Robert Plant’s ‘Dreamland’ is his seventh (and first with his band ‘Strange Sensation’) solo album released on July 16, 2002 by Mercury Records.
Track Listing : 1.Funny In My Mind (I Believe I’M Fixin’ To Die) (Justin Adams, John Baggot, Clive Deamer, Charlie Jones, Robert Plant, Porl Thompson, Bukka White) – 04:45 . 2.Morning Dew (Bonnie Dobson, Tim Rose) – 04:26 . 3.One More Cup Of Coffee (Bob Dylan) – 04:03 . 4.Last Time I Saw Her (Justin Adams, John Baggot, Clive Deamer, Charlie Jones, Robert Plant, Porl Thompson) – 04:41 . 5.Song To The Siren (Larry Beckett, Tim Buckley) – 05:53 . 6.Win My Train Fare Home (If I Ever Get Lucky) (Justin Adams, John Baggot, Clive Deamer, Charlie Jones, Robert Plant, Porl Thompson) – 06:03 . 7.Darkness, Darkness (Jesse Colin Young) – 07:25 . 8.Red Dress (Justin Adams, John Baggot, Clive Deamer, Charlie Jones, Robert Plant, Porl Thompson) – 05:23 . 9.Hey Joe (Billy Roberts) – 07:12 . 10.Skip’S Song (Skip Spence) – 04:27
Musicians : Strange Sensation – Band . Robert Plant – Vocals . John Baggott – Keyboards, String Arrangement On (2 – 3) . Porl Thompson – Guitar . Justin Adams – Guitars, Gimbri, Darbuka . Charlie Jones – Bass . Clive Deamer – Drums, Percussion . B.J. Cole – Pedal Steel Guitar On (5) . Raj Das – Backing Vocals . May Clee Cadman – Backing Vocals . Ginny Clee – Backing Vocals
Production : Produced By Phill Brown, Robert Plant . Phil Brown – Engineer . Danny Austin – Assistant Engineer . Graham Dominy – Assistant Engineer . Raj Das – Assistant Engineer . Denis Blackham – Mastering
Package : Andie Airfix – Artwork . Maria Mochnacz – Photography . Joe Spix – Artwork
Recorded In 2001-02.
Released On July 16, 2002 By Mercury Records.
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