Thursday, November 10, 2005
Here's a close-up of what Robert Plant's face looks like recently. Look at all those lines and imperfections. What do you think it says about his face?
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Given this and given that Plant is a very very wealthy man, one must give him MAJOR points for letting it all "hang out" and not get the typical hollywood/LA style false plastic look. Think of it this way... Who would you rather sit around a campfire and tell you a story, Robert or George Hamilton? Mr. Plants face is authentic with classic style and timeless beauty as is his music, both great. Bravo Robert!
Anyway I had added that I wondered what had happened to the beautiful man he once was one the outside. 15 years usually doesn't change a persons's look this much. I think he is beautiful on the inside. You can tell by his sweet smile. I still take him in a heartbeat if I could.
Plant is a true icon in every sense, as a person and performer. He's not in it for the paycheck. Plant's integrity is unsurpassed in the music business. At 60, he looks pretty damn good actually. I don't think I'll be rockin like that at 60, and don't know many who do. I much prefer listen to the music, than worry about his so-called facial imperfections. Puuuhleeeeze!
I saw him up close in early 2003 at the riverside studios and he looked fantastic up close
I'd almost turn gay for him, but at the end of the day he is still a fantastic singer and performer so stop complaining or else kidnap the old codger and whisk him off for a face lift if his beery jowels upset you
As for Robert, he is much loved by me and so many others, so this page hurts some of us a bit. But, I have a idea he would have a chuckle at it, and encourage us all to do the same. Ahhh...Robert Plant *sigh* So beautiful. He is absolutely the hottest man I have ever seen yesterday, today and forever. And nothing is going to change that.
Robert may have aged, but he's lived a life of adventure many of us can only dream of.
Having met Robert, he is one of the most intelligent, warm and genuine people i have ever met and those qualities shine out of his face.
He still posesses one of the most powerful unique voices in rock and uses it to great effect as he continues to push the boundaries with his music.
Now I look at him and he is still beautiful, in a more experienced way...What a beautiful man..And by the way my face has changed a little in 30 years, too.
Robert Plant forever and still the man.
That said, and respecting all the changes age can bring, I'm still shocked at his appearance. I still think he's very attractive but I can't see the young man he was in his face, as I still can with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones. Call it the aging process, hard living, too much sun, health problems or large weight gains and losses, he really does look much older than his years. But he still rocks! Nothing else is needed to be said.
and also he colors his hair. stupid waste of time. he's already old, the hair coloring changes nothing.
all i want to point out is that you can still be critical of someone you are a fan of. i just don't think that he sounds like the robert plant from zepp days. and thats sad
roger waters maybe you could say "aged gracefully", or rick wright from pink floyd may have aged gracefully, but robert plant looks about 1000 years old. even jimmy page with his white hair looks younger than robert plant
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Look at the Led Zep Seattle concert in 1977 and at the Knebworth Festival concert in 1979. In 1977 Robert looked his age, 29, two years later he looked like a man in his early 40s.
It wasn't the drugs, guys, stop saying that. Plant never had a problem with the drugs. However, it is a stated fact that emotional traumas can make people age faster.
So next time you see/hear him sing 'hallelujah' just know it means nothing to him. Feckin hypocrite!
to do with it , the rockn roll life style is part of it all , the man rocks, and may he continue
His music is still beautiful - and so is he: but a visibly much, much, older man. I have the feeling Robert Plant is very, very, glad to say goodbye to the 'Golden God' and at last be able to be the serious musician he is - and one on a voyage of discovery.
So much of Led Zeppelin was a huge exploration. I saw him once (about 15 years ago) at the Cropredy Festival in Oxfordshire, wandering around, simply taking in the music and atmosphere and standing in queues. I'm sure his lemons are where they always were :-) - but now he's allowing the guy inside to appear as well - and still surprising us. He's a whole bunch of interesting people. He carries memories of our own youth and beauty with us - and like him, mirrors are less kind to us than once they were.
If only a tidal wave would come and wipe the UK out.
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