Chris Robinson Brotherhood Servants of the Sun

Servants of the Sun

Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Released on June 14, 2019 by Silver Arrow Records

Main artist: Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Genre: Pop/Rock > Rock

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For his sixth studio album with the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, the eponymous frontman melds the Southern rock boogie of his past—in Georgia's the Black Crowes—with the mellow vibes and canyon psychedelia so associated with his adopted home state of California. The band may not be reinventing the wheel, but they have good taste. You can hear traces of The Mamas and The Papas in the swirling harmonies of "Venus in Chrome" and a nod to the Allman Brothers in the ballad "Stars Fell on California." Apparently, among those stars is where Robinson and Co. want to be. Cosmic guitars dominate "A Smiling Epitaph" and wanderer’s lope "Comin' Round the Mountain," while the instrumental "Madder Rose Interlude" is a retro spaceman jam. Always, though, CRB adds fresh customization to their echoes of influence: fusion-jazz shimmers on opener "Stone Earthly Delights," shuffling rhythms and rollicking keyboards for "Let It Fall." It's not a stretch to imagine "The Chauffeur's Daughter" or "Rare Birds" on a Crowes record, but right now Robinson sounds like he's just where he should be. © Qobuz

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Album : 1 disk - 10 tracks Total length : 00:49:33

  1. 1 Some Earthly Delights

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  2. 2 Let It Fall

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  3. 3 Rare Birds

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  4. 4 Venus in Chrome

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  5. 5 Stars Fell on California

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  6. 6 Comin' Round the Mountain

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  7. 7 The Chauffeur's Daughter

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  8. 8 Dice Game

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  9. 9 Madder Rose Interlude

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

  10. 10 A Smiling Epitaph

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood, MainArtist Copyright : (C) 2019 Silver Arrow Records (P) 2019 Silver Arrow Records

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  • For his sixth studio album with the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, the eponymous frontman melds the Southern rock boogie of his past—in Georgia's the Black Crowes—with the mellow vibes and canyon psychedelia so associated with his adopted home state of California. The band may not be reinventing the wheel, but they have good taste. You can hear traces of The Mamas and The Papas in the swirling harmonies of "Venus in Chrome" and a nod to the Allman Brothers in the ballad "Stars Fell on California." Apparently, among those stars is where Robinson and Co. want to be. Cosmic guitars dominate "A Smiling Epitaph" and wanderer’s lope "Comin' Round the Mountain," while the instrumental "Madder Rose Interlude" is a retro spaceman jam. Always, though, CRB adds fresh customization to their echoes of influence: fusion-jazz shimmers on opener "Stone Earthly Delights," shuffling rhythms and rollicking keyboards for "Let It Fall." It's not a stretch to imagine "The Chauffeur's Daughter" or "Rare Birds" on a Crowes record, but right now Robinson sounds like he's just where he should be. © Qobuz

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