Walking Into Clarksdale
Walking Into Clarksdale is a studio album by Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant, released by Atlantic Records on April 21, 1998. The follow-up album to No Quarter, Walking into Clarksdale took 35 days to record, with co-production by Nirvana producer Steve Albini. Like the preceeding recording and tour, John Paul Jones was not present. The single "Most High" was awarded a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance in 1999. Clarksdale is a town in the North Mississippi Delta, a historical home of Delta blues music.
The album was #8 on debut on the Billboard's Pop Albums chart.
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Total album length: 60:50 minutes
Billboard Music Charts (North America) - singles
1998 Most High Pop Singles No. -
1998 Shining in the Light Pop Singles No. -
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, England.
Catalogue: Atlantic 83092 2