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"I love people who break boundaries and always create something new and fresh," he points out. "I'm still true to my Southern roots." The disc's Tritt-Sambora collaboration, "Willing to Try" and the producer-musician's work with John Rich underscore this restlessly inventive Southern sensibility.
He describes Randy Jackson's Music Club, Vol. 1 as "a great way to announce my new label, hear from some great established and new artists, and share a little musical history," adding "in a way, it's autobiographical - it covers a lot of my life experience."
"After everything I've done, I wasn't dying to make a solo album," the tireless music maker admits. "But this was an opportunity to bring together an amazing roster of artists and make a kind of potpourri of all the things I love. At the end of the day, I'm a song guy - and working on these songs has been a way to express my passion for music, which has never been stronger."
This is my favorite all-time album. If I was stranded on an island and could choose only one CD to listen to, this would be it. When will Randy Jackson ever produce volume 2? Read morePublished 19 months ago by Doug Burke
RJ has become famous for his nice but honest guy role on TV's American Idol, but his career is quite lengthy & prolific ... Read morePublished on September 26, 2012 by Aaron Joy
This cd is incredibly boring. It's full of whiny and mediocre r&b tunes that no one would listen to twice. Read morePublished on May 30, 2011 by Jeremy L. Smith
I think this CD is hot and I am surprised most of the cuts are not getting airplay rotation. I really enjoyed the different contemporary genres of music.Published on August 5, 2008 by Jacqueline F. Mcchristian
I was encouraged to buy this by my daughter, who saw Paula Abdul's song and video on American Idol; she just wanted that track for her MP3 player, but I was quite happy to buy it... Read morePublished on July 20, 2008 by Stephen J. J. Mount
This CD has a nice mix of artists and from a variety of genres.
Considering Randy Jackson's career background (e.g. Read more
By far the song that Paula Abdul sings, Dance Like There's No Tomorrow, is the best song on there in my opinion. Read morePublished on April 9, 2008 by M. Smith
Very professional. The CD was received in a timely manner, and in good condition.
I will not hesitate to purchase from this vendor in the future..