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We had a kind of collective that inherently worked, as I have now with my buddies.” Plant is very wary of being drawn into a war of words with Page.“He should get on and do something, he’s a superb talent. And yet, you can take off all your trappings of 30 years of playing and step into this other world.His absolute pleasure in the music that he is making, and the people he is making it with, is apparent. The brotherhood is magnificent.” At 65, Plant seems as engaged by music as ever. “I can get a discount for my season ticket at the Molineux (home to his beloved Wolverhampton Wanderers), and they send it without so much as a 'how do you do’.So I’ve got a lot to think about as to where I’ve come from, and where I’m going.” He has certainly kept busy.
I write these songs, and I live and die in the middle of them, but I can’t really tell you the truth about me, cause I don’t know what it is.
So I grew, I got some of my chops.” His solo music of the past 15 years, has set him on a different path, however, and it is hard to envisage him going back now.
He says that eclectic, inventive, world-music-influenced guitarist Justin Adams “saved my life, musically.
“Is there anything new under the sun, or are all things just borne from the previous million ideas?
What we’ve done is consolidate our strengths, they’ve gone into the cauldron, spun around and come out with absolute ease.