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Robert Plant — Shine It All Around
Album: Mighty Rearranger
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Total ratings: 964









Released: 2005
Length: 3:54
Plays (last 30 days): 1
This is the land where I live
Paint it all over golden
Take a little sunshine spread it all around
This is the love that I give
These are the arms for the holding
Turn on your love light shine it all around
Turn on your love light shine it all around
Shine it all around, shine it all around

These are the times of my life
Bright and strong and golden
This is the way that I choose when the deal goes down
This is the world that I love
Painted all over troubled
Take a little sunshine shine it all around
Send a little sign now, spread it all around now
Shine it all around now, when the deal goes down now
Shine it all around

This is the heart of the man
This is the heart of the matter
Break a little bread now spread it all around
Comon, breake a little bread now, all around
Shine it all around, shine it all around
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 Chris_Plant wrote:
Robert Plant at his best! Mighty Rearranger might be his best solo album!
 It is a good one.  

 FourFortyEight wrote:

You're the person that would pull out in traffic in front of me and give me the finger while you're doing it.  I can feel it.
 

For those pining for Robert Plant singing Led Zep: my favorite version of "Kashmir" , performed at a concert in tribute of Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun.  Jason Bonham on drums in case you were wondering. 
Robert Plant at his best! Mighty Rearranger might be his best solo album!
 melzabutch wrote:
This is as bad as that Rainbow song he did.

 
You're the person that would pull out in traffic in front of me and give me the finger while you're doing it.  I can feel it.
This is as bad as that Rainbow song he did.
 h8rhater wrote:

Pot, let me introduce you to Kettle.

 
{#Lol}
This one is growing on me ...
 h8rhater wrote:

Pot, let me introduce you to Kettle.

 
Haha, right!?!
 Stingray wrote:

Excuse me, I should not be that rough, but you, "JUANOS", are nothing but a douche (I deleted "idiot" for douche) with a problem!

 
Pot, let me introduce you to Kettle.
Rocks.
I have to dig this out again.
 juanos wrote:
I am impressed how "sensitive" I've became to detect Robert Plant crap... The song had started only 5 secs when I already knew it was him and it was time to remove the headphones and stop the stream... (even though I wan't logged in the website or heard this song before!)
all of his latest work (i.e. the last 20-something years) is evidence that all what he achieve whilst in Led Zepellin was the making of the band as a whole and not his!
he is really bad.. one of the most constant members of the "sucko barfo" elite

 
Excuse me, I should not be that rough, but you, "JUANOS", are nothing but a douche (I deleted "idiot" for douche) with a problem!
10
Love the bass on this
{#Hearteyes} {#Hearteyes} {#Hearteyes}
Ghost of Bonham lives in the beat.
Love the whole sound and message.
Good song, an aged rocker who is still producing interesting and fresh songs

Man, this rocks!


Omg I just got goosebumps on my goosebumps!! {#Jump}
 juanos wrote:
I am impressed how "sensitive" I've became to detect Robert Plant crap....

 
It's good that you have "impressed" yourself.
 juanos wrote:
I am impressed how "sensitive" I've became to detect Robert Plant crap... The song had started only 5 secs when I already knew it was him and it was time to remove the headphones and stop the stream... (even though I wan't logged in the website or heard this song before!)
all of his latest work (i.e. the last 20-something years) is evidence that all what he achieve whilst in Led Zepellin was the making of the band as a whole and not his!
he is really bad.. one of the most constant members of the "sucko barfo" elite

 
Is that the almighty absolute truth or just your little opinion… hmmmm… I wonder…
It's all about the love!  Thank you Robert.     {#Daisy}
 juanos wrote:
I am impressed how "sensitive" I've became to detect Robert Plant crap... The song had started only 5 secs when I already knew it was him and it was time to remove the headphones and stop the stream... (even though I wan't logged in the website or heard this song before!)
all of his latest work (i.e. the last 20-something years) is evidence that all what he achieve whilst in Led Zepellin was the making of the band as a whole and not his!
he is really bad.. one of the most constant members of the "sucko barfo" elite

 
Don't hold back....tell us what you really feel.
I am impressed how "sensitive" I've became to detect Robert Plant crap... The song had started only 5 secs when I already knew it was him and it was time to remove the headphones and stop the stream... (even though I wan't logged in the website or heard this song before!)
all of his latest work (i.e. the last 20-something years) is evidence that all what he achieve whilst in Led Zepellin was the making of the band as a whole and not his!
he is really bad.. one of the most constant members of the "sucko barfo" elite
 unclehud wrote:

All blues bands 'borrow' from one another.  It's part of the tradition, like jazz standards.
 
Beatles and the Stones did it before Zepplin did!
 vit wrote:
Wow I've read all kinds of stuff about Led Zep stealing from famous blues dudes ...
 
All blues bands 'borrow' from one another.  It's part of the tradition, like jazz standards.
What a great song!
I appreciate Robert Plant so much...this guy has still so much to give.

These are the times of my life
Bright and strong and golden....

Certainly are Mr Plant. Thank you.

 
I really liked this CD.  May have to dig it out of the stacks.
You Can't mistake Roberts voice very good number
yeah we all shine on
 vit wrote:
Wow I've read all kinds of stuff about Led Zep stealing from famous blues dudes, but doesn't "turn on your love light" borrow pretty heavily from Neil Diamond (think E.T. soundtrack)? I guess we all have to get old sometime but man ... </joking>
 


Lol! I'd take this over Neil's lame song any day!

Wow I've read all kinds of stuff about Led Zep stealing from famous blues dudes, but doesn't "turn on your love light" borrow pretty heavily from Neil Diamond (think E.T. soundtrack)? I guess we all have to get old sometime but man ... </joking>
still havnt found anything I like since "Fate of Nations".
Nice.
uh huh
A guilty pleasure of mine, this 'sound'. That nasty rock riff. Four minutes worth wasting.
 Drunkenlilacwine wrote:
just love the guitars on this track. Awesome! :cheer:
 

Yea me too, that is what stuck out. Cool tune!{#Guitarist}
Saw him with The Band of Joy at the Telluride Bluegrass festival last night.  he was the headlighner afyer Mumford and Sons......outstanding show.  You should see if you can find some of that live stuff from Planet Bluegrass.  I know they record it and sell it afterwards.  Thanks for all that you do, Bill......peace
just love the guitars on this track. Awesome! :cheer:
Don't think I have heard this before, thought it must have been from his new album...not bad at all.
 ScottN wrote:
bob plant? I like that. Wonder if anybody calls him Bob?
Oh, good song too.
 
{#Whisper}   No, nobody who wants to have a friendly discussion with him calls him Bob.  


Mr Plant came 1st in our private poll for the best ever male singer. Who can argue that?
I was just listening to "Walking Towards Paradise" from his "Now and Zen" CD, and it reminded me why I love Robert Plant, with our without the Zep or Allison Krause.  He has a style unique to him, and he parlays it well, without pandering. He seems to go his own way, and I admire that about him.

This song just makes me rock in my computer chair and grin.  Robert Plant. I named a clematis after him. {#Daisy}
 WonderLizard wrote:
I may have said this elsewhere, but...IMHO he just may have the most remarkable voice in rock'n'roll. Incredible range and the cojones to go with it.
 
Some contend that he no less than invented the modern-day rock vocal sound. He has said that he just had to scream really loud because the band's amps were so weak in the early days. {#Yell}

 fredriley wrote:
Personally I prefer comments with verbs in...

What I like about this one is that it is more Led Zep-esque than his past solo stuff
 


I may have said this elsewhere, but...IMHO he just may have the most remarkable voice in rock'n'roll. Incredible range and the cojones to go with it.
 EssexTex wrote:
I love one word comments..good or bad much can be said!
  Personally I prefer comments with verbs in...


 peter_james_bond wrote:
What's all the 'But it's not Led Zeppelin' nonsense? Of course it's not LZ but this cd is pretty darn good just the same!
 
Yup, I was thinking that!

 thewiseking wrote:
don't know about the material but Plant's voice is still strong
 
Agree.....

don't know about the material but Plant's voice is still strong
This one's pretty good.
What's all the 'But it's not Led Zeppelin' nonsense? Of course it's not LZ but this cd is pretty darn good just the same!
Sounds like Chris Cornell in the background.
Goin' down, I'm goin' down now...
Goin' down, I'm goin' down now...

ezzyme wrote:
Trite.
I love one word comments..good or bad much can be said!
flyboy wrote:
Don't forget John Paul Jones. He would have made this bass line 10 times more kicken.
yeah no doubt, it just goes to show the dearth of real rock music today, that we have to go back to a band that has not rocked for real in 20 years....but that said at least robt plant still can recognize a decent base line, and had one on this song
rah wrote:
all i can ever think about when i hear this song is how much more it would have rocked with page and bonham backing him up.
Don't forget John Paul Jones. He would have made this bass line 10 times more kicken.
Trite.
all i can ever think about when i hear this song is how much more it would have rocked with page and bonham backing him up.
Every time I see "Robert Plant" under "Now Playing" I read it as "Robert Palmer", do a mental double take, and end up walking away an odd mixture of relieved and disappointed. Weird... :eh:
Nothing spectacular here. A solid 7 at best. You'd think a legend like Robert would be inspired to show the young guns how it's done, and use a little more of his imagination.
I really liked this tune and bought the CD. There's other good tunes on it, but this one really moves me some how.
TheFriendlyCat wrote:
WOOT! I'ma believer! :sunny: :guitarist:
8.
WOOT! I'ma believer! :sunny: :guitarist:
It shines, and it rocks! Yeah!! :dancingbanana_2:
Saw this live 3 times...in 2005 ...it ROCKS..amazing band! Best frontman ever. If you can't rock to this you are DEAD & GONE! :drummer: :bananapiano:
:sunny: :sunny: :sunny:
kevbo77 wrote:
Perhaps with the advancements in medical technology it might now be possible to dig up John Bonhams bones, reaminmate him, and give him a new drum set and sticks. Maybe, just maybe a Zepplin reunion could save Plant and Page from their corporate whoring, bad music, and really bad hair. Let's keep our fingers crossed folks.
Why not, they've been reanimating the Rolling Stones for decades now.
Nice Moog bass.
Good stuff.
Still sounds pretty good. Really like the bass!!
Lovin' the groove to this...and have always liked Robert's voice.
There's a very cool remix of this tune on his Mighty Rearranger CD. It's not listed; it's one of those little surprises. Rob has a new compilation boxset out containing all of his solo stuff - Nine Lives. Tons of little goodies, some previously unreleased stuff, and a nice DVD documentary with interviews with Robert and some friends.
That was a fairly decent tune from good ole Bobby. :tongue:
davin wrote:
Pretty cool tune. Haven't heard bob plant in a bit.
bob plant? I like that. Wonder if anybody calls him Bob? Oh, good song too.
gpracer wrote:
it was enjoyable, but then i forgot about it. it sounds like the stuff he did 10 - 12 years ago. i guess it depends on whether you liked that. the guitarist was competent.
Reminds me of the time John Fogerty was sued because his new music sounded so much like his Creedence work that he was accused of plagiarizing the CCR catalog -- of which he no longer owned a share. He played for the jury and won the suit. They concluded it's asking a little too much to demand that an artist should stop sounding like himself. :)
That's Robert Plant? Wow. Didn't recognize his voice at all. Nice tune.
Pretty cool tune. Haven't heard bob plant in a bit.
These drums are such a ripoff. Who does this guy think he is... ...oh, wait, nevermind. :drummer:
mcklein18 wrote:
OK OK....am i the first to say the drums are soooooooo when the levee breaks from zoso album? come on say im first..finally! any takers?
Yep.
sounds like good beach music, like rolling out of the Clevelander on a nice day....
gpracer wrote:
it was enjoyable, but then i forgot about it. it sounds like the stuff he did 10 - 12 years ago. i guess it depends on whether you liked that. the guitarist was competent.
Guess it's hard to not sound like you do :iamwithstupid:
dude I swear I heard John B in the back. Plant hasn't sounded so smooth in years.
i think too many people on here are used to listening to 'go jump of a bridge on a rainy day' brand of music and like sunlight to vampires - this song is wasting them! ha!
Agree with Tony. If I could have cranked it up louder I would have.
i dont think he can do any wrong! unless he was responsible for that cadillac SNAFU :(
Great cd! The kind of music, older musicians with life experience make.
Is Live the backing band...?
A little repetitive but still pretty good. :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:
that's right, bill&rebecca, pay no attention to all this complaining, eclecticity in the house. i'm not saying this is awesome or anything and that's exactly it; i probably won't buy this cd, but i'd like to hear it all the same.
Ichthyologist wrote:
Make it stop. I had to change my rating to a 1. This is horrible.
Aaaaand....... why? Can't find anything so terrible about it. In fact, it's a seven for me.
I like this
first time i've ever experienced an overplayed song on rp
Perhaps with the advancements in medical technology it might now be possible to dig up John Bonhams bones, reaminmate him, and give him a new drum set and sticks. Maybe, just maybe a Zepplin reunion could save Plant and Page from their corporate whoring, bad music, and really bad hair. Let's keep our fingers crossed folks.
dreck
it was enjoyable, but then i forgot about it. it sounds like the stuff he did 10 - 12 years ago. i guess it depends on whether you liked that. the guitarist was competent.
Make it stop. I had to change my rating to a 1. This is horrible.
This vs Big Log... The Log wins 3-2.
Mr. Plant shouldn't try to sound so modern. Inspite of that I like his voice (yesterday & today)
every single day? blech
pauleywalnuts wrote:
:sleep:
Recycled Led Zep lite. Not bad, but not good either. Just there. Plant's voice speaks volumes about the dangers of hard livin by the way.
OK OK....am i the first to say the drums are soooooooo when the levee breaks from zoso album? come on say im first..finally! any takers?
Okay, Bill. We get it. You LOVE this new Robert Plant album. Doesn't mean it's worth all the play. If today is like any other this week, I can expect two more episodes before I leave work, right?
damien wrote:
has his voice gotten deeper with old age?
He finally hit puberty.. :?
Oh Lord, Robert Plant can do no wrong in my book---I would buy an album of him reciting the alphabet. It's a chick thing, I'm sure.
8) Excellent! Thanks for the intro to the new disc.
Oh how the mighty have fallen........
has his voice gotten deeper with old age?
Beastie wrote:
I have been waiting for Plant to do something new since its awesome Fate of Nations. Here's hoping he has not deviated from that theme. It doesn't sound like it. I'm off to the record store!
me, too...off to Amazon so RP can get some credit for the exposure...
I have been waiting for Plant to do something new since its awesome Fate of Nations. Here's hoping he has not deviated from that theme. It doesn't sound like it. I'm off to the record store!
Is this new from Plant?
:sleep: