Robert Plant | Nothing Takes The Place Of You

Robert Plant | Nothing Takes The Place Of You | Review

Written by MartinB

On October 2, 2020

Understated and not a word wasted. Nothing Takes The Place of You is simple in its sentiment and with a melancholic and stripped back arrangement, like the lyrics suggest, you should really listen to it as the rain runs down the window panes.

It may sound familiar despite it being released now from his Digging Deep album, as Plant originally recorded it for the 2013 film Winter in the Blood. The song was written by New Orleans musician Toussaint McCall and there is no denying that blues influence.

It sounds reflective and it is one of those songs that is perfect for synching with generic lyrics that are relevant to almost everyone.

Nothing Takes The Place of You is taken from Robert Plant’s career spanning anthology set titled Digging Deep that includes 30 songs from four decades. He is accompanied on the 2 CD set by an impressive set of musicians from Jimmy Page to Patty Griffin.

Robert Plant’s music career has taken him from the Welsh Borders to Nashville and beyond.
This is a track that is retrospective and sung by a legendary musician who is totally at one with himself.

Martin Blore, The British Country Music Festival (TBCMF)

Lisa Lambe | Burning Love

Credits

 

Performed by Robert Plant
Written by Alan Robinson and Toussaint McCall
Produced by David Boyle, Robert Plant

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