Robert Anthony Plant, CBE (born 20 August 1948), is an English rock singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist and lyricist of the rock band Led Zeppelin. He has also had a successful solo career.
"If I Were A Carpenter" - is a 4-track CD single, also including "Ship Of Fools", "I Believe" & "Tall Cool One" recorded live at the Montreaux Jazz Festival.
"Fate Of Nations" - Original 1993 Japanese 12-track CD album including the single "If I Were a Carpenter" plus the song "Colours Of A Shade".
Robert Plant, perhaps the greatest and one of the most recognizable voices in rock and roll delivers MIGHTY REARRANGER, an extraordinary accomplishment from one of the most inventive, consistently daring and talented figures in contemporary music. On the album, Plant is joined by his band The Strange Sensation who worked with him on 2002’s Grammy nominated DREAMLAND and have been vital in the development of Plant’s musical growth. The record is an inspired collection of new songs that are raw and bristling with energy but also rich in texture and detail.
For his debut solo album, Robert Plant doesn't exactly succumb to everyone's expectations. With a less-potent vocal style, Plant manages to carry out most of the songs in smooth, stylish fashion while rocking out rather convincingly on a couple of others…
"Sixty Six To Timbuktu" is a double disc set of 35 songs spanning the career of this seminal artist from 1966 to present. It features previously unreleased tracks, limited release tracks, and classics from Robert Plant as well as The Honeydrippers.