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Robinson Brotherhood, Chris - anyway you love, we know how you feel [2016]
Die Stimme der The Black Crowes, der Spirit von Jerry Garcia und Grateful Dead und ein wenig "Psychedelic magic". Das neue, nunmehr schon vierte Album der Chris Robinson Brotherhood um ex Black Cowes-Frontmann Chris Robinson und Gitarrist Neal Casal ist da. Mehr "bluesy" und "funky" als die Vorgänger, herrlich retro und sehr jammig. Großartig!

Hier ein vorzügliches U.S.-Review im Original:
Perhaps it's unfair -- or at least slightly reductive -- to compare the Chris Robinson Brotherhood to the work of Rich Robinson, the estranged brother of the band's leader, but listening to their 2016 albums side by side illustrates the divide between the co-leaders of the Black Crowes. Flux, the fourth album by Rich, doubles down on the earthy Southern sounds that always rooted the Crowes, but Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, the fourth LP by the CRB, is so light it floats away on its own haze. Apart from the knowing "Leave My Guitar Alone," the rhythms aren't blues-boogie, they're nimble funk-rock colored by a psychedelic sensibility that isn't about chops but rather endless expansion. It's jam music where the playing isn't the point: it's the vibe and, sometimes, the song. Robinson certainly luxuriates in his winding words, lyrics that conjure fleeting indelible moments, but what impresses is the structure -- he doesn't write hooks, he writes melodies, where the verses slide into the chorus then glide into a bridge -- and how the band underpins these tunes with interplay that feels loose yet tight: the performances often stretch for longer than six minutes but the CRB aren't aimless, they're simply riding their groove. Such accents as early-'70s analog synths and a couple of pastoral acoustic numbers may give Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel a throwback feel but the Chris Robinson Brotherhood aren't living in the past, they're pushing jam band tradition forward by keeping their expansion focused on funk. (Stephen Thomas Erlewine / AllMusic)

Das komplette Tracklisting:

1. Narcissus Soaking Wet - 7:06
2. Forever as the Moon - 5:00
3. Ain't It Hard but Fair - 7:34
4. Give Us Back Our Eleven Days - 2:48
5. Some Gardens Green - 6:07
6. Leave My Guitar Alone - 6:08
7. Oak Apple Day - 7:27
8. California Hymn - 4:34

Art-Nr.: 9232
Gruppe: Musik || Sparte: Rock
Status: Programm || Typ: CD || Preis: € 15,90

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Robinson Brotherhood, Chris - the magic door [2012]
3 Monate nach "Big moon ritual" lassen The Chris Robinson Brotherhood (die neue, grandiose Formation des Frontmannes der The Black Crowes, nachdem die mal wieder für unbestimmte Zeit auf Eis liegen) kommt nun mit "The magic door" das angekündigte Sequal. Die Scheibe schließt nahtlos an den Vorgänger an. Wunderbarer, authentischer Hippie Roots-/Jamrock mit viel "Soul", viel Psychedeli-Feeling und einem Flair von sehr der Grateful Dead-Philosophie ähnelnden Seventies Retro Westcoast-Anlagen. Chris Robinson selbst zeigt sich bereits jetzt mehr als zufrieden über seine neue Band: "We really feel these records set the stage for another full year, where we'll see how far we can go with it. We already feel successful because we have the freedom to do what we want. And it's always cosmic. The times demand it".

Die Original-Produktbeschreibung:

In June 2012, following a 118-show journey, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood released their debut album Big Moon Ritual (Silver Arrow/Megaforce Records). It is a 'roots-o-licious collection of tunes with beautiful guitar tones, inventive parts, gorgeous solos, and killer vocals all around,' praised Guitar Player (June 2012), while Relix similarly raved by describing the album as 'a full immersion into Southern psychadelics, nine-minute song swoops, extended grooves and wailing vocals' (June 2012). The fruits of the band's hard-charging January 2012 recording sessions with producer Thom Monahan are heard not only on 'Big Moon Ritual' but in its companion album 'The Magic Door', set for release in September 2012.
Each album spotlights seven tunes, with 'The Magic Door' containing six originals 'Someday Past The Sunset', 'Vibration & Light Suite', 'Appaloosa', 'Little Lizzie Mae', 'Sorrows Of A Blue Eyed Liar' and 'Wheel Don't Roll' plus a cover of Hank Ballard's 'Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go', a CRB set list staple.
Chris Robinson (lead vocals, guitar), Neal Casal (guitar, vocals), Adam MacDougall (keys, vocals), George Sluppick (drums) and Mark Dutton (bass, vocals) create exciting musical sparks throughout 'The Magic Door'. 'We really feel these records set the stage for another full year, where we'll see how far we can go with it,' say Robinson. 'We already feel successful because we have the freedom to do what we want. And it's always cosmic. The times demand it.'

Das komplette Tracklisting:

1. Let's Go Let's Go Let's Go - 4:55
2. Someday Past the Sunset - 6:20
3. Appaloosa - 5:17
4. Vibration & Light Suite - 13:56
5. Little Lizzie Mae - 6:19
6. Sorrows of a Blue Eyed Liar - 8:38
7. Wheel Don't Roll - 5:30

Art-Nr.: 7911
Gruppe: Musik || Sparte: Rock
Status: Programm || Typ: CD || Preis: € 13,90

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