Personnel: Robert Plant (vocals); Robbie Blunt (guitar); Jezz Woodruffe (keyboards); Paul Martinez (bass); Phil Collins, Barrimore Barlow (drums).
Personnel: Robert Plant (vocals); Robbie Blunt (guitar, guitars); Jezz Woodroffe (keyboards); Paul Martinez (bass instrument); Phil Collins, Barriemore Barlow (drums); Ray Martinez, John David (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Robert Plant; Benji Lefevre; The Pat Moran Quartet.
Audio Remasterers: Raj Das; Bill Inglot; Daniel Hersch.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Molly Wopsy; Rex King; Pick Withers; Peter Grant ; Phil Carson; Jason Bonham.
With his debut solo album, 1982's PICTURES AT ELEVEN, singer Robert Plant successfully began establishing himself as a solo recording artist apart from his former band, the incomparable Led Zeppelin. Plant wasted no time in issuing a follow-up, PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTS, which appeared one year after his debut.
Following in the musical footsteps of its predecessor, PRINCIPLE shows Plant and his backing band (which included a cameo from Genesis drummer Phil Collins) exploring modern rock sounds. The two best known songs remain the hit singles/videos "Big Log" and "In the Mood," both, especially the former, slow-paced yet highly melodic compositions. Other standouts include the keyboard-infused "Thru With the Two Step," as well as such challenging numbers as "Wreckless Love" and "Messin' With the Mekon."