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Emotional Bends

This album is a Dark Horse, it got past everybody. McCartney and Hynde's old guitar player can stand up against any solid album of this pop ilk. Listen to Good Punchline, McCartney gleaned a bit of this for his Chaos & Creation album, this is worth the buy. bg

A Great Album

Bought a great number of songs and albums off iTunes in '08 and surprisingly Emotional Bends was my most played album. "Joe and Me", "Roll Away", "Homesteaders" and "Oh Judy" are the hi-lights, but really all the songs are good. After listening to this it's no wonder John Mayer asked Robbie to join his band. Mr. McIntosh is my second favorite slide guitarist behind Derek Trucks.

Biography

Born: April 25, 1950 in Brighton, England

Genre: Rock

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

Guitarist Robbie McIntosh has fine-tuned himself as a desired sessions musician, and his long tenure playing alongside Paul McCartney and the Pretenders has established such notoriety. He has also rendered music with Dutch sax phenomenon Candy Dulfer, Joe Cocker, Phil Collins, Annie Lennox, and Carl Perkins, and McIntosh's expansive career hails back to the early '80s. He is classically trained, an acoustic perfectionist, and, aside from his collaborative work, Robbie McIntosh has maintained a low-profile,...
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Emotional Bends, The Robbie McIntosh Band
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 11, 2000

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