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Robert Plant & Band Of Joy - BBC Electric Proms 2010 (2014)
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Robert Plant & Band Of Joy - BBC Electric Proms 2010 (2014)

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Of all the rock legends who remain in our orbit, it is perhaps Robert Plant who most
elegantly refutes the notion that they should be retired, like
footballers, at the age of forty. Letting go of his own beautiful youth,
his myth, he has chosen instead the road of ongoing musical
exploration: into bluegrass with Alison Krauss and now, with the Band of
Joy, into the more mysterious recesses of folk and gospel.

And his integrity was rewarded at this rapturous Electric Prom. The Band
of Joy has developed even since its first London gig in September, as
might be expected with such free-spirited musicians: country singer
Patty Griffin, the Nashville-based guitarists Darrell Scott – who also
segues between banjo, lap steel and pedal – and Buddy Miller, to whom
Plant defers as the band’s “leader”. Layers of intricate sound come
together in a thunderous density, through which Plant’s sweet whine
curls like a thread. Simple delight informs the whole enterprise: this
is a Band of Joy indeed (the name derives from a pre-Zeppelin outfit
containing Plant and John Bonham, with Noddy Holder as occasional

Much of the material came from the band’s new album. There was a
gorgeous Angel Dance, while Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down touched
the very heart of the old Appalachian spiritual. Nevertheless, and
Plant’s reaction to this is tinged with faintly sadistic amusement, it
is the Zeppelin covers that generate mass ecstasy: a taut, syncopated
Misty Mountain Hop, a languorous Tangerine, a pared-back and delectable
Rock and Roll.

Of course, as anyone will know who is familiar with the sound of Led
Zeppelin – as opposed to their strutting, priapic image – much of their
own music was rooted in folk. So there is a sense in which the Band of
Joy is a progression, not a reinvention. It seemed the most natural
thing in the world, for instance, when the band’s four principals
harmonised on Gallows Pole, a traditional song previously covered on Led
Zeppelin III.

Yet it must be strange, when you are doing such majestic work, to know
that what would send everyone into transports would be the sudden
appearance of Jimmy Page. Not that it wouldn’t be heaven to see him.
It’s just that the Band of Joy is about something else; it is certainly
Robert Plant’s most eloquent reply to the question of why he will not
reform Led Zeppelin.

By Laura Thompson, telegraph

Introduction by Jo Whiley
Angel Dance
House Of Cards
Please Read The Letter
Gallows Pole
Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
Houses Of The Holy
You Can't Buy Me Love
Harm's Swift Way
Rock & Roll
Twelve Gates To The City
I Bid You Goodnight

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