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•  Brilantní vzorec stále dělá zlato. Udělali to znovu: Plant a Krauss získávají zpět svou starou magii. Plant a Krauss mají hlasy, které se shodují, každý z nich je schopen přejít z chraplavého k oduševnělému.
•  Čtrnáct let po debutu oceněném Grammy se rootsy duo znovu sešlo — čelí vysokým očekáváním. Vysvětlují, jak opustili své komfortní zóny s „oříškovou, ale vkusnou“ hvězdnou kapelou.
Birth name: Alison Maria Krauss
Born: July 23, 1971, Decatur, Illinois, United States
Genres: Bluegrass, country, adult contemporary, R&B, pop
Location: Nashville, TN
Album release: Nov. 19th, 2021
Record Label: Warner Music UK 
Duration:
Tracks:
01. Quattro (World Drifts In)   4:35
02. The Price Of Love   4:50
03. Go Your Way   5:07
04. Trouble With My Lover   4:03
05. Searching For My Love   4:04
06. Can’t Let Go   3:41
07. It Don’t Bother me   5:06
08. You Led Me To The Wrong   4:17
09. Last Kind Words Blues   4:06
10. High And Lonesome   4:33
11. Going Where The Lonely Go   4:10
12. Somebody Was Watching Over Me   5:03
13. My Heart Would Know
14. You Can’t Rule MeRobert Plant & Alison Krauss — Raise the Roof [Deluxe Edition]
Written by:
01: Joey Burns, John Convertino; 02: Don Everly, Phil Everly; 03: Anne Briggs; 04: Allen Toussaint; 05: Bobby Moore; 06: Randy Weeks; 07: Bert Jansch; 08: Ola Belle Reed
09: Geeshie Wiley; 10: Robert Plant, T Bone Burnett; 11: Dean Holloway, Merle Haggard; 12: Brenda Burns; 13: Hank Williams; 14: Lucinda Williams, Tom OverbyCredits:
Companies, etc.
•  Licensed To – Warner Music UK Ltd.
•  Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Hokker, Inc.
•  Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Trolcharm Limited
•  Copyright © – Hokker, Inc.
•  Copyright © – Trolcharm Limited
Credits:
•  Producer [produced by] – T Bone Burnett
Notes:
•  ℗ & © Hokker, Inc. and Trolcharm Limited. Under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited for the World excluding USA and Canada.
Personnel:
01 Quattro (World Drifts In)
Bass – Viktor Krauss
Drums, Percussion, Handclaps [Claps] – Jay Bellerose
Guitar – Bill Frisell, Marc Ribot
Jarana, Handclaps [Claps] – David Hidalgo
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Russell Pahl
Zither [Dolceola] – Jeff Taylor 
A2 The Price Of Love
Banjo – Stuart Duncan
Bass – Dennis Crouch
Drums, Percussion – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Marc Ribot
Mandolin [Electric Mandolin] – Buddy Miller
A3 Go Your Way
Acoustic Guitar – T~Bone Burnett
Bass – Viktor Krauss
Drums, Percussion – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar – Marc Ribot
Jarana – David Hidalgo
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Russell Pahl
Zither [Dolceola], Celesta [Celeste] – Jeff Taylor 
B1 Trouble With My Lover
Baritone Guitar, Requinto Guitar – Marc Ribot
Bass – Dennis Crouch
Drums – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar – Buddy Miller
Strings – Alison Krauss
B2 Searching For My Love
Bass – Dennis Crouch
Drums, Percussion – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar – Marc Ribot
Electric Guitar, Harmony Vocals – T~Bone Burnett
B3 Can’t Let Go
Acoustic Guitar, Handclaps [Claps] – David Hidalgo
Double Bass [Upright Bass] – Viktor Krauss
Drums, Percussion, Handclaps [Claps] – Jay Bellerose
Electric Bass – Russell Pahl
Electric Guitar – Bill Frisell
C1 It Don’t Bother Me
Bass – Viktor Krauss
Drums, Percussion, Handclaps [Claps] – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar – Marc Ribot
Guitar [Electro~Acoustic Guitar], Handclaps [Claps] – David Hidalgo
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Russell Pahl
Zither [Dolceola], Marxophone – Jeff Taylor
C2 You Led Me To The Wrong
6~String Bass – T~Bone Burnett
Acoustic Guitar – Marc Ribot
Bass – Dennis Crouch
Drums, Percussion – Jay Bellerose
Fiddle – Stuart Duncan
C3 Last Kind Words Blues
Bass – Dennis Crouch
Drums, Percussion – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar, Banjo – Marc Ribot
Mandolin, Cello, Fiddle – Stuart Duncan
Resonator Guitar – Colin Linden
D1 High And Lonesome
Accordion [Bass Accordion] – Jeff Taylor
Bass – Dennis Crouch
Drums, Percussion, Handclaps [Claps] – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar, Mellotron, Harmony Vocals – T~Bone Burnett
Guitar, Electric Bass [Hofner Bass], Handclaps [Claps] – Marc Ribot
Mellotron – Viktor Krauss
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel], Guitar – Russell Pahl
D2 Going Where The Lonely Go
Bass – Dennis Crouch
Drums – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar – Buddy Miller, Marc Ribot
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Russell Pahl
D3 Somebody Was Watching Over Me
6~String Bass – Russell Pahl
Backing Vocals – Lucinda Williams
Bass – Viktor Krauss
Drums – Jay Bellerose
Electric Guitar – Marc Ribot
Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals – T~Bone Burnett
Guitar [Electro~Acoustic Guitar] – David Hidalgo
Piano – Jeff Taylor 
Review
by Mark Kidel. Monday, 15 November 2021. Score:   ★★★★★
•  The collaboration of Robert Plant, Alison Krauss and producer T~Bone Burnett produced a masterpiece Raising Sand in 2011. Once again, and in spite of rumours about the artists falling out, they have returned with the same winning formula.
•  With impeccable taste and a posse of some of the best musicians in the USA, they sail their way through a gloriously varied selection of country and blues classics. Plant and Krauss have voices that match: each of them capable of switching from raucous to soulful, from seductively sentimental to energetic calls to the dance. The best harmony singing has always been described as sweet, and these two singers hit the spot many times over. The style made famous by the Carter Family, the Louvin Brothers and the Everlys,
is never honey~sweet because it has an edge, unlike the pedal steel, which makes a single but beautifully played appearance on the slow ballad “Going Where the Lonely Go”.
•  The repertoire, in which blues, country and bluegrass melt into each, reflects the way in which these different genres cross racial barriers and nourished each other to and fro. The musicians are, as on the first collaboration, chosen counter~intuitively. Guitarists Marc Ribot and Bill Frisell are better known for edgy jazz and avant~garde rock, although both can play just about anything. Here they explore all manner of guitar sounds, many of them surprising and enchanting, and always at the service of the other musicians, the singers and T~Bone Burnett’s instantly recognisable style.
•  Burnett has a knack of taking tradition and breathing new life into it, never attempting to mimic the Sun Studios sound, for instance, but nevertheless paying homage to the freshness that characterised the greatest rockabilly sides. There is nostalgia here, but implicit rather than corny or kitsch, and sounding new at every turn. His treatment of various drum sounds, handled with tremendous subtlety and energy by Jay Bellerose, is totally his own. There is an almost mysterious aura that is simultaneously ghostly and crystal~clear. Burnett works with a bewitchingly personal combination of instinct and taste.
•  The deservedly renowned producer is a master of atmosphere: reverb used in many different ways is a large part of it, but there is also an almost claustrophobic feel as if the musicians were not playing in 2021, but in some imagined and timeless juke joint in heaven, soul pouring out of every note, and rollicking rhythms that keep the music on the move, whether fast or slow.  All the tracks reveal surprises and are a pleasure to hear, not least a brilliant re~working of the haunting blues song by Geeshie Wiley, “Last Kind Words”.  The album is in many ways similar to its predecessor, but when something works so well, why change it? Take a listen — you will not be disappointed. — theartsdesk.com
•   https://theartsdesk.com/new-music/album-robert-plant-and-alison-krauss-raise-roof
By Marissa R Moss. ri 24 Sep 2021 06.00 BST:
•   https://www.theguardian.com/music/2021/sep/24/were-like-mork-and-mindy-robert-plant-and-alison-krauss-musics-odd-couple
AVE PAULSON   | Nashville Tennessean:
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Studio albums:
•  1985: Different Strokes
•  1987: Too Late to Cry
•  1989: Two Highways (with Union Station)
•  1991: I’ve Got That Old Feeling
•  1992: Every Time You Say Goodbye (with Union Station)
•  1994: I Know Who Holds Tomorrow (with The Cox Family)
•  1997: So Long So Wrong (with Union Station)
•  1999: Forget About It
•  2001: New Favorite (with Union Station)
•  2004: Lonely Runs Both Ways (with Union Station)
•  2007: Raising Sand (with Robert Plant)
•  2011: Paper Airplane (with Union Station)
•  2017: Windy City
•  2021: Raise the Roof [Deluxe Edition] (with Robert Plant)
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