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4.1 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

SGJR1960 ,

Agree To Disagree

I'm not sure I agree with the iTunes reviewer's "high-fallutin'" assessment of the entire boxed set. All I know is that there were certain single tracks that captivated me when these albums were released, and that I did own at least three of them: "Pictures At Eleven", "Now And Zen" and "The Principle Of Moments." All three featured cool and elaborate videos for the singles that drove the sales and received heavy rotation on MTV: "Burning Down One Side," "Big Log", "Heaven Knows" (Robert's journey into territory not unfamiliar to Roxy Music fans) and "Far Post", which also received a big boost by being included on the WHITE NIGHTS soundtrack.

Not sure that I WOULD invest in this pricey boxed set, but like the man said, "I know what I like", and I will be buying the aforementioned tracks, plus others like the lilting "Moonlight In Samosa." It's a nice revisit for those of us who followed Plant into his solo phase in the '80's and '90's, and hopefully it will also serve as a pleasant revelation for anyone who never got to know (or made the attempt) Plant beyond the mythic and often constraining yoke of the Led Zeppelin lexicon.

Ryudevil ,

Much better

I find robert solo carer more instrestin than when he was in led zeppelin..he is great musician:)

oilers88cup ,

Plantations

I love Robert and almost everything he has done.Solo he has been a great joy to see in concert and with Jimmy on THE P&P tours.Walking into Clarksdale was really good and I think it could have been a springboard,like In through the outdoor could have been for ZEP.Please Robert no more bluegrass!This collection is really good and the live Ship of Fools is awesome!Tour solo or reform Zep PLEASE!No more Alison a.k.a. Yoko in my book!

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