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Rock 'n' Roll is not dead--it's flying like a phoenix
on July 19, 2007
When "Ain't Nothing Wrong with that" came on the car radio, I was alternately dialing the station to find the name of the song and writing down lyrics. (No, I wasn't driving!) I bought the song on iTunes and then waited not-so-patiently for the CD to come from Amazon. "Colorblind" would have been worth full price, but waiting is good--sometimes.
"Ain't Nothing Wrong with That" starts this CD with a party and the rock doesn't stop til the end. Okay, the styles vary enough to make things really interesting, but there's a core of solid rocked out soul interwoven into this CD that shines through.
"Jesus is just Allright" with Clapton is the best version since the Byrds. I also enjoyed both Leela Jones soulful groove and Dave Matthews. Really, there's not a bad song on this CD. It very much reminds me of the rock I used to love growing up.
The one good thing about coming to this CD almost a year late is that I don't have to wait so long for the next Robert Randolph CD.