Tag: Led Zeppelin

Robert Plant Shifts Space And Time At Royal Albert Hall

Like every well-worn rock ‘n roll story, Robert Plant’s has definite touchstones. He possesses one of the genre’s finest voices. He’s the original golden god who, with Led Zeppelin, defined what it is to be a rock star. He’s not one for nostalgia, turning his back on lucrative reunions to focus on creating music that pays no heed to genre. He loves Morocco, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and having a pint in his North London local . But he could also be considered something of an anthropologist or musicologist. Clearly fueled by an innate curiosity, Plant is well versed in the...

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All Quiet Now: Andy Johns

Andy Johns has died at the age of 61. The producer and engineer was hospitalised last week, collaborator Stacy Blades told Billboard, partly due to liver problems, though no cause of death has yet been announced. The younger brother of producer Glyn Johns, Andy Johns was born in 1952. He began studio work as tape operator on The Rolling Stones’ Their Satanic Majesties Request in 1967, before going on to engineer legendary albums such as Led Zeppelin’s II, III and IV and The Rolling Stones’ Exile On Main Street. Other records he engineered include Free’s Highway, Blind Faith’s self-titled,...

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