Early in 2001 Priory of Brion disbanded and Robert formed another new
band, Strange Sensation. When the band first played showed they were billed as
Robert Plant and his Strange Sensations but were eventually called Strange
Sensation when they hit the states. Zeppelin numbers were added to the setlist
along with a few songs from the psychedelic era.
After Priory of Brion Plant formed a new band entitled Strange Sensation.
Plant joined up with some old friends to form the group.
Clive Deamer - drummer
Charlie Jones - bass - After missing out on the Priory
of Brion. Charlie joins back up for Strange Sensation.
John Baggott, keyboards,
Justin Adams - guitar - has an official
Porl Thompson, guitar - Once played with Page/Plant
during the first two US tours for No Quarter.
This page lists, in alphabetical order, songs performed by Robert Plant with
- A House Is Not A Motel (Lee)
- Written by Arthur Lee, this was the first song taken from Love's Forever
Changes, one of Robert's own favorite albums.
- Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
was a show highlight.
- Bummer In The Summer (Lee)
- This was the second track taken from Love's Forever Changes album.
- Darkness Darkness
- Written by Jesse Colin Young for the Youngbloods. Usually there are long
instrumental sections, during which the flavor can vary from rock to jazz.
- Early In The Morning (Bartley/Hickman)
- Another song which has been recorded by artists too numerous to mention.
- Four Sticks
- Rockin version of the Zeppelin classic.
- Hey Joe (Roberts)
- The song is the Jimi Hendrix classic, once recorded as a demo by the Band
- In The Light
- A real crowd pleaser.
- Lazy Me (Mosley)
- This was written by Bob Mosley for Moby Grape, another of Robert's
- Misty Mountain Hop
- Zeppelin IV classic usually played as a set closer before the encores.
- Morning Dew (Dobson/Rose)
- Tim Rose, Episode Six and the Grateful Dead have each performed this
- Season Of The Witch (Leitch)
- Written by Donovan, this was also recorded by Julie Driscoll and Brian
- 7 + 7 is...
- Usually showed up early in the set.
- Song To The Siren (Beckett/Buckley)
- This Tim Buckley song was usually the concert closer.
- Whole Lotta Love
- Played as an encore.