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Mighty Rearranger (Remastered)

Robert Plant & The Strange Sensation

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Robert Plant sounds truly engaged on this 2005 release, which takes the core of the band that played on 2002’s Dreamland and renames them The Strange Sensation. Guitarists Justin Adams and Skin Tyson work with keyboardist John Baggot and the phenomenal rhythm section of bassist Billy Fuller and drummer Clive Deamer to create that vaguely Middle Eastern sound that’s long been among Led Zeppelin’s finest contributions to rock music. Plant takes the tension of Zep’s “Kashmir” and applies the strings and Moroccan bendir drums to the material with a passionate hand. “Freedom Fries” turns up the angst for a true sense of how Plant can co-mingle his folk music interests with the harder rock of his youth. Baggot’s keys guide the smoldering frustration of “Tin Pan Valley” until Deamer’s drums offer moments of release. “All the King’s Horses” offers a look at Plant’s English folk side. Throughout, the Zeppelin lineage is toyed with, played against, devilishly recalled, and essentially recast in Plant’s modern image. Plant accepts elements of the myth and sounds like a man enjoying the mastery of his talents. 

Customer Reviews

Plant continues to grow...

No pun intended. This is the man who was the VOICE of a decade while being an artist with a deeply personal vision. Robert Plant always found ways of constructing his own worlds with musical idioms that he learned from and respected (the blues, rock and roll) yet fashioned in new ways to reflect his image. This is an album of great beauty where his voice weaves intriguing swirls around a "world music" base. This is born from Kashmir but isn't rooted in '75 but in the 21st century. An enriching experience.

Gorgeous, ghostly. Fascinating, fantastic.

Set aside some time, climb into the headphones and let this one take you places. His voice quavers, whispers, and occasionally howls, but it has never seemed more intimate, more personal. And the fellas he's working with seem to GET IT -- nothing hackneyed here, just world-wide ranging, multi-layered soundscapes. Marvelous stuff.

Shine it All Around!!!!!

As everyone else seems to be noticing, "Shine it all Around"[girls remix] is wonderful, sensual and hypnotic! The great bass line really pulls you into the song then Plant takes over with a voice that is a mesmerizing as it was back in 1969! Hard not to turn the volume as loud as you can when you hear this song and just let yourself go!

Mighty Rearranger (Remastered), Robert Plant & The Strange Sensation
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Arena Rock, Hard Rock
  • Released: Mar 20, 2007

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