I think that passion and love and pain are all bearable, and they go to make love beautiful.— Robert Plant
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Music means communication to me. I say 'listen you people out there, listen to my music, let's be one.' Music is a friend to me when I am lonely, when I am blue. You can't define music 'cause music is cosmos and it knows no barrier or definition. You have to feel music to dig it.
I like the idea of being alone. I like the idea of often being alone in all aspects of my life. I like to feel lonely. I like to need things.
Music is for every single person that walks the planet.
You can't give up something you really believe in for financial reasons.
If you die by the roadside - so be it. But at least you know you've tried. Ten minutes in the music scene was the equal of one hundred years outside of it.
(`Stairway to Heaven' is) a nice pleasant, well-meaning naive little song, very English. It's not the definitive Led Zeppelin song. `Kashmir' is.
There's still time to change the road you're on...
It's sort of a feeling of power onstage.
It's really the ability to make people smile, or just to turn them one way or another for that duration of time, and for it to have some effect later on. I don't really think it's power... it's the goodness.
I absolutely adore and idolise women.
All women. I think they are all amazing. The female musicians I've met have been far more inspiring than the male ones. Women tend to be much more creative and ambitious. I think I may have been a woman in a past life.
You know, people can't fall in love with me just because I'm good at what I do.
My vocal style I haven't tried to copy from anyone.
It just developed until it became the girlish whine it is today.
Dolly Parton's done 'Stairway to Heaven.' Anything's possible.
My mother was a gypsy, and she had a lot of dark blood in her, and her hair was very, very thick - she couldn't even get a brush through it. So I have been very fortunate. And every time I go to cut it off, hairdressers refuse to do it.
I don't know how much more expressive you can get than being a rock and roll singer.
It's OK to quote from your past. But I'm more interested in quoting from my present and pointing towards the future.
I think we're in a disposable world and 'Stairway to Heaven' is one of the things that hasn't quite been thrown away yet.
Each album has a different atmosphere.
The third album and Houses of the Holy seem to be the two albums that people didn't get off on quite as strongly as the other ones. But I think they contain the basic ingredients for the further pursuance of what we're doing... the turning point to relieve the tedium of repetition.
I'm not saving lives. I'm singing and I should go placidly and joyously through the whole thing and work hard and not take it for granted. It's great to have this gift.
The past is a stepping stone, not a millstone.
You know sometimes words have two meanings.
Finding another way to do what I know I can do pretty well.
A way that stimulates me. I'm always on some sort of learning curve. If I can continually be surprised then I'm alert.
It's a shame to see these young chicks bungle their lives away in a flurry and rush to compete with what was in the old days the goodtime relationships we had with the GTOs and people like that. When it came to looning, they could give us as much of a looning as we could give them. It's a shame, really.
How can you consider flower power outdated? The essence of my lyrics is the desire for peace and harmony. That's all anyone has ever wanted. How could it become outdated?
I can't moan about any of it. I had a great time in the goldfish bowl.
Since I was a kid, I've had an absolute obsession with particular kinds of American music. Mississippi Delta blues of the Thirties, Chicago blues of the Fifties, West Coast music of the mid-Sixties - but I'd never really touched on dark Americana.
There are always generic terms like 'Americana', but there are no boundaries as to where it can go.
There's a similarity between European and North African folk musics.
I realized what Led Zeppelin was about around the end of our first U.
S. tour. We started off not even on the bill in Denver, and by the time we got to New York we were second to Iron Butterfly, and they didn't want to go on!
People have got to let their bodies breathe a little bit more.
That's the great thing about being a pompous, jumped-up rock god. There's plenty of air around you.
I listen to the crowds [laughs]... I like Blind Melon very much.
It's crucial that I kind of keep up, without drifting into the backslapping land of cliche and lifetime achievement awards.
Little drops of rain Whisper of the pain Tears of love Lost in the days gone by.
You can't even imagine how it felt to have a cassette that you could take with you with a microphone so you could put down an idea and not have to hum it a million times to remember what it was.
Ten minutes in the music scene is the equal of one hundred years outside of it.
Each album comes from definitely a different period in the evolution of each of us individually as creators and the role that we take in life. The external stimuli changed... so the songs are full of lots of different meanings.
Soon, I'm going to need help crossing the street.
Lately, I'm spending more and more time working with non-rock musicians and leaving the mainstream - almost dissolving into another world, musically.
Everybody's got something to tell you.
And most people have told me to do the obvious thing as far as my career goes. Which would have sent me tottering into the abyss.
There's nothing new under the sun - you just get a can of paint out.
When you're 20 years old and you're making points with volume and dynamism, it's a fantastic thing to do.
I love the feeling of letting fly, of pushing as far as I could go with my voice. The only way you can really graduate how you do it is by doing it regularly to people who don't have to be super impressed. You can do it in the studio all day long but you don't get the flashback that you get onstage.
I'm just lucky because my kids are grown-up - I love them, very proud of them, and we are in close contact as big-time friends, but they don't need me that much now and I can actually enjoy this wonderful world of music.
Now I'm a blithering oaf hanging on to the coatsleeves of commerciality.
Come into my life, here where nothing matters. Come into my life, roll away the gloom.
I'd like to write a big rock anthem again.
I just need to listen to Korn, and then I might get the idea of how to do it.
I think Led Zeppelin must have worn some of the most peculiar clothing that men had ever been seen to wear without cracking a smile.
You have to ask these questions: who pays the piper, and what is valuable in this life?
The kind of vocal exaggeration that I developed was based on what key songs were in.
I don't want to scream 'Immigrant Song' every night for the rest of my life, and I'm not sure I could.
I'm able to actually choose places to go which have intrigued me for the last god knows how many years, and Tasmania's always been one of those places.