Urban Spectrum newspaper; 2020 Inductee to the Colorado Womens Hall of Fame

"Today. I am excited to bring you another twenty twenty inducted into the Colorado Women's hall of fame. Today's guest is Rosalyn. Jay Harris also known as be she is the owner publisher art director of the Denver Urban Spectrum newspaper since one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. She and her contributors have been spreading the news about people of Color and celebrated thirty four years. This year be has received numerous awards over the years including the Martin Luther King Junior Humanitarian Award. The National Council of Negro Woman Trailblazer Award the girl scouts. Two Thousand Women Women of distinction honorary and numerous awards from the Colorado Association of Black Journalists in February twenty twelve. She received the President's Volunteer Service Award. From president. Barack Obama enduring the Denver Urban Spectrums Twenty Fifth Anniversary Celebration. Roselend be Harris was bestowed with an honorary doctorate. A public service from the Denver Institute of Urban Studies Adult College in twenty thirteen. She received the lifetime achievement award from the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce in February. Two Thousand Fifteen B was recognized as one of the top twenty five most powerful women in Denver by the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce. In October she received a lifetime achievement. An excellence award from the Colorado Black Women for political action. And that's not even all of the awards that have been bestowed upon her for a full list. Check the show nuts. Now let's Meet Be Harris a twenty twenty Colorado Women's hall of fame inductee welcomed extraordinary women. Radio be thank you. I look forward to chatting with you this afternoon. I do too. Congratulations on being inducted into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame Twenty Twenty industrialised. Thank you. It is a great honor. Our wasn't expecting it but I'm so happy about it and look forward to the induction ceremony and much ideas away. It's the day before my birthday. So what a great birthday present that is for me. That's a great birthday present for you. Congratulations that's really good. So you founded the Denver Urban Spectrum newspaper Nineteen eighty-seven tell us about the story and how the seeds were planted for the newspaper. You know it's funny that you would say how the seeds were planted. Because I always start that off when I talked to When I when people ask me that question and I refer to them I refer to it because my from my two partners that helped start the publication thirty four years ago. I was approached by Robert Stewart. Who actually in it? I think he was working in the computer systems and here approached me and said he was looking for I think he's looking for a graphic designer and I've always had a graphic design studio. Were worked in that worked in that field for many years and And I still do I still do as a matter of fact. I'm fortunate that I've been working on the publication in that area. Also as in addition to the publisher but I was doing freelance Moguls business cards stationery menu Annual reports and you know he asked around the community and several people say well he would be harassed anyway we met talked about the publication and I asked him I said well. Can you go and get Working on the business planning come back and see me and he said okay. So I don't know must have been three. Maybe six months went by and then I got another. I got another call from Ron. Still and he's a photo journalist. He's the timeframe and he wanted to start a publications like knock on my head again Publication keeps coming my way and so after I talked with him. I said well Ron. Let's go see Robert and see how business plan is going and called Robert and we met. I called them and actually he just said Oh. I forgot all about that publication. It's like shame on you so anyway we got together. The three of us get together and talk about it and We went out and I went to a printer in and found out that to print publication. It's going to be about eleven hundred in two thousand eleven hundred dollars to print publication small publication twelve pages and so we went out to get about eleven hundred and two dollars worth of advertising temperate. This announced the coverage is to get that first one going and so after that you know Ron still in A. He's Oh God that was too much work for me. So he said he wants to be a photo journalism. I think he went to the Indianapolis Star. So Robert Nigh continued it on but I always say that Robert Plant the seed then run feel came and he kind of water did and I'm I'm out of there so all I can say is the rest is history and then going on for thirty four years. Now that's Awesome. And and what was your drive. What was your. Why did you want to create this? What's interesting because I was a graphic designer My wife was just really kind of support the community. We didn't have Where there were a couple of other publications and you know there's a couple of two round but I think there was a need for the communities of Color and I think our perspective with just a little bit different we We actually Stirred the focus was on women who Latino Women African American Women Asian and native American but That was on women initially the first the first year actually the first year we did a story on. Oh Gosh you know. They were Dell a bad wound. She was a native American community. There was one who I don't even nephews women where they are. Today she was Asian We K- you the OH Gosh okay Florence Hernandez Komo's will also be the story on Cleo Parker Robinson worried cover stories And they were phenomenal. You know phenomenal people that we have the covers on but the first year. We did have a little glitch So well we had a little glitch. And there was a fire we There's a fire in our building and we lost a lot of material some of the original artwork. Kinda change the focus but the other thing too. You know a kind of evolved more to the African American community because the Asian community had you know they they. I'm sure they still do have a lot of publications in Hispanic Community A Lotta publications. Also so they kind of evolved to the African American community over the years. Okay awesome awesome and as you were dimming. So is this something that you dreamed about was something that just happened to unfold for you. I did not dream about it. You know and you're right. It consists is just actually something that unfolded for me. I was a graphic designer and I it just it just came to me. I I went to school in Omaha and I. I was a fine arts. Fine Arts majoring in finance and a minor in journalism. So I always feel that you God has a plan for everyone you know and it. Kinda it was Kinda destiny because I would agree with that. I can tell you that it was something that are meant to step into. And all of the signpost showed up for you to lead you in the right direction exactly and I feel that way with a lot of things people were saying. What are you you know you know when people are talking? I say I've got a I've got a little Assistant and She's she's from Micronesia. And I love her dearly like a granddaughter and she always says whatever plan that God has for me that's where she's going and so that's what I feel also I think there's a reason and a purpose for his plan on everyone's life and I feel like this is my year purpose because I do have a few more things that you know. I WANNA

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"It is interesting you can. You can watch artists relationship with some songs about with that song surfaces and performances and maybe fools out for tour too you can see them talking about and how that ebb and flow of like. Actually I really any. Don't WanNa hear that song ever again. It's fine ever want to hear it again to come in from the cold because yeah now I've had a bit of time away from you. You like an appreciate your good points as well as your bad points. And I guess you're always going to have something that we I mean with spaceships as we revisited it about three years ago And how was that great. Because we spent some time in Memphis and we'd been rented studio where Woody Mitchell's tools used to work producing. And so we'd been to where Al Green it cut his tough in a so we were talking about the Al Green Rhythm and how late is so we decided to have a block from Wolverhampton singing and green song and and and so it had another life. I don't know whether the guys from jaw wobble and casten attack wanted to go leading me on But anyway there's a song and another one of those sons and ironically after that on later run down the line I wrote a song called away. I feel that it's basically big long part. Two's Great Song with Doug Boyle Playing Guitar. It's not funny either. It's it's torrid horrid more targeted.

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

07:47 min | 8 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"I was desperately trying. Eighty one eighty two eighty three to write songs and move away from previous musical place and to get the story right many years before. Before I went to rockville studios monmouth and Dave Edmunds recording. I knew the bride when she used to rock and roll and all that stuff and he was he's contract I think with RCA was up. And I really really loved that sort of South Wales rock and roll stuff with It does seem to be a nest of almost sounded like sort of early Nashville rock and roll nights nine hundred sixty two sixty three three kind of stuff and Dave. Edmunds was at the helm of it. All he had a great group yet. Saint Nick Lowe. Terry Williams was far. Add stuff Pretty Leib Bremner not a footballer and So I went to rock field enjoyed the place fan. Dave got him to sign a Ah Swan Song records and just went about my business and he had some good success at a good time and I used to pass by Rockford quite often because the Welsh borders is my sort of manner and down that pretty beautiful country and then at the end of nine thousand nine hundred eighty. I had no place to go led. Zeppelin was over. John was gone and so formed. A group called honey drips and We used to play clubs around England for for no money and I played with great band. Really they were really good players and we used to play small clubs and and go around and the driver of our van whose name was big. Dave used to coat to the front door of the club and say who's playing tonight and if anybody mentioned me we'd just drive on so it has to be the honey drips and that was hit so then we could play Aw stuff you really did that. Yeah and so Roy. Blunt been an Andy Silvester when the two guitar players who were in this band and they were both extraordinary players and still a- and We gotten to the point where there's only so many times you can play Gene Vincent songs to thirteen people in the the limit club in Dhabi. So aw I thought I really want to know whether or not we can make a big sound. That sounds big without it being really really heavy and tough so we went. I went to rock `field and cheer went down to what is now called Mono Valley Studios and pull the group together with Cozy Powell and Poor Martinez Jesuit on keyboards Paul Playing Bass Robbie Blunt and actually Andy Silvester played bass to begin with I need. I knew Andy from a group called shades of blue who played around the black country with Christine perfect on piano. Christina mcphee I- fabulous groups PREETI. Great arm be stuff And so we put this band together and started writing songs and And they rolled out in the kind of haphazard way and he decided against the idea of going for it again so poor Martinez came in to play Bass and we went to Rockville and start a record and it was really interesting. Because it's the first time ever I'd been away from the kind of the crash of Zeppelin and and I really didn't realize just how much patience and concentration you really need in in a studio to get people to perform give you something really really important what you mean well because Zeppelin seemed to roll out in some kind of magical way and quite often we recorded in Locations with a mobile truck so so we might play one the beginnings of one song for say trampled underfoot on physical graffiti. And we just played until it became something that was it because it was open all hours. A studio was there. The mikes were up engineer was always there. And if you went to wake him up and Rhody the go-to get some cider and crash the car and all that sort of thing so being in the confines of a studio with an engineer who has to go home because he got to keep his ears is clear and all that it was a real new twist I see and I had to really bluffed my way through it because I didn't really know studio Jio Etiquette so after all that success in Zeppelin. I never really went behind the desk except for to push the focal effects on the contracts a bit more here in that so it was a real challenge so to try and create changes in music and patent and form. I had to try and distance myself and learn at the same time about all sorts of different approaches to recording to writing performance and I was helped absolutely admirably by Phil Collins who came along he was also on Atlantic records and he came along and he said so you said John Bonham was probably the most important influence in my life. He said I'll sit in that store for you. So he came down and we did on. Both pictures are eleven and principle of moments he. He was an absolute restraint. Powerhouse with enthusiasm you know unending energy and lots of humor. We had a really great fun. Then he came onto with us. He said I can take. I can do this for a month and that was when India tonight was just breaking. I didn't know he to me. Yeah he gave everybody a coat in every night on the bus for paying too slow hello and of course they smooth and cool. You could call the other guys but Phil was having none of it. It stand up on the drum riser. What he sticks in your hand and get it right come on? Let's go so we go all that sort of great tremolos thing going on and I needed to soften it up a bit so we turned on a t R eight drum machine which you must have remembered from the heady days yes still still still aged quite well. 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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"Aw so a lot of songs on that album. Our poll on that way. I think we doubt some time ago with bones saints And this social commentary if you call it that will cry for help. And then this carry fire and Justin Austin had this. He was just playing some little beautiful little sort of semi tones. Shift on Guitar It was supposed to fit into the middle of something like some of the song we doing. Put it stuck in my mind. And it never became a part of avoid exposed to it was just somewhere in the Isa and one day we started started playing it and within about twenty minutes the whole melodic structure and that structure. The song was developed. Timing some well. Yeah because it is what it is. It's just it's going through. It's called progression so it probably goes three to five times or whatever is with solo section and in the middle and me in real world. There was a guy playing classical cello and he really lifetime music and we met him while we were having a bowl of soup in real wealth soup department and I I think I think it was just an odd tim him and said You WanNa come over for an Aso. He played stuff then. Seth Lake men turned up because we needed a high fiddle. And Seth was amazing. Just pull up in. His van came in and played well over the record and got back in his van and went back to Bodmin..

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"It's a sensitive delicate deal. Dragging brand new songs out of the sky trading ideas accepting some storing others in the maybe later bag moving on long hobby of planet during the ZIP years. I never imagined a full-scale album project that the other guy is uneven. Less the idea of new writing partners but then since since nineteen eighty-one. I've enjoyed many amazing exciting musicians in the sharing in the writing and production and engineering men and women who encouraged and enlightened introducing. you see me crazy curves. I could never have imagined this podcast. I'm going to be picking out some songs from here. And they have on the way mixing constant ships and sound and intention from across this long old time. There's a story and all of them. I'm Robert Plant. This is digging deep. Welcome to this episode. Eleven of digging deep with Robert Oba plant as you may know robot cheeses song from his back Catalogue and tells us the story of. The song's creation the lyrical. Inspirations and preoccupations how the musicians nations involved work together what the studios. It's like another song fits into the ever evolving tapestry of Robert's musical output. This episode concerns a song from a very very recent album by Roberts and the sensational space. Shifter's record earned him some great reviews and throw him off gathering disparate influences and styles once again and finding finding a place where politics both social and political impacted on his work..

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"Aw why are we focusing on evermore than white chosen this song Chesney Song because I want to if I'm GonNa talk about music of my time from start to finish more or less from the beginning T- right up to now then I I'd like to think that I'd like to sort of illustrate the dynamics of where things come and go and how extreme these dynamics are musically am and of course accepted four was what I you know following that the Zeppelin three Web Jimmy and I spent all the time up in Snowdonia looking for the what Dan from the black keys or all these people say it's the it's the difficult third album but it's not it's a difficult every album so the Mumford struggle with the third one and a fourth one and and so we were very very fortunate in in Zapper encamp because there was a lot of amazing variety of stylistic influence in everybody's play so battling evermore as just as an instrumental piece was beautiful you know hand it was also the way the way it sounded it was it had some kind of essence of heralding of drawing people together of of a summoning and mindset if you like an insane so but the battle of evermore as a sort of almost a sort of and adventure in some dark place once upon a time where Ah The people are caught together the sort of some kind of fanfare so you have two parts of the story you have the facts of the the impending sort of travesty on the one hand and on the other hand you have this call to unity in a as a song I mean I suppose really it's a great moment but I'd started to write it so you had a section a that both and the it was very very insane idea obviously I could drop all the section eight locals in another pass and put dances all day compliments on the but it's first of all it didn't sound in one voice one pitch and and second of all it might be it'll be interesting to consider that that at least Jimmy and I were running side by side but the incredible string band with Royal Harper and with strobes with Thapa Convention who are really something else back then and they still law in a as members of the licensed pitiless association now they make really good job of could music and at times was with Trevor Lucas and fathering gay there was stuff going on it's a great attraction for and a draw for me towards music of rural kind with rural story valley.

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"It's a sensitive delicate deal dragging brand new songs out of the sky the ideas accepting some storing others in the maybe later bag moving on long hobby of planet Nineteen eighty-one I've enjoyed many amazing exciting musicians in the sharing in the writing in production and engineering men and women who encouraged and enlightened introducing you too crazy curves I could never have imagined this podcast I'm going to be picking out some songs ear and they have on the way mixing constant ships and sound and intention from across this long time there's a story and all of them I'm Robert Tante and this is digging deep hello and welcome to digging deep with Robert Plant episode nine my name is Matt Everett Thank you very much for listening so the track that rubber has chosen for this episode is a Beautiful Song from one of the most Amos rock albums of all time in fact it more than just a rock album that's partially because this album embraced elements of acoustic and folk music and it's lyrics traditional storytelling of which this song is a great example is also the only song by the band in question the guest vocalist alongside Robert.

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

03:14 min | 11 months ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"It's a sensitive delicate deal dragging brand new songs out of the sky trading being ideas accepting some storing others in the maybe later bag moving on and along hobby of planet during during the Zep years I never imagined full-scale album project without the other guys uneven less the idea of new writing partners but then since nineteen nineteen eighty-one. I've enjoyed many amazing exciting musicians in the sharing in the writing in production and engineering men and women who encouraged an enlightened introducing me you too crazy curves. I could never have imagined this podcast. I'm going to be picking out some songs from here ear and they're on the way mixing constant ships and sound and intention from across this long old time. There's a story and all of them. I'm Robert Tante and this is digging deep. Hello My name is Matt. Everett and I'm very pleased to welcome you to digging deep with with Robert Plant season two this is the podcast where in each episode Robert Himself Entities Back Catalogue to investigate evaluate and celebrate a Song Young of his choosing as you. If you've been listening to season one we spend the whole of robots career thus far touching down at different points from way back when to right here and right now. I'm have news of a very special music release from Robert Connected to that journey so keep listening info on that at the end of the show so let's get started if you're a new listener hello and if you're a friend already welcome back. This is digging deep this season two of indeed. I am my Everett and I'm back once again with Robert Plant Hello. I'm Robert Plant. I'm back in bits and MM pieces from yet another tour but this stuff to say you must've enjoyed the first season enough enough to WANNA do a second one. I haven't heard it yet. You did it. You don't have to hear it now exactly yeah what is funny. It's a strange thing because the idea of becoming familiar with songs from another time kind of end up voyeur in the end to your own condition come back to them so it is odd because when when you in the sort of conceiving songs working on songs and playing them in touring with them in the present tense these one thing put I'm intrigued by is some of the mood and atmosphere and flippant and Innuendo and stuff that is not always doesn't always stand the test of time but there's no reason why we can't enjoy the the errors is what has moments are quite okay by me. Okay so let's start with song from two thousand and five from Mightier Ranger.

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"Yes Oh from from there on thr- about eighteen months we traveled everywhere it'll kind of racing sand phenomenon and by the time I stuck around at the end and buddy and I agreed co-produces bandage or collection which is again another collection of covers. I mean raising sand. There's no original songs on them. An inbound joy one piece and I think would the speed at which people will work in Nashville when we were recorded. My my take on things is if we're GONNA do somebody else's song well. I think maybe it's a good idea if the musicians listen to the original version no such thing really nobody but he wanted to hear anything. They just wanted to know how it was going to be Sung. That's very cool yeah on if if it was in if the song was in key of e that would be the one cord and if so if you're going to a eight four cord and beats a five quarts in the studio that plane and guys just lifting a finger up forefingers or five and you know as playing along they're just move into cords through that you know it's that Nashville way of you know reading the session which I thought was fantastic 'cause they could do anything can happen. Just sorta quirk or a little figure especially. I should abandon joy when we were doing things like <hes> Satan. Your Kingdom must come down and <hes> using fretless Banjo and stuff like that was all sorts of little kind of cantu melodies coming out and stuff and nobody had heard the original song. They didn't need too because they would just play in Anna. I think that's my spectacular. It's really really a beautiful way of I mean you do it. Obviously when you're in a studio work in a piece in say the British singer Songwriter thing you Kinda know where you are but quite often doesn't live the same life as these guys make it live was there is there I mean a temptation to go back and trying to another record in the same way with the same personnel without us an oil. Do you think it stands on its beauty is being just that piece well in truth that night before the last Gig for so alison she said what are we going to do and I said what I don't know. I said I just happen to have about twenty. Five songs like those songs that I've been collecting but you take too long. I mean we got hit the so hard if we were added to do something that and likewise with the kind of the honey drip her element of old beautiful music I mean but not coming from the same zone different zone you know it's a different if you like absolutely a different complexion in every respect so yeah but I like so I like the idea of invention from absolutely nothing you walk in you make a cup of coffee sit and what are you thinking about. I hear a very very big snag drum. I had with decay that turns into laughter at the end of the decay of the reverb it becomes a laugh off. We've used that before actually an album way back I'm so yes. The temptation is great because it allows me to get the Rand McNally Matt bad again Minna and yeah the blue highway but <hes> Bruno's that was digging with Robert Plant episode five. We hope you're enjoying this into these shows as..

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"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

Digging Deep with Robert Plant

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"robert plant" Discussed on Digging Deep with Robert Plant

"Episode four of digging deep with Robert Plant. I am at Everett and this is the podcast where Robert Plant takes exa personal journey and looks back at his remarkable musical back catalogue picking out one song to study each week tracing the lines of inspiration and collaboration that resulted in some amazing music this week. We're going back to a song for Roberts. It's first ever solo album pitches at eleven from one thousand nine hundred eighty two as well as looking at where the song came from we also studied this idea of what it's like stepping out on your own after years of being with one legendary group for so long. Have you enjoyed <music>. uh-huh <music> this is a.

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Audible UK announces audio drama production grant

podnews

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Audible UK announces audio drama production grant

"UK as an announced an audio drama production grants for audio drama, produces winners will be awarded a five thousand pound grants, and we'll get free access to audibles state of the art studios in the Barbican in London to develop one of their own productions. It's open to both established teams and emerging newcomers and the entry form which you'll find in our episode notes, and our newsletter includes script excerpts expect to see podcasts consumption data for a new country, soon Edison research is infinite dial will becoming to South Africa with TRITON digital and NABC, South Africa. The company has announced sharing clips of podcasts to social media has got easier and prettier easier because Acosta has. Integrated headliner directly inside its creator dashboard. Headliners previously partnered with pine carts and Omni studio and prettier, because audio Graham has launched a set of templates to make the posts fit podcast. Branding better podcast movement has announced that scholarship. Applications are now open for brand new or yet to launch podcasters who've never been to podcast movement before the event. Organizers have also announced twenty nine new speakers, including many pot news readers, and we'll be there to podcast. Hosts speaker has launched a new tool. One click distribution making it easier to get a podcast on apple podcasts. Spotify I heart radio, Google podcasts and cast box. Dan, Meisner from Pacific content. Digs deep into podcast color. Schemes Manchester-based podcast dot co have opened their second podcast studio, this one's in downtown Manhattan in New York, the total US aid revenue for podcasting is projected to be about six hundred million dollars. This year, but only fifteen percent of podcasts. Monetize their content says, Anna, retire from Volk. She says that if half of the remaining podcasts, monetize it at the current rates that would mean an additional one point seven billion dollars of ad revenue that could be generated by podcasts case you're wondering who's Vouk's? They are unsurprisingly a tech enabled platform to help monetize the long tail of the podcasting industry microphone company. Heil sound has announced new distributors for South Korea Italy Greece, and Dubai, and our podcast pages now include links to I heart radio. Just search for your podcast. And if you are listed in iheart radio will now link straight to it in podcasts today, we highlight somebody somewhere and investigative journalism podcast looking at a double homicide in a homeless encampment in Seattle. It's the first podcast from Warner media podcast network that isn't associated with an existing TV video or digital brand new season of. By association started today. That's all about soccer or football. Robert plant has announced a podcast called digging deep with Robert plant's. What he did there. It's a series of personal reminiscences, and debuts on June. The third and rock guitarist, David Gilmour has also announced podcast called the David Gilmour podcast. According to the announcement, each episode will focus on specific guitars, played by Gilmore on some of the most well known Pink Floyd songs ever written each podcast would also be slightly too long contained. Relax rock guitar playing while Clare Torry, ad-lib, za word was June over the top of it. And if you listen while watching the wizard of Oz man, it's like amazing.

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Woodstock, Miley Cyrus Santana And Michael Laying discussed on WBBM Evening News

WBBM Evening News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Woodstock, Miley Cyrus Santana And Michael Laying discussed on WBBM Evening News

"Jay, z dead and company and the killers will headline one of the fiftieth anniversary shows commemorating the groundbreaking Woodstock festival this summer. Woodstock co founder Michael laying announced Tuesday that Miley Cyrus Santana. Imagine dragons, Robert plant, the black keys and chance the rapper will also perform at Woodstock fifty which will take place in upstate New York

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Rami Malek's response to question about Freddie Mercury being a gay icon doesn't go so well

Mason & Ireland

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Rami Malek's response to question about Freddie Mercury being a gay icon doesn't go so well

"Ones. Dan Reynolds, who's the front man for imagine dragons, okay, and Marcus Mumford who's the front man for Mumford and sons stays are those are pry guys on my list. I had Bono on my list axl rose in his prime with guns and roses roses. Unbelievable. George Clinton with phone. Fuck Adele, parliament, he's like a ringmaster basically when he's states because there's just like fifteen musicians Robert plant, Mick Jagger, cr- the late. Chris Cornell Soundgarden was phenomenon Anthony Keita's, Anthony Keita's great Chuck d with public enemy sort of a different type of group, but he's like Brandon flowers from the killers. Okay. Yeah. I mean, those are those are all great frontman WADA, really good frontman. So the movies bad. It's about twenty two percent or song. I know does he sing? I what I'm not sure about this Romney Malik actually side that we I would hope that he doesn't only because if you try to sing and get yourself compared against Freddie Mercury. You're gonna lose. Yeah. No question. That's just set yourself. That's

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