★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: ROBERT PLANT

★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: ROBERT PLANT     [easyrotator]erc_74_1362610348[/easyrotator]   In 1966 Robert Plant left home, left college, left work and turned professional singer. In 1967 he formed the Band of Joy with John Bonham and created two working partnerships. Stairway to Heaven In early 68, Plant’s psychedelic dream ran out of steam. He was recommended to Jimmy Page for a revised Yardbirds lineup. Plant recommended Bonham and with John Paul Jones, the 4 created and created; not a reworked Yardbirds but a new sound that rocked the world. Led Zeppelin became the biggest thing in the sky and the biggest thing to crash across the world arenas taking with them millions of listeners who wore out every one of their albums. Andrea recollects: “When Zeppelin came to town, to Madison Square Garden, 73 and 74, I was there, inhaling every bit of the atmosphere around me, onstage, and with my companions. Several of them spoke no English yet new exactly what they were hearing from the stage....
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