Then, once he had to leave the throne, he became a Roman Catholic and became a peace envoy in the Middle East.
It's all swamp, all past midnight, all gigolo boasting.
Krauss' harmony vocal underscores Plant's low-key crooned boast as a mirror, as the person being used and who can't help it.
Ribot's dobro sounds like a rickety banjo, and it stutters just ahead of the bass drum and tom toms in Bellerose's kit.
Naomi Neville's "Fortune Teller" shows Burnett at his best as a producer.
He has a "sound" in the same way Daniel Lanois does: it's edges are all rounded, everything is very warm, and it all sounds artificially dated.