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Principle Of Moments (Remastered / Expanded) Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
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Robert Plant's Post-Led Zeppelin Solo Career is celebrated with an expanded & remastered edition. The Principle of Moments is a complex and expressive sonic marvel. It includes four rare bonus tracks as well as the previously-unreleased track, "Turnaround."
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Top Customer Reviews
Plant's solo work simply doesn't convey any emotion or meaning. The songs are all kind of just...there. You don't really feel a connection with the words or the message because frankly, it's hard to know what the message is. Robert has seemingly gotten a bit cryptic in his old age, though I certainly commend him for being as successful as he's been, for such a long time.
That said, it is a little unfair to hold Robert Plant to a different standard than other solo artists. Compared to a lot of the stuff on movie soundtracks or pop radio, Plant's music is indeed a breath of fresh air and frankly superior in many respects. If you happen to listen to the radio often, you've no doubt heard songs like "In the Mood" and "Big Log" several times. These are good songs and one's that have more than stood the test of time.
The bottom line is, if you like CD's like Pictures at 11 or Now and Zen, you'll probably like this one too. But it's not a classic by any means.....
Most recent customer reviews
The more I play it, the more I like it. Robert Plant fans will have it in their collection.Published 4 months ago by Susan Andrew
easy listen,, enjoy cd.. Great oldie songs.. Robert Plant sounds great and music is smooth. He sounds good after Led ZeppPublished on Aug. 18 2013 by dale
This is one of those albums that really grows on you. Once you get familiar with the tunes they just get better and better. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2013 by M. Martin
Robert Plant just keeps getting better with every project he does, i will always be a Plant fan for his dedication and presentation of his majestic musicPublished on June 19 2005 by Deimos
Maybe "thru with the two step" [isn't great], but the album is fairly consistently good. It really isn't as bad as one would think judging by some of the things he would release in... Read morePublished on July 15 2003
It's rather refreshing to see such an accomplished singer as Robert Plant take a step back from the self-indulgent bombasity that marked - and marred - some of Led Zep's later... Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2003
This one I bought a few months after it came out. But, it grew on me, and now Big Log is my classical song, the song of the songs.Published on Nov. 19 2002 by Matthias Kremer
This is simply one of the best rock albums of the early 80's, a clever blending of musical styles of the day. Phil Collins is on board for most of the tracks, kicking (... Read morePublished on Dec 12 2001 by Joe