Hear A Rootsy Robert Plant Rarity, “Too Much Alike” With Patty Griffin

Hear A Rootsy Robert Plant Rarity, “Too Much Alike” With Patty Griffin

robert plant, patty griffin
Robert Plant & Patty Griffin. Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images.

Robert Plant has enlisted the soothing voice of Americana star, Patty Griffin for a duet cover of Charley Feathers' 1987 rockabilly classic, “Too Much Alike.” The previously unreleased track comes from Plant’s upcoming solo anthology, Digging Deep: Subterranea which is due out on October 2nd (pre-order here).

It’s a swinging cut that shows off a more rootsy side to the Led Zeppelin frontman, sounding like a genuine 50s crooner in harmony with Griffin. Listen below.  

Robert Plant | “Too Much Alike” [with Patty Griffin]

“Too Much Alike” is the latest preview from Plant’s upcoming career-spanning anthology, Digging Deep: Subterranea. The collection also includes previously released songs like  “Nothing Takes the Place of You,” written by Toussaint McCall and recorded for the 2013 film Winter in the Blood; and “Charlie Patton Highway [Turn It Up … Part 1]”  which was released last month.

The 30-track package also features material highlighted on the Led Zeppelin singer's Digging Deep podcast and chart-topping rock hits like “Hurting Kind” and the Grammy-nominated “Shine All Around.”

Digging Deep: Subterranea is out October 2ndPre-order, here. 

Listen to Robert Plant on Spotify: 

Listen to Robert Plant on Apple Music:

Related Posts