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  • Audio CD (June 29, 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • ASIN: B000000WGH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,785 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Winwood outdid his earlier '80s success with his biggest album ever, this #1 smash from '88. He fused melodic pop-rock with soulful R&B, scoring the hits Don't You Know What the Night Can Do?; Holding On; Hearts on Fire , and the #1-hit title tune!

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I rate this one as one of the best albums of the 80s.
Rollie Anderson
I'm one of those nerds you used to know who used to care for his record albums like they were his children.
Geezer
Roll With It is a song I just enjoy dancing and listening to any time.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "sebulbaneze" on November 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I have to start by saying that I don't listen to a ton of music in this genre....whatever that may be....beer commercial music???
I love this disc....it's not perfect, but Steve has a touch to both the music and his voice that puts everything he does a notch above the competition....it's instantly catchy, and instantly recognizable -- AND IT'S NICE TO HAVE SOMEONE TO SAY THAT ABOUT OTHER THAN BRITTNEY SPEARS AND NSYNC!!!!
(please forget i mentioned them -- i'm venting!!!!)...the radio was just as saturated with Steve Winwood around the time this album came out, as it is with the girl and boy bands now that are so ridiculous....
But songs like "Holding On," "Shining Song" and "Roll With It" are worthy of all the airplay they have ever gotten.....
Everything on this disc is good, most of it borders on great, but "Don't You Know What The Night Can Do" (one of my favorite songs ever) is completely unforgettable.....and worth getting this CD for, alone!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Seim on July 22, 2002
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"Roll With It" could have been called "Back in the High Life II." Both feature tasteful, intelligent, and irresistably catchy adult pop-rock. Here, Winwood continues to perfect some of the forms he began experimenting with in the early '80s. The life-affiming 1982 anthem "Still in the Game" serves as a precursor to "Shining Song," 1982's gentle ballad "There's a River" leads up to "One More Morning," and the city-at-night soundscapes of 1980's "Night Train" and 1982's "Talking Back to the Night" serve as rough demos for the classic "Don't You Know What the Night Can Do?" If anything, though, "Roll With It" is grittier and more rootsy than his previous solo releases, incorporating some of Winwood's earliest R&B influences - especially on the irresistable title track. By bringing together and perfecting so many of his earlier musical influences, Steve Winwood made "Roll With It" one of the best albums of the 1980s.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rollie Anderson on December 1, 2004
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I understand Steve's yearning to return to a simpler sound as he did on his latest cd but, for me, this is his true calling. I rate this one as one of the best albums of the 80s. It literally jumps out of the speakers with enthusiasm and infectious rhythms every time I put it on. I love the horns, the background singers, the drums, the tight arrangements and clear sound and, of course, Steve's wonderful vocals throughout. This is just one great album.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hindburn on August 7, 2001
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Released two years after the excellent and deservedly very successful 'Back in the high life', 'Roll with it' sees Steve Winwood moving back more towards his roots, and returning to a somewhat more traditional rhythm and blues sound. Rather than complex synthesizer and percussion arrangements, 'Roll with it' is dominated by piano and organ, with punchy horns from the famed American trumpet/sax duo the Memphis Horns, and the drums of John Robinson well to the fore. The use of these natural rhythm section instruments gives the album a somewhat more organic and flowing feel than its predecessor. The powerful production sound of Tom Lord Alge has evolved significantly and gives the record a very bright and urgent quality, and even the cover, showing a mature Winwood looking self-assured in jeans and leather jacket, hints at the tough and uncompromising R&B style of the record. Two tracks ('Dancing shoes 'and 'Shining song') are not so memorable, but the rest are excellent, my particular favourites being the gospelly ballads 'One more morning' and 'The morning side', and the driving title track.
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1 of 0 people found the following review helpful By PATRICK J.POWERS on May 5, 2007
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Roll With It is a song I just enjoy dancing and listening to any time. This is one of his best and still rocks on after some 20 years! There are some other great tracks but Roll With It is the best!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By H3@+h on January 30, 2006
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I admit this album reminds me of his last one in a few ways. Mostly because I think half of the 8 tracks are excellent, and of course the other half is just so-so. Obviously, like "Back In The Highlife", it's the singles that really shine here. The title track is a great upbeat song, even if it was overplayed at the time, and I really do like "Holding On" as well. However, it's "Don't You Know What The Night Can Do" that keeps this in my collection. It's link to the late 80's beer commercial has faded from my memory, and now I just enjoy it as the great song it is. This is a good album for any fan, but what he really needs now is a simple 15-20 track "Greatest Hits" of his solo years, or a double including everything he's done.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By susumu-5 on February 14, 2001
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Although being hard rock fans for a long time, sometimes I need time to relax a bit. Particularly at night. In that occasion I turn to Dan Forgelburg, Inside Job(Don Henley), Jackson Browne and Steve Winwood.
Am I a minority that thinks Talking Back To The Night is the best Steve Winwood album I have heard so far? Roll With It is nearly as good as that masterpiece. If your first encounter with Steve Winwood is Back In The High Life it might be true that this album sounds bland. But the rest of five tracks which didn't become singles are great in its own right. Particularly I like Put On Your Dancing Shoes a lot.
This Steve Winwood has subtle beauty and that is what adult rock is all about.
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