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Supernatural Extra tracks, Import


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Robben Ford is one of the premier electric guitarists today, particularly known for his blues playing, as well as his ability to be comfortable in a variety of musical contexts. A five-time Grammy nominee, he has played with artists as diverse as Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Witherspoon, Miles Davis, George Harrison, Phil Lesh, Bonnie Raitt, Michael McDonald, Bob Dylan, John Mayall, Greg Allman, John ... Read more in Amazon's Robben Ford Store

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  • Audio CD (July 16, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Mca Japan
  • ASIN: B00001NFLU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,092,736 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Let Me In
2. Supernatural
3. Nothing To Nobody
4. Water For The Wicked
5. Don't Lose Your Faith In
6. Hey Brother
7. Deaf Dumb & Blind
8. If
9. When I Cry Today
10. You Got Me Knockin
11. Lovin Cup
12. Jimmy's Dream

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People either love it or hate it.
Charles Rathmann
Its not really blues blues...nor is it really jazz jazz...which I love both of those Robben's styles.
SixnStones
Steller guitar work by Robben Ford as always!
Sharon L Sullivan

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 3, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Supernatural is Robben Ford's first pop album and conceptually is not unlike a typical Eric Clapton album which sprinkles a couple of blues tunes among a collection of ballads/rock/funk/gospel numbers. While there's nothing particularly unique about the mix of songs on this album, it's definitely a departure from the guitar-heavy albums Robben has made before.
The musicianship on the album is, naturally, top flight. And there are plenty of stellar guitar solos to escape into. My main struggle is that the songwriting doesn't keep pace. Over his career, Robben has penned some solid tunes (When I Leave Here from Handful of Blues is my personal favorite), but on balance, I'm partial to the covers he's done. While I don't dislike Supernatural, and it's grown on me somewhat after a dozen or so listenings, I haven't found myself particularly drawn to it either. (Because I'm a longtime fan of Robben's I gave this CD many more spins than I might have otherwise.)
Still I applaud him for trying new things -- especially string arrangements! I'd get bored if he were to release nothing but Blue Line-esque albums. (I must admit though, that my favorite song on Supernatural is the Blue Line-esque "Nothing to Nobody" -- not an example of Robben exploring new territories.) The songs on Supernatural are nice, but I can't imagine anyone rushing to cover any of them. Many of the songs are reminiscent of other aritists: I hear strains of Steely Dan and even later Steve Winwood, but there's nothing here that's bold or original.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Robben Ford's "Supernatural" is now 5 years old and is certainly aging well. My favorite track is the bluesy "Nothing to Nobody." Ford's juicy guitar weeps woefully, "The preacher on Sunday tells me I'm just another child of God; Lord, if you're there & if you care, could you see fit to answer my prayer?" "Water for the Wicked" was co-written with the Doobie Brothers' Michael McDonald and has plenty of that blue-eyed funk & soul. "Don't Lose Your Faith In Me" experiments with a clever string arrangement on a soft samba-like track. One of my personal favorites is the little-known David Batteau who co-wrote "Hey, Brother" with Ford that is a great track about trying to heal injured friendships. Another addictive track is the funky "Deaf, Dumb & Blind," "I couldn't see when you showed your love to me; I was thinking only of myself & missing all that light from you." Ford cuts a slow smoking groove on the Arthur Alexander classic, "You Got Me Knockin'" with Ricky Peterson's soulful Hammond B3 organ swelling the emotional wave. The set closes with Paul Butterfield's toe-tapper "Lovin' Cup." "Supernatural" is a good set with enough strong tracks to warrant a second listen five years later! Enjoy!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "rukiddingme85044" on May 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Robben Ford is not only a guitar player. He's also an amazing writer. People need to wake up and notice these songs. These are real songs written by a real guy.
This album is the perfect "classic rock" album. If this album came out in 1979 it would have been huge. (Especially since it's got Michael MacDonald guest singing!). That's not to say this album is dated, it's not. It's lyrically very timely, but the music has a classic southern rock feel that reminds me of great old album oriented music from the 70s.
Water for the Wicked (with Michael MacDonald) is the perfect fusion of blues and soul rock. Supernatural is a great straight ahead blues rock track. If and Don't Lose Your faith in me both make me want to cry. And the dude can play the guitar like no one's business. I'd like to see him rock out with Santana (Rob Thomas [stinks]). If this had a good fast straight ahead rock instrumental, I'd been in my absolute glory!
This is absolute perfect Saturday night getting ready to go out music...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "ken714" on December 30, 1999
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robben really landed this one! this is his best yet , highlights/ hey brother, a great soul, funkster! i've read negative reviews from a blues magazine, saying that its not bluesy enough, well! thats whats wrong with this gendre, no room to grow , thats why blues as an art form is in big trouble, theres no room to grow! too much close mindedness and not enough listening, robben has a great cd no matter what these close minded critics say! why can't good music be just that! GOOD MUSIC! stop being so close minded! rock on robben!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Charles Rathmann on December 29, 1999
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Reading the reviews for this disc, it seems there are two schools of thought. People either love it or hate it. I love it. As a guitarist, I have long admired Robben's lyrical approach to the instrument. But this album marries his blues/jazz chops with some good, coherent songs that move! I was impressed by the quality of Robben's song writing, which was given short shrift on his more guitaristic releases. But with the addition of some quality keys to flesh out he sound, Ford branches out into new melodic territory that, as mentioned by other reviewers, has a Steely Dan/70s feel to it. Some people I know did have to listen to the disc a couple of times for it to gel for them. If the disc comes off as uninspiring to you -- listen to it again.
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