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Record Label   Warner Bros Rec
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 4.88" Width: 5.82" Height: 0.39"
Weight:   0.21 lbs.
Binding  CD
Release Date   Oct 10, 2006
Publisher   WORD INC. (MUSIC) #38
ISBN  0012399965  
EAN  0093624439325  
UPC  093624439325  

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Track Names
1.  Ain't Nothing Wrong With That
2.  Deliver Me
3.  Diane
4.  Angels
5.  Jesus Is Just Alight -- feat. Eric Clapton
6.  Stronger -- feat. Leela James
7.  Thrill Of It
8.  Blessed
9.  Love Is The Only Way In -- feat. Dave Matthe
10.  Thankful 'N Thoughtful
11.  Homecoming

Item Description...
Ain?t Nothing Wrong With That
2. Deliver Me
3. Diane
4. Angels
5. Jesus Is Just Alright
6. Stronger
7. Thrill Of It
8. Blessed
9. Love Is The Only Way
10. Thankful N? Thoughtful
11. Homecoming

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Robert Randolph And The Family Band

Style: Rock Urban

It's been three long years and hundreds of tour stops since Dove Award-winning and Grammy-nominated Robert Randolph & The Family Band released their critically acclaimed debut, Unclassified. Their second studio album, Colorblind, boasts some of the industry's best producers, including Mark Batson (Dave Matthews Band, Gwen Stefani) and Pete Kipley (Mark Schultz, MercyMe). Robert reached a new level of comfort collaborating with many different songwriters on this album, while keeping his love of rock, R&B and Gospel genres front and center on the pedal steel. As the title suggests, Colorblind is not only for those fans who love Robert Randolph & The Family Band, but anyone who is appreciative of the different genres of music that this album represents.

* Produced by Mark Batson, Victor and Cedric Caldwell, Pete Kipley, Drew Ramsey, Shannon Sanders and Tommy Sims
* Co-writers include Steve McEwan (Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney), Tommy Sims (who has written with Eric Clapton and Bonnie Raitt) and Jeff Trot (Sheryl Crow)
* Robert Randolph & The Family Band 2004 Dove Award winners for the album,Unclassified
* Two Grammy nominations 'Best Rock Gospel Album' and 'Best Rock Instrumental Performance' ("Squeeze"), Unclassified
* Nationally-known group with multiple television appearances onThe Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Live with Regis and Kelly, Austin City Limits and others


1. Ain't Nothing Wrong With That
2. Deliver Me
3. Diane
4. Angels
5. Jesus Is Just Alright
6. Stronger
7. Thrill Of It
8. Blessed
9. Love Is The Only Way
10. Thankful N' Thoughtful
11. Homecoming

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Colorblind - Robert Randolph & The Family Band 4.5!!  Mar 18, 2007
In my humble opinion... it is quite refreshing to hear the beat of 70s Funk, Soul and a stab of adding hip-hop mixed. "There ain't nothing wrong with that".

I first heard Robert Randolph & The Family Band on Letterman. All was quiet, the lights were out and next thing I hear stomping, clapping and a lap-steel guitar. I was awake! Robert's energy is high and contagious! I am excited for Unclassified, as it received higher ratings and also checking out his other appearances on "Power of Soul, a Tribute to Jimi Hendrix" and hearing his "Live at the Wetlands".

If you enjoy good 'ole fashioned 70's funk, soul mixed with Southern Rock, give it a whirl!
Great opening track but..................  Feb 15, 2007
Great opening track but.........
I heard this artist for the first time on The Late show. Wow-energy, rocked out "Aint nothin' wrong with that". Blew me away enough to order this album unheard before it's been released here in New Zealand. Unfortunately for me, I found this album a bit overblown in a 70's funk way. Randall is a brilliant musician, as are the rest of the band and I could not see the point of the guest artists, you can barely notice them.....maybe the record company thought this was a good point of sale ploy? By halfway through I was wanting something more bare-bones and harder edge. It's just not my bag, but if you want well played, updated Sly and the Family Stone, go for it! I am sufficiently impressed by the playing to watch out for future releases and maybe check out his previous offerings.
Colorblind drips with soul funk and 70's vibe  Feb 13, 2007
I remember the day Joshua Tree came out. As I walked home from school my mom met me half way and drove me to the mall. That day I had snuck a radio into school, the local radio station playing one song off the album at the top of the hour. I haven't been that excited for an album release since. Now I'm not saying there's a comparisson between Colorblind and Joshua Tree, but when I heard Robert Randolph was releasing a new cd, it brought back some of those old feelings. Unclassified blew me away, it was soul, it was funk, it was church and a backyard bar-b-que on a perfect summmers day. It made me want to rejoice in The Lord and sink my teeth in some chicken smothered in sauce. Mesmorized by this steel guitar player, I searched for anything with his fingerprints on it and picked up Live At The Wetlands. Now I had to see these guys live. When I did he had the hall jumping like a pentecostal rock-n-roll church. They do this section where they all switch instruments that just has to be seen. So expections were high for Colorblind, and Eric Clapton playing on Jesus Is Just Alright?! I was in a pre release fenzy.
By track 3 something was wrong. The music wasn't reaching me the way Unclassified did. My soul wasn't responding. But what it was that was amiss I could't tell...wait did he just sing..."there's something funky in my brain, there's something chunky in my train..."?!...yes he did , but i could get past that. I quickly logged on to this site to see what some of you had to say. Words like "smooth" and "slick" and "overproduced" were thrown around, and i finally could put my finger on what it was that seperated Colorblind from Unclassified. The music here is very well polished, a little too clean for my liking. Isn't soul and funk meant to be a little dirty?
I get the impression after the success of Unclassified Mr. Randolph caught the attention of the music industry. Mr. Industry in his 3 piece suit , cigar in mouth, put his arm around Robert and said ..."Robbie, baby we're gonna make your music big reallt big, how bout the producer for Dre, I can make it happen, how bout Clapton?, got his number right here..." My impression grew with validity when I read in DRUM magazine that they almost replaced the drummer on this cd becaus his playing wasn't clean enough.
On 3 or 4 trax there's a spoken overdub opening the song and after awhile a half expected to hear ..."Robert Randolph repre---senting North Jersey..." As for Eric Clapton on Jesus is just Alright, I could barely pick out his guitar playing and wonder if his name wasn't thrown on the cover for the weight it carries.
Having said all the above the music still comes through. The funk and soul dripping with 70's vibe, is still present and i have a feeling it would take much more than over production to sqeulch the spirit in the FAMILY BAND's music.
"Deliver Me" is a great song that could go over in a church or a club. the cover of the Dobbies Jesus Is Just Alright, is a great version, and I have a feeling its going to be stretched to an all out jam, when I see them this Friday at the Electric Factory in Philly. The cd ends with a song that i'm certain will close their concerts, aptly titled "Homecoming" The song chronicles the cities the band has played to. The chorus here is thick and powerful. One of the few songs to benefit from overproduction
Guys stay away from the suit and ties running/ruining the music industry. Your music has soul,spirit,and, funk and the human imperfections only lend to it. It stands proudly on its own in this shallow, dollar inspired, heartless, insipid, supermarket soundtrack music-age we now live in.
Not quite as good as Unclassified, but still worth it  Jan 9, 2007
This album is catchy, but I don't think it is as catchy and raw as his previous album, Unclassified. I enjoy the songs, but what I enjoy most about Robert Randolph is when he goes nuts on the pedal steel. I really enjoy the upbeat tone of this record and the fact that it is great to listen to in the car. Good to see someone singing about positive things, as well!
The cover of "Jesus is Just Alright" is a highlight.
Mediocre  Jan 7, 2007
Robert Randolph & The Family Band is growing larger in popularity, so I guarantee you the record company got more involved with Colorblind and the result is this over produced mediocrity. "Hey Rob, big guy, the trades are already screamin' smash, but you need more guest stars and yeah, use this producer too, we need a bigger sound." I sure hope Randolph doesn't fall into that cliche' again when it comes to the 4th CD.

If you haven't heard their first two CD's or never seen them live, then yes, you will like Colorblind. If you have Unclassified or Wetlands, or better yet seen this band live, then this CD will be a disapointment. "Deliver Me" is the lone song that reaches the same energy and overall level of music of their first two CD's. The "guest stars" are a tacked on sales pitch to sell more CDs without offering any better quality than the Family Band can produce on their own.

Colorblind is a dissapointment to this Robert Randolph fan.


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