19 April 2009

Manic Monday - Plant




Rock and Roll Grew Up
and
Moved to the Country







Robert Plant
Voted Best Rock and Roll
Lead Singer with Led Zeppelin









Robert Plant 2007
with Alison Krauss
The Making of Raising Sand
Winner of the Grammy Award for Album of the Year

Plant, was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the Queen's New Year's Honors list for his services to music and the entertainment industry.

10 comments:

Thom said...

What a great Plant. I really enjoyed that :)

Marilyn said...

There's a take I didn't expect. I love his hair.

carol g said...

Nice turn on the PLANT word. You are just too dang creative. Great post. :o)

anthonynorth said...

I'm in paradise!!!!
You've just got to have a whole lotta love for him as we hear him ramble on, all dazed and confused, without a communication breakdown, whether going to California or not, as we head for the stairway to heaven.

Ivanhoe said...

That was sure an unexpected twist on Plant :o)

keyboard.jockey said...

I think I filled out the Manic Monday right I am new.

This is what I am listening to.

http://youhavetobethistalltogoonthisride.blogspot.com/2009/04/monday-morning-music-interlude-what-i.html

Flower by Moby but I added in my comments I would change some of the lyrics.

keyboard.jockey said...

Maybe I am playing Manic Monday wrong. I looked at the code words does Flower By Moby fit?

My Autism Insights said...

Wow, he's aged pretty well! Happy Monday!

Travis said...

This is a quick funny story...my mom loved Mr Plant's cover of Sea of Love. When I explained that this was the same vocalist from Led Zeppelin that she had told me to turn down so often, she wouldn't believe it.

Of course I proved it to her. She remains a fan of his later work sans Page & Co.

LOL!

This Eclectic Life said...

Oh, you make me wish I had a record player! Albums packed away gathering dust under my stairs are now calling me.