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He has a "sound" in the same way Daniel Lanois does: it's edges are all rounded, everything is very warm, and it all sounds artificially dated.Sam Phillips' "Sister Rosetta Goes Before Us" is a centerpiece on this set. This tune, with its forlorn, percussion-heavy tarantella backdrop, might have come from a Tom Waits record were it not so intricately melodic -- and Krauss' gypsy swing fiddle is a gorgeous touch. The album featured production by T-Bone Burnett and songwriting by Plant, Tom Waits, Sam Phillips, Townes Van Zandt and Gene Clark among others. Throughout 2008, Plant and Krauss, along with Burnett, toured in support of the album.
Clearly, they're both having the time of their lives, and are excited about their current musical journey -- which pushes each out of their respective comfort zones and into new territory. Even the band was kind of going, "Oh wow, how is this going to work? And then we both agreed that because we both produced records ourselves, that we needed an intermediary to guide -- somebody to separate us, or to make the journey more clear. With Alison, it's letting go, and with you, Robert, it's kind of containing things. Now, he's a little bit country and she's a little bit rock 'n' roll. We are in Coldplay's vacated dressing room, two nights before Plant and Krauss swept the evening at the 51st annual Grammy Awards. " It was great when we kicked in together, and I could just feel the room -- I don't want to say it, but the room lifted! And Alison knew T Bone Burnett from "O Brother, Where Art Thou," and he kindly enlisted for the gig, and he brought a lot of great songs to the show. I compliment Krauss on her hair as a stylist touches her up. Two feet away, Plant clears his throat loudly and points to his own golden locks. This is an excerpt from our conversation in the basement of Staples Center in Los Angeles the night of their rehearsal. I never sang with anybody before, you know -- only once ever in my life, on "Led Zep IV" with Sandy Denny [the late English folk singer, in 1971]. I've also been coming to the United States for 40 years -- you wouldn't believe it looking at me -- and I've never worked with Americans! CNN: You challenged one another to sing in different ways than you're used to. In 2007 Krauss collaborated with Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant on the haunting Raising Sand, which was a surprise hit and went on to sell 2.5 million copies worldwide.Born in Illinois in 1971, Krauss studied classical violin from the age of five, began winning local contests by the age of ten and was recording for the first time at 14.