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WHITE AND PLANT DROP THE HAMMER

Rock Icon Brings the Thunder to Lollapalooza Argentina

During his recent Lollapalooza Argentina set, Third Man/Columbia's Jack White brought out the legendary Robert Plant for a take on the Led Zeppelin blues-rock excursion "The Lemon Song."

The performance, seen below, is a potent reminder that while Plant has explored folk, country, world music and other forms of late, he can still wield the Hammer of the Gods whenever he likes. For further research, the reader is directed to Rhino's recent deluxe reissue of the Zep masterpiece Physical Graffiti.

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