(2011) Robert Plant's Jukebox

Various Artists

... read moreRobert Plant's Jukebox is a 26-track compilation of songs from artists who inspired the ex-Led Zeppelin legend’s long and storied career. Like a lot of classic rock-minded Brits, Plant was initially drawn to American blues and R&B, and this collection spends a lot of time on the genres, offering up...

01:19′:37″ 26 Songs

1
Baby Lets Play House
Various Artists
2:19
2
Who Do You Love
Various Artists
2:30
3
Don't Start Me Talkin'
Various Artists
2:36
4
Blackwaterside
Various Artists
4:45
5
How Many More Years
Various Artists
2:45
6
The Ballad Of You & Me & Pooneil
Various Artists
4:21
7
Performance
Various Artists
4:13
8
I'll Go Crazy
Various Artists
2:07
9
Lessa Faker
Various Artists
4:26
10
Lively Up Yourself (Live)
Various Artists
2:51
11
I Got A Woman
Various Artists
2:56
12
Sea Of Love
Various Artists
2:23
13
Good Rockin' Tonight
Various Artists
2:42
14
Gallis Pole
Various Artists
3:02
15
Omaha
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2:38
16
Nobody's Fault But Mine
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3:11
17
Ahenn Elek (I Miss You)
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2:59
18
Song To The Siren
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3:13
19
Hey Joe
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3:31
20
Fixin' To Die
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2:50
21
Crawling King Snake
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2:44
22
Stick With Me
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1:55
23
Rich Woman
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2:36
24
Cindy
Various Artists
3:53
25
Falling In Love Again
Various Artists
3:01
26
Twelve Gates To The City
Various Artists
3:10
Released 26 September 2011, ℗ Chrome Dreams

Review

Robert Plant's Jukebox is a 26-track compilation of songs from artists who inspired the ex-Led Zeppelin legend’s long and storied career. Like a lot of classic rock-minded Brits, Plant was initially drawn to American blues and R&B, and this collection spends a lot of time on the genres, offering up cuts from James Brown, Leadbelly, Blind Willie Johnson, Howlin’ Wolf, and Bo Diddley, to name just a few, but his love for North African and Indian rhythms, as well as West Coast psychedelic rock like Moby Grape and Jefferson Airplane, is lent quite a bit of weight as well, resulting in a solid enough mishmash of rock, pop, worldbeat, and deep Southern soul wrapped up in the hazy glow of the Summer of Love. ~ James Christopher Monger