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the Ceaseless Roar, which some label as "world music.""It is appropriate for my time in life," Plant says of the mix of Americana, African music, blues and soul on the new album."If it were world music, we would be the least-successful world musicians because we desecrate."But it's exciting that some people are now seeing that he is doing something just as fresh and just as exciting as his past work, and it's happening now."Plant makes it clear he has no intention of losing sight of his lifelong pursuit of setting his life experiences to music.
He sips a latte Correction: The number of Grammys Robert Plant and Alison Krauss won for their album Raising Sand was incorrect in a previous version of this story.Indeed, at the photo shoot for this article, Plant told his manager he wanted to explore renting a flatbed truck so the band could play an Indian reservation in the Dakotas."We play anywhere," says Tyson. He feels natural, playing in those small places rather than in giant arenas in front of crowds."This comes as no surprise to Krauss."Somebody like Robert, who is constantly changing, has a mystery about him because he can't get enough," she says."It's like he is a constant student of music — and at the same time art, in general, and people and cultures."While many fans and critics hope Plant's solo work is a tease to a Led Zeppelin reunion, others luxuriate in its originality."There were Deadheads, and it was a good place to be," he says. …That is what I want."Led Zeppelin broke up in 1980, and Plant immediately embarked on a successful solo career.His true creative breakout may have been 2007's teaming with bluegrass icon Alison Krauss for Raising Sand, a platinum album that won six Grammy Awards (including album of the year) and garnered him heaps of critical praise for a perceived change in sound.