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It wasn’t the gongs that did it; rather, it was a gospel choir-elevated cover-version of “Stairway to Heaven” led by the sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson of the American rock band Heart.“After all the years of hearing the song misinterpreted and played backwards and all of that nonsense, I never thought someone would tap me on the shoulder and say, ‘And by the way, that was a lovely piece – and to prove it here’s another way of looking at it,’” says Plant.“Barack looked over at me, frowned a little bit, and shrugged his shoulders.I looked back and thought, ‘It’s always been like this, Barack. “Of this musical wanderlust and the wonderful carousel that I’ve been on.I was dug-in in Austin for about 18 months, and when I came back home I saw how everything had grown.I thought, ‘Wow – everything is on the move except for me.’“Just this week I’ve been relishing the cave houses around here; all the places that I went with me dad when we used to cycle.With them comes inevitable speculation about a reunion.
In a piece published in Uncut the day after our interview, Plant revealed that, about two years ago, he made a “hands across the water” gesture that the guitarist “walked away” from: “I said, ‘If you got anything acoustic, I’ll give it a whirl.’”Page and Plant’s complex relationship seems coloured by their very different attitudes towards Zeppelin.
My grandfather, who was the leader of a brass band, used to say to me [drops into thick Black Country accent], ‘I am what I am and I couldn’t be more amererer! There’s restlessness, and then there’s home.”What, specifically, did Plant miss? Particular hilltops and views around here and in Wales.
Sadly for the readers, there still is a feeling I get when I look to the West [laughs].
I had to come back [to Worcestershire] to find out just how much I valued what I’d left behind – it’s an old song, I guess.“John Bonham [Zeppelin’s late drummer] and I used to drive back here after every event in Led Zeppelin.
Before the motorways, we’d do it in his mum’s Anglia van, making our way up through Oxford and Stratford and Alcester. They all spoke the speak, and there was no point in going to elocution lessons.’ He said, ‘That’s Robert Plant.’ I said, ‘What does he look like now?