PLANT,ROBERT - NOW & ZEN[EXPANDED & REMASTERED]
Format: Compact Disc/EP/Single
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With his fourth solo release, 1988's NOW & ZEN, Robert Plant finally began to let the influence of his former band Led Zeppelin seep into his current songwriting. While his first three solo albums had a more modern production and were keyboard or synth-based, NOW & ZEN signaled Plant's return to a more direct sound.
It's dominated by guitar (comparable at times to U2)--no doubt due to the fact that a whole new line-up is backing him. Highlights include the uptempo hit "Tall Cool One" (which features a cameo by his old buddy Jimmy Page, as well as several samples from past Zep classics), the majestic rock of "Heaven Knows", and the grand ballad "Ship of Fools".
|2)||Dance On My Own|
|3)||Tall Cool One|
|4)||Way I Feel|
|5)||Helen Of Troy|
|7)||Ship Of Fools|
|9)||White Clean And Neat|
|10)||Walking Towards Paradise|
|11)||Billy's Revenge (live/previously unreleased/bonus track)|
|12)||Ship Of Fools (live/previously unreleased/bonus track)|
|13)||Tall Cool One (live/previously unreleased/bonus track)