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Robert Randolph's fans are no doubt familiar with his pedal steel–driven brand of jam-band rock, R&B, blues, and gospel. They also probably know that he comes out of the sacred steel tradition, where the guitar is placed in a gospel setting and highlighted much in the same way a great singer would be. Here he shines the spotlight on Chuck and Darick Campbell, Aubrey Ghent, and Calvin Cooke—all of whom have spent their lives playing in church. There are original religious songs here like “No Cheap Seats in Heaven” and “Catch That Train,” as well as traditionals like “Wade in the Water” and “Motherless Children.” But the biggest revelation comes when they find deeper meaning in secular material, such as a great new version of Gregg Allman’s “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’,” George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” (with Blind Boys’ Jimmy Carter singing lead), and Fatboy Slim’s “Praise You” (featuring singer Shemekia Copeland), which is undoubtedly the biggest surprise here. Some may be disappointed that Randoph doesn’t leave the producer's chair to play, but one listen should wipe away all concerns.

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Just seen them last night amazing show great music!!! Loved the old a school flavor. A hit for sure!!!

A Great Surprise

I just saw them in Bloomington opening for JJ Grey. They were amazing. i didn't have cash or I would have bought their music at the table. They have a great groove and powerful vocals, what's not too love.

The Real Deal

Best new thing I've heard an a while. Their version of "Don't Keep Me Wondering" will more than satisfy Allman Brothers fans.


Formed: 2012

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '10s

The Slide Brothers incorporate the sacred steel tradition in gospel music with rock, funk, and blues. Members of the quartet, Calvin Cooke, Chuck Campbell, Darick Campbell, and Aubrey Ghent, were raised in The Church of the Living God, where they had an opportunity to perform and travel at an early age. Throughout the years, the group has played live together sporadically, but hadn't released an album until 2012. Recorded for the jazz-based Concord label, the self-titled debut was co-produced by...
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