Robert Plant, Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara
Stephen Dalton, National, The, April 2009
A LIGHT BREEZE of mellifluous music wafts from behind the half-open door of a long, low, bunker-like building nestled deep in the English countryside. Inside this unassuming rehearsal space at Peter Gabriel’s Real World recording studio, the legendary rocker Robert Plant is laying down bluesy vocals over a hypnotic, circular and gently insistent groove.
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