Biography

Robert Plant – legendary British musician, who became famous due to his creativity in iconic rock band Led Zeppelin. Indeed, for many classical rock lovers Robert’s voice is associated, first of all, with the famous quartet and their songs, including the greatest rock ballad Stairway To Heaven, blues Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, rock'n'roll composition Rock And Roll and many others. After Led Zeppelin’s break-up in 1980 Plant started the solo career that proved to be very successful and fruitful.

Plant’s debut solo album titled Pictures At Eleven was released in 1982 and it was critically acclaimed. Its Platinum Status is a great proof of listeners’ interest in Roberts’ creativity. The musician’s following work The Principle Of Moments appeared in 1983. It turned out to be as original as its predecessor, and the composition Other Arms peaked at the very top of Billboard's rock songs chart. The third long play Shaken 'n' Stirred (1985) pleased rock lovers with strong songs: Little By Little, presented among them, managed to get on the top of Billboard’s rock chart. The musicians’ discography was enlarged by excellent album Now And Zen (1988), presenting such hits as Heaven Knows and Tall Cool One. Robert’s fifth studio work was not an exception - Manic Nirvana (1990) turned out to be extremely strong, and one of its compositions, Hurting Kind, peaked at number one of rock chart. The official release of Fate Of Nations took place in 1993, and after that Plant’s fans had to wait for nine years for the rocker’s next album.

Robert issued the long-awaited long play Dreamland in 2002. That record included interesting interpretations of the world-known famous songs: One More Cup Of Coffee by Bob Dylan, Billy Roberts’ Hey Joe and others. Also in 2002 Dreamland was nominated for two Grammy Awards in a row in categories The Best Rock Album and The Best Male Rock Performance, which proved the highest level of that record. Studio work titled Mighty ReArranger (2005) pleased both critics and listeners by the signature sound. Two years later, in 2007 Robert Plant recorded wonderful album Raising Sand in collaboration with Alison Krauss. Raising Sand turned out to be so good that it won Grammy Award in nomination Album Of The Year.

New, the ninth studio attempt titled Band Of Joy saw the light in 2010. It goes without saying that it had been created on the highest level and that record will be interesting not only for rockers, but for all the good music and sincere lyrics lovers.

Studio Albums

Robert Plant, Lullaby and... the Ceaseless Roar mp3Lullaby and... the Ceaseless Roar
2014
  • Country Rock
  • Folk Rock
Robert Plant, Band of Joy mp3Band of Joy
Robert Plant's music has many incarnations and is forever young just like Robert himself is. Crossing the sixty-year barrier, the singer released another album, Band Of Joy, a beautiful collection of old songs by various authors
2010
  • Alt-Country
  • Americana
  • Folk Rock
Robert Plant, Pictures At Eleven (Remastered) mp3Pictures At Eleven (Remastered)
2007
  • Hard Rock
  • Blues Rock
Robert Plant, Dreamland mp3Dreamland
2002
  • Blues Rock
  • Rock
Robert Plant, Fate of Nations mp3Fate of Nations
1993
  • Hard Rock
  • Rock
Robert Plant, Manic Nirvana mp3Manic Nirvana
1990
  • Hard Rock
  • Rock
Robert Plant, Now and Zen mp3Now and Zen
1988
  • Hard Rock
  • Pop/Rock
  • Rock
Robert Plant, Shaken 'n' Stirred mp3Shaken 'n' Stirred
1985
  • Hard Rock
  • Pop/Rock
  • Rock
Robert Plant, The Principle of Moments mp3The Principle of Moments
1983
  • Hard Rock
  • Pop/Rock
  • Rock
Robert Plant, Pictures at Eleven mp3Pictures at Eleven
1982
  • Blues Rock
  • Hard Rock
  • Rock

Compilation albums

Robert Plant, Sixty Six to Timbuktu mp3Sixty Six to Timbuktu
2003
  • Blues Rock
  • Folk Rock
  • Hard Rock
  • Rock
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