This musical documentary uses the career of Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant as a jumping-off point to chart the evolution of British blues during the second half of the 20th century.

Plant’s journey through the territories that have most accurately informed and inspired his music is perhaps one of the most multi-faceted of any artist from his generation. In a remarkable career that has spanned five decades, Robert Plant has traveled from hard rock to balladeering country troubadour, a process of reinventions guided by an ever-expanding musical palette and tireless searches through global song. His fantastic voyage as essayed the plantations of Mississippi, the deserts and townships of Africa and the settlements of the Appalachians.

This film follows Robert Plant’s incredible and on-going tour of musical styles and acts as travelogue in it’s unique approach to documenting and reviewing a career that has been built on endless fascination, consistent experimentation and a unique talent that makes the incorporation of his discoveries into a popular contemporary form seem almost effortless.

Robert Plant’s Blue Note features rare footage, performance archive, recorded interviews, contributions from his closet collaborators, expert critique from the finest music writers, plus location film, news reports seldom seen, photographs and a host of other features.

If you are a fan of Robert Plant and would like to hear more about him then this DVD is for you. You can order Robert Plant’s Blue Note from Amazon by clicking the Amazon link above.

Jan Barrett

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