May 28, 2023


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Robert Plant und Alison Kraus stehen in schwarzen Outfits nebeneinander und schauen auf den Boden.

Listen to Qobuz: Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

Fourteen years after their debut album, “Raising Sand,” they have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Robert’s Factory Grammy Award Winner Alison Cross They reunited for a second album together. The result was the record “Raise the Roof”.

Also in renewed cooperation with the producer T-Bone Burnett Robert and Alison recorded new versions of various songs originally performed by legends such as Merle Haggard, Allen Toussaint, The Everly Brothers, and Bert Jansch. However, “Raise the Roof” also contains an original Plant Burnett: “high and comfortable.” A remake of Lucinda Williams’ classic “Can’t let go”, to which Lucinda herself contributed vocals, can also be found on the new LP.

The choice of songs in “Raise the Roof” chosen by Plant and Cross was not accidental. The pieces represent a deliberately chosen variety of styles and traditions and are also the result of the many conversations between the musicians. “I’ve heard Lucinda Williams sing ‘I Can’t Leave It’ for ages, and she sent the song to Robert at least ten years ago, according to Allison Krause. I still remember driving and listening to it and thinking it would be so much fun doing it together.”

A full album review can be found here.

The full album “Raise The Roof” is out now Available in the best possible sound quality on Qobuz – To stream or download. The French platform did a pioneering job in terms of digital quality: it was the first streaming service to make its entire catalog available in high quality. This is not only in the interest of subscribers, but also and above all in the interest of artists. In total, there are currently more than 70 million titles to discover on Qobuz.

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