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Got Soul

Robert Randolph & the Family Band

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Robert Randolph is one of the rare artists who's been able to convince a sizable audience that the pedal steel guitar has a place outside country music. This is partly due to his over-the-top skills on the instrument, but just as importantly, Randolph and his Family Band have consistently shown their ability to launch a soul shakedown party of major proportions whenever they take the stage or set up in the studio. 2017's Got Soul, Randolph's fifth studio album, seems designed to capture the energy and power of Randolph and his band in full flight, and producer Matt Pierson has gone out of his way to give this material a big, rollicking sound that makes the most of the muscle and sweat of this music. While the tough, funky report of the rhythm section and the call of the organ provide the backbone of these songs, it's Randolph's pedal steel that gives Got Soul its unique sound, as the wailing peals of his instrument tear through the mix and lend this as much of a vocal presence as any instrumentalist can provide. While vintage soul and funk figures play a big role in these arrangements, Randolph's background in gospel is never entirely out of the picture, and there's a churchy passion at the heart of this music that adds plenty to the emotional resonance, especially on tracks like "Be the Change" and "Heaven's Calling." But even when Randolph is drawing on the gospels, the palpable joy of this music carries the day, and despite the presence of guest artists like Cory Henry, Anthony Hamilton, and Darius Rucker (the latter delivering one of the most emphatic vocals of his career on "Love Do What It Do"), it's Randolph & the Family Band's talent and fervor that make this album special. Got Soul is taut, joyous, heartfelt music that mixes Saturday night and Sunday morning, and the results will make you take notice any day of the week. ~ Mark Deming

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1
Got Soul 00:03:32

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Stephen Kellogg, Composer - Lenesha Randolph - Candice Anderson - Stevie Ladson - Johnny Gale, Electric Guitar - Raymond Angry, Organ - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

2
She Got Soul 00:05:28

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Anthony Hamilton, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Robert Randolph & the Family Band feat. Anthony Hamilton, Associated Performer - Johnny Gale, Composer, Electric Guitar - Shannon LaBrie, Composer - Jimmy Bralower, Composer - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Lenesha Randolph - Candice Anderson - Stevie Ladson - Raymond Angry, Organ - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

3
Love Do What It Do 00:03:42

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Darius Rucker, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Robert Randolph & the Family Band feat. Darius Rucker, Associated Performer - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Patrick Davis, Composer - Chris Gebulda, Composer - Lenesha Randolph - Candice Anderson - Matt Warren, Composer - Stevie Ladson - Johnny Gale, Electric Guitar - Raymond Angry, Organ - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

4
Shake It 00:04:01

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Karen Manno, Composer - Jimmy Bralower, Composer - Lenesha Randolph - Candice Anderson - Stevie Ladson - Johnny Gale, Electric Guitar - Raymond Angry, Organ - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - Jeff Coffin, Saxophone - Rashawn Ross, Trumpet - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

5
I Thank You 00:04:16

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Henry Cory, Associated Performer, Featured Artist, Organ - Robert Randolph & the Family Band feat. Cory Henry, Associated Performer - Isaac Hayes, Composer - David Porter, Composer - Robert Randolph, Steel Guitar - Lenesha Randolph - Candice Anderson - Stevie Ladson - Eric Gales, Electric Guitar - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

6
Be the Change 00:03:22

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Chuck Cannon, Composer - Lenesha Randolph - Armand Hutton - Candice Anderson - Stevie Ladson - Johnny Gale, Electric Guitar - Raymond Angry, Organ - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

7
Heaven's Calling 00:01:59

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

8
Find a Way 00:03:59

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Lenesha Randolph - Stevie Ladson - Eric Gales, Electric Guitar - SHEDRICK MITCHELL, Organ - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

9
I Want It 00:04:11

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Marc Roberge, Composer - Eric Krasno, Composer - Lenesha Randolph - Stevie Ladson - Joey Williams - Eric Gales, Electric Guitar - SHEDRICK MITCHELL, Organ - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

10
Travelin' Cheeba Man 00:03:25

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Composer, Drums - Eric Gales, Electric Guitar - Eric Krasno, Composer - Raymond Angry, Organ - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

11
Lovesick 00:02:47

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Robert Randolph, Composer, Steel Guitar - Drew Ramsey, Composer - Shannon Sanders, Composer - Lenesha Randolph - Eric Gales, Electric Guitar - Raymond Angry, Organ - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

12
Gonna Be All Right 00:04:24

Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jimmy Bralower, Composer - Johnny Gale, Composer, Electric Guitar - Stevie Ladson - Acantha Lang, Composer - Lenesha Randolph - Candice Anderson - Karen Manno, Composer - Robert Randolph, Steel Guitar - Raymond Angry, Organ - Derrick Hodge, Bass Guitar - Marcus Randolph, Drums - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Christopher Allen, Recording Engineer - Owen Mulholland, Assistant Engineer - Grant Valentine, Assistant Engineer - Vance Powell, Mixing Engineer - Mike Fahey, Assistant Engineer - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer

(P) 2016 Dare Records, Inc., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

Descrizione dell'album

Robert Randolph is one of the rare artists who's been able to convince a sizable audience that the pedal steel guitar has a place outside country music. This is partly due to his over-the-top skills on the instrument, but just as importantly, Randolph and his Family Band have consistently shown their ability to launch a soul shakedown party of major proportions whenever they take the stage or set up in the studio. 2017's Got Soul, Randolph's fifth studio album, seems designed to capture the energy and power of Randolph and his band in full flight, and producer Matt Pierson has gone out of his way to give this material a big, rollicking sound that makes the most of the muscle and sweat of this music. While the tough, funky report of the rhythm section and the call of the organ provide the backbone of these songs, it's Randolph's pedal steel that gives Got Soul its unique sound, as the wailing peals of his instrument tear through the mix and lend this as much of a vocal presence as any instrumentalist can provide. While vintage soul and funk figures play a big role in these arrangements, Randolph's background in gospel is never entirely out of the picture, and there's a churchy passion at the heart of this music that adds plenty to the emotional resonance, especially on tracks like "Be the Change" and "Heaven's Calling." But even when Randolph is drawing on the gospels, the palpable joy of this music carries the day, and despite the presence of guest artists like Cory Henry, Anthony Hamilton, and Darius Rucker (the latter delivering one of the most emphatic vocals of his career on "Love Do What It Do"), it's Randolph & the Family Band's talent and fervor that make this album special. Got Soul is taut, joyous, heartfelt music that mixes Saturday night and Sunday morning, and the results will make you take notice any day of the week. ~ Mark Deming

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