LISTEN: Robert Plant Teams Up with Patty Griffin in "Too Much Alike"

Robert Plant, Patty Griffin
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Robert Plant, Patty Griffin

Robert Plant joins forces with Americana songstress in "Too Much Alike," a never-before-released duet cover of the Charly Feathers classic tune. Listen to the song below. 

"Too Much Alike" is one of three unissued cuts included in the Led Zeppelin singer's Digging Deep: Subterranea, a two-CD solo anthology available Oct. 2. Also bundled within the career-spanning set is the Toussaint McCall-penned "Nothing Takes the Place of You," featured in the 2013 film Winter in the Blood, and "Charlie Patton Highway (Turn It Up — Part 1)" from the forthcoming Band of Joy Volume

The 30-track compilation also contains tunes spotlighted in the singer's Digging Deep podcast, which is currently in its third season. 

READ MORE: Robert Plant Announces 'Digging Deep' Anthology

"I’ve got stuff that I did in New Orleans with the Li’l Band O’ Gold and Allen Toussaint," he told Classic Rock, noting that he holds over 40 unreleased rarities. 

Plant was slated to hit the road with his band Saving Grace across the US this year on a seven-date tour, but the stint was cancelled due to COVID-19.


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