Tuesday lost and found: Robert Plant 'Burning Down One Side'
Robert Plant’s music style has been reimagined at least three times in his lengthy career. In the ‘70s, Plant was a heavy metal god with Led Zepplin and currently enjoys Grammy-winning success with the folk and country genre. In the ‘80s, Plant tried everything from mainstream rock to dance music.
After the breakup of Led Zepplin, Plant’s first solo release was Burning Down One Side that peaked at No. 64 in 1982.
The video is a delight for both male and female fans as Plant woos a bevy of beautiful women before ditching the car and his shirt for a stroll down the highway, but not before a brief guitar solo from the Invisible Man.