Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

Raise The Roof

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Limited 2LP : Yellow Vinyl

2LP : Standard Black Vinyl

Deluxe CD : Includes 2 Bonus Tracks

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Reunited after some fourteen years, following the historic success of their first collaboration Raising Sand (2007), which reached #2 on the UK album chart, generated multi-platinum sales, and earned six Grammy Awards including Album and Record of the Year.

Like its predecessor, Raise The Roof was produced by T Bone Burnett, who worked with Plant and Krauss to expand their collaboration in thrilling new directions, accompanied by drummer Jay Bellerose, guitarists Marc Ribot, David Hidalgo, Bill Frisell, and Buddy Miller, bassists Dennis Crouch and Viktor Krauss, along with pedal steel guitarist Russ Pahl among others. 

The album features twelve new recordings of songs by legends and unsung heroes including Merle Haggard, Allen Toussaint, The Everly Brothers, Anne Briggs, Geeshie Wiley, Bert Jansch and more. Other highlights include a Plant-Burnett original, “High and Lonesome,” and the Lucinda Williams classic “Can’t Let Go”. 


1. Quattro (World Drifts In)
2. The Price Of Love
3. Go Your Way
4. Trouble With My Lover
5. Searching For My Love
6. Can’t Let Go
7. It Don’t Bother Me
8. You Led Me To The Wrong
9. Last Kind Words Blues
10. High and Lonesome
11. Going Where The Lonely Go
12. Somebody Was Watching Over Me 
13. My Heart Would Know *** Deluxe CD Only
14. You Can’t Rule Me *** Deluxe CD Only

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Richard P.
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Worth the wait

It’s been 14 years since Raising Sand was released and while Plant moved on to work with Patty Griffin for a couple of years, the original partnership is back. I love Alison Krauss’s voice and fiddle playing and I could have done with more of both on this release. That said it’s a very good record, even if its highs don’t reach the levels of its predecessor.