Unclassified

Unclassified

by Robert Randolph & the Family Band
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Unclassified 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
great cd...and that's great pedal steel, my dear..nonetheless one of the best live performances you'll ever catch nowadays...backing vocalist , neal casal, is def worth checking out in his own right...
Guest More than 1 year ago
I grew up with listening to tunes like this in church. We had 2 pedal steel players in our church, growing up, although they have moved away from using these dynamic instruments in today's services. But I miss kind of musicianship being in our services. BUt this music is HOT and makes it hard to listen and be still, its a real mover!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When Robert Randolph And The Family Band took the rock scene by storm in the early-2000's and became another star on the Jam Band circuit, he would be hailed by the music press as a fresh and diverse voice in rock and roll which would result with a highly successful recording contract with Warner Brothers. Starting with his dazzling debut live CD Live At The Wetlands in 2002, the band's rise to fame would be complete as the album became a blockbuster success as it topped the rock chats--and the band would be selected by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the Best New Artists To Look Out For In 2002. Then with the release of their studio album Unclassified in 2003, the future of Robert Randolph and his band was finally solidified when the CD topped the rock rock charts while it again showcased Randolph's electrifying steel pedal or guitar solos and the band's high-rocking energetic tone during their explosive rise to fame. So if you are interested in great high-swinging rock and roll with an energetic tone, then I would strongly suggest that you pick up both Live At The Wetlands and Unclassified. With five CD's added to their credit, including Above The Rest (2005), Colorblind (2006) and their upcoming CD in 2009, we will be hearing a lot more of Robert Randolph And The Family Band for a long time. The band is unique!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great slide guitar....legendary! I would hardly classify this under the religious music because it is way more jam, although they have connections to many soulful tunes. Wonderful show at Bonnaroo! Do not miss!
Guest More than 1 year ago
THE SONGS ON 'UNCLASSIFIED'CAN DIG INTO YOUR BRAIN. TOO WELL. AFTER ONE LISTEN, ESPECIALLY ON "I NEED MORE LOVE", YOU FEEL LIKE YOU'VE ENJOYED THE SONG FOR A YEAR. AND UNLIKE MOST MODERN MUSIC, LISTENING WILL MAKE YOU FEEL HAPPY. BEST PART: WHEN IT SEEMS LIKE THE SONG IS DRAGGING ON, ROBERT RANDOLPH'S ROARING GUITAR PARTS YELL AT YOU FOR FULL ATTENTION. YOU MUST BUY THIS.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago