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Appearing in Europe and Japan in 2008 and finally seeing American release in 2010, Time & Tide is a coolly relaxed, mature effort from Robbie Dupree. Continuing his collaboration with songwriter David Sancious — they cut an album together in 2003 — Dupree eases into a smooth groove that’s considerably jazzier than anything from his early-‘80s heyday. There are echoes of Gaucho-era Steely Dan, particularly given the emphasis on keyboard-driven groove, and Michael McDonald, but this feels distinctively Dupree’s, thanks to the soulful grooves, harmonica flourishes, and focus on his warm conversation vocals. Time & Tide is somewhat out of time — it’s unconcerned with fashion, it could have been released anywhere from 1988 to 2008 — but it’s a coolly engaging, smooth jazz-soul record that arguably holds together better than his hit albums from the early ‘80s.


Born: 1947 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Rock

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

Soft rock singer Robbie Dupree was born Robert Dupuis in Brooklyn in 1947, and began his singing career in street-corner doo-wop groups. He later became infatuated with blues and R&B, and in 1970 began performing original songs around Greenwich Village clubs (and even played with future Chic guitarist Nile Rodgers). In 1973, he moved to the town of Woodstock, where he played with a number of local musicians and bands, as well as working on his songwriting. In 1978, he moved to Los Angeles in search...
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