One of my awesome co-workers let me borrow "Raising Sand," a collaboration between Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. For those of you unfamiliar with Alison Krauss, she's the lead singer of Union Station, a bluegrass band out of Nashville. She has a beautiful voice, and she's quite the fiddler, too. I've really grown to love her country work, especially the waltzes (don't tell anyone).
I'm guessing that Robert Plant's identity is pretty self-explanatory.
I've got to say, the CD is a lot mellower than I'd hoped, but it's still gorgeous. Both singers are phenomenal, and the lyrics are often fun and full of stories. If you haven't had a chance to hear the CD, and you're a fan of Zep or bluegrass, I'd give it a listen.
Another CD that just hit me really hard is Ben Folds's "Way to Normal." It's all ballad, and most of the songs are toe-tappers, which makes it great morning music. Since I have two hours of commuting to Huntsville a day, that's pretty important.