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The guest list here is impressive: Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Robert Randolph, Tom Morello and Trent Reznor all join the elder statesman from the Band for his first album since 1998’s Contact From the Underworld of Red Boy. Robertson’s voice, always a limited animal, is used for maximum effect, adding an earthy midnight growl to these expertly played tunes that are pure professionalism. There’s a solid R&B groove working through “The Right Mistake” with Winwood on the Hammond B-3. A strong blues bite kicks up the dust for “He Don’t Live Here No More” and “Fear of Falling.” There’s a bit of autobiography backing these tracks, as the old bar-band veteran remembers his days before Dylan plucked him out of obscurity and made him a star. “She’s Not Mine” is a touching love song. “Madame X” is surprisingly gentle, considering the inclusion of Trent Reznor. “Tango for Django” is a tribute to Django Reinhardt and “Axman” is a tribute to all the other guitar heroes in Robertson’s life.


Born: 05 July 1943 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the premier songwriters of the rock era, Robbie Robertson was born July 5, 1943 in Toronto, Ontario. The son of a Jewish father and Mohawk mother, Jaime Robbie Robertson's first brush with live music came at the Six Nations Reservation, his mother's girlhood home; at the age of five, he also gained exposure to the country music of rural America. Not long after, he began taking guitar lessons from a cousin, and gradually began composing his first songs. As time wore on, his musical interests...
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