|Produced by Robert Plant, Benji Lefevre and Tim Palmer|
|Released on July 1985|
|no chart information|
|Find it at GEMM|
|79 96227 w. picture sleeve
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T he second single from the disturbing Shaken ‘N Stirred, this one didn’t chart. Probably freaked people out, but it’s far more indicative of the album than “Little By Little.” Personally, I admire Plant for shaking things up; he could have just as easily continued to crank out product. Instead, he recognized that music was changing and sought to change with it. The music is informed by rap, I suppose, though not as blatant as “Tall Cool One” (which I thought was terrible). While the B side is your typical “baby don’t go” bit, the A side has deeper implications, combining (in the subconscious gears of my unworkable mind) music’s omnipresence with Arthurian Legend. Is he making a statement about his own mythology? It would be pretty deep for a guy who writes songs about getting laid, but anything’s possible with Robert Plant.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|US||July 1985||Es Paranza||7"||99265||picture sleeve|
|US||1985||Es Paranza||12PRO||PR-762||feat. A on both sides|
|CAN||1985||Es Paranza||7"||79 96227||picture sleeve|
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