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Rich Man

Doyle Bramhall II

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Doyle Bramhall II put his solo recording career into hibernation following the 2001 release of Welcome, choosing to concentrate on his thriving career as a sideman and producer. It was hard to blame him for deciding upon this route, not when Eric Clapton picked him as a lieutenant guitarist and Elton John, Sheryl Crow, and Derek Trucks all regularly came calling. Bramhall channels all this experience into Rich Man, his first album in 17 years and also his best. The key to the success of Rich Man is how he loads up the album with thick, funky rhythms, pushing soul over blues over the course of its 13 tracks. Which isn't to say that he either downplays his guitar prowess or opts out of adventure: he dabbles in Middle Eastern flair on "Saharan Crossing," while the nearly ten-minute "The Samanas" plays like a miniature rock opera. By closing the album with a slow, churning rendition of "Hear My Train a Comin'," he consciously reconnects with blues-rock, but early in the record he's riding mellower Southern soul grooves and concentrating on tight songwriting. And that's the trick of the album: it starts expansive and keeps expanding, taking in all the sounds and styles he's played over the last 17 years.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Mama Can't Help You
00:04:22

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

2
November
00:05:08

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

3
The Veil
00:04:53

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

4
My People
00:06:55

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - JAMES GADSON, Composer - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Composer, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

5
New Faith
00:04:51

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

6
Keep You Dreamin'
00:05:00

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

7
Hands Up
00:06:46

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Composer, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - Abe Rounds, Composer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

8
Rich Man
00:05:23

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

9
Harmony
00:05:43

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - ELIZABETH ZIMAN, Composer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

10
Cries Of Ages
00:05:35

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

11
Saharan Crossing
00:03:02

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

12
The Samanas
00:09:54

Doyle Bramhall II, Composer, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer - KZ Jones, Composer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

13
Hear My Train A Comin'
00:05:08

Doyle Bramhall II, Producer, Recording Producer, MainArtist - Jimi Hendrix, Composer - Michael Harris, Producer, Co-Producer - Andy Taub, Producer, Co-Producer - Woody Jackson, Producer, Co-Producer - Adam Minkoff, Producer, Co-Producer

℗ 2016 Rich Man LLC.

Album Description

Doyle Bramhall II put his solo recording career into hibernation following the 2001 release of Welcome, choosing to concentrate on his thriving career as a sideman and producer. It was hard to blame him for deciding upon this route, not when Eric Clapton picked him as a lieutenant guitarist and Elton John, Sheryl Crow, and Derek Trucks all regularly came calling. Bramhall channels all this experience into Rich Man, his first album in 17 years and also his best. The key to the success of Rich Man is how he loads up the album with thick, funky rhythms, pushing soul over blues over the course of its 13 tracks. Which isn't to say that he either downplays his guitar prowess or opts out of adventure: he dabbles in Middle Eastern flair on "Saharan Crossing," while the nearly ten-minute "The Samanas" plays like a miniature rock opera. By closing the album with a slow, churning rendition of "Hear My Train a Comin'," he consciously reconnects with blues-rock, but early in the record he's riding mellower Southern soul grooves and concentrating on tight songwriting. And that's the trick of the album: it starts expansive and keeps expanding, taking in all the sounds and styles he's played over the last 17 years.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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