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Customer Reviews

Gerald Lambert

When I was a teenager learning how to play guitar during the early 60es, I use to watch Stanley play in the Waukegan, Illinois area and learned alot from watching him. It's because of people like Robert Syanley that inspired me and others like Herb Eimerman of "Just barely Famous" to go on with our own music and bands. Rober Stanley has come a long way since thoses days and his lattest CD Roadman's Hammer has four songs with the potential of being hits in my opinoin. They are in order: 1. Who That Girl" ***** 2. She know how to love me **** 3. Babby's like a Train **** 4. Rolling Home *** Sincerely Gerald Lambert

This is the stuff that makes music worth listening to!

Infectious, Groov-a-licious well crafted tunes. The guitar solos alone are worth the price of admission. These are not the run of the mill "look what I can do" solos, they are embelishments to the songs and help paint an interesting and dynamic musical landscape. Robert is a true song craftsman. His inventive playing is in the ranks of some of the greats of our time. This guy comes up with hook lines that get into your head and don't let go. I have been playing this CD for over a year now and it just gets better with each spin. If you put ZZ Top, Tom Petty, Stevie Ray, Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Tom Waites and Randy Neuman into a blender you just might get something along the lines of Robert Stanley. Can't wait to hear what he comes up with next.

thanks for further explanation of Chapter 29

no B sides on this cd. still glad to be a stranger here.

Roadman's Hammer, Robert Stanley
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Blues
  • Released: Apr 14, 2008

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