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So I have pretty eclectic taste, but it’s nothing on Robert Plant.
I first met him at a Lead Belly Tribute gig in Cleveland in 2004 where we were both singing and we hit it off over an old bluegrass artist called Ralph Stanley.
I like to keep a few work-related pictures on my refrigerator and I love seeing other people’s awards when I go to their houses to visit, but I like to keep my own home life separate.
Robert and I did it to have fun and see what would happen, but to start with it was very scary because both of us were out of our comfort zones.
We were away from our usual environments so we just had to go with what we felt – it made for a very exciting recording process, though.
When we are working he is always playing me new stuff and saying things like [speaking rapidly], ‘You have to listen to this incredible Egyptian singer I’ve just discovered blah blah blah.’It’s a music of the mountains and of the farm and those people who make their living off the land. It has a beautiful, timeless sentimentality and the songs are about how things go wrong sometimes.
It’s closely related to traditional Irish music and skiffle and it’s something that’s been handed down over the generations.
Robert and I did it to have fun and see what would happen, but to start with it was very scary because both of us were out of our comfort zones' I had to take a break from the new album because I was worrying over it so much that it gave me these killer headaches.