10 great Robert Plant clips

We spoke exclusively to Robert Plant for our in-depth cover story in the new issue of Uncut.

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We spoke exclusively to Robert Plant for our in-depth cover story in the new issue of Uncut.

To compliment the interview, we thought we’d compile a list of 10 great clips from through Plant’s formidable career.

So for your delectation, here’s some cuts – some live, some promotional videos – spanning 40+ years in the musical life and times of one of our most esteemed musical adventurers.

Our clips run from Led Zeppelin at their peak through to the earliest days of his solo career, his marvellous detours into Americana and then bring things right up to date with footage from his tremendous performance with the Sensational Space Shifters at this year’s Glastonbury…


Enjoy!

“Whole Lotta Love”
From the album Led Zeppelin II (1969)




“Big Log”
The Principle Of Moments (1983)




“Sea Of Love”
The Honeydrippers, Vol. 1 (1984)

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“Tall Cool One”
Now And Zen (1988)




“City Don’t Cry”
No Quarter (1994)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zHGPaQYAVc


“Song To The Siren”
Dreamland (2002)




“Please Read The Letter”
Raising Sand (2007)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxmTIONiqPQ


“Angel Dance”
Band Of Joy (2010)




“Black Dog”
Celebration Day (2012)

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“Rainbow”
lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar (2014)




Photo credit: Ed Miles


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