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I love touring — especially now that we have Juldeh Camara, our West African guy in the band. It’s all confusing when he keeps calling me “uncle.” A term of endearment, apparently.
You’ve said the song “Turn It Up” was inspired by taking long drives through the American South. As a kid in England, I was really drawn to the music of Mississippi.
What is it that you’re doing right, and why have the other guys lost it? The company I keep is very empowered, humorous, creative, and energetic, and there’s an enjoyment in stretching the parameters of what we do.
Yet for all of Plant's personable nature and easy going manner – you can easily imagine yourself watching the football results on a Saturday afternoon over a pint with him – the veteran singer is deadly serious when it comes to his craft.’ It was a lovely moment and we were chortling away like two Laughing Policemen.The tears were rolling down our fat old cheeks.”Plant and I have met at the Hyatt Regency in Birmingham, where the valets know him simply as “Planty”.Partly inspired by his break up with singer Patti Griffin and his increasing isolation in Texas, the album is a superb melting pot of influences that takes in West Coast psychedelia, North African music, loops, electronics, folk and country without it ever sounding like a cut and paste Frankenstein monster.This is music that celebrates all manner of possibilities and directions as well being the sound of an artist happy within in his own skin as he faces up to ageing and mortality, love and loss and all points in between on the emotional compass. The Ceaseless Roar is a sequel to Mighty Re-Arranger or do you see it as a continuation of the work started with Led Zeppelin III? Possibly the whole creative whirlwind of any musician's life is based on garnering and developing and absorbing more and more experience.
“I think the more I sing, the better my voice gets,” says Plant, who recorded with his new band, the Sensational Space Shifters, after road-testing the material — Zeppelin-esque rock, occasionally drawing on Celtic and African influences — for the past couple years.