ROBERT PLANT Releases Third Episode Of 'Digging Deep' Podcast

ROBERT PLANT Releases Third Episode Of 'Digging Deep' Podcast

Robert Plant has released the latest episode of his new podcast.

"Digging Deep: The Robert Plant Podcast" is available on iTunes, Spotify, Acast, YouTube or wherever you get your podcasts.

In the third episode, the LED ZEPPELIN frontman discusses "Achilles Last Stand", the opening track of LED ZEPPELIN's 1976 album "Presence".

Plant has spent the last two decades exploring different sounds, from the Americana-tinged "Raising Sand", a Grammy-winning collaboration with Alison Krauss in 2007, to 2017's world music-influenced "Carry Fire".

In concert, Plant and the SENSATIONAL SPACE SHIFTERS often perform a cosmic, bluesy rendition of LED ZEPPELIN's "Black Dog", and also run through ZEPPELIN's "The Lemon Song", "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" and a rendition of "Whole Lotta Love" that integrates the Willie Dixon-penned blues classic "I Just Want To Make Love To You".

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