Dreamland - Robert Plant
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  • Summary: The former Led Zeppelin singer's first solo album in nearly 10 years is a mix of originals and covers, including Bob Dylan's "One More Cup of Coffee" (also recently covered by the White Stripes) and Tim Buckley's "Win My Train Fare Home."
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 11
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  1. 80
    A fine collection and a lesson in dignified maturity from which all former rock gods could learn. [Aug 2002, p.115]
  2. An astonishing reassertion of relevance for Plant. [July 2002, p.118]
  3. Fans of Led Zeppelin may not take to these stylistic changes well, but Plant's adventurous tendencies are well placed on the ten songs here.
  4. Dreamland's lack of ambition doesn't translate into irrelevancy
  5. 70
    [The] eight covers [are] all imaginatively and emotionally committed, six of them brilliantly so. [July 2002, p.96]
  6. 60
    For the tunnel-visioned Zeppelin fan, there's enough vintage Plant here to hold interest. [#8, p.121]
  7. Plant makes the brilliant past seem truly leaden. [19 July 2002, p.74]

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