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Too long between albums

What a great sound. Just buy it now!!!

Randolph at his best!

If you are not yet convinced that Robert Randolph is in the elite class of guitarists known as the best to ever play, this should do it! Aside from a live show I attended a few years back this is his best work. Medeski is also amazing on the organ and Having the North Mississippi Allstars as a rhythm section is a groovy thing indeed. Songs vary greatly from old-time church gospel to funk to full-on psychedelic rock. But it's Randolph's pedal steel that shines a glorious light through it all. He plays everything slide with a precision unheard of prior to his arrival. This guy is the closest thing to Jimi Hendrix today. If Jimi played pedal steel it would probably sound like this!!

The Word Soul Food

Great follow up album from their 2001 release. Sacred Steel lives on from a new generation.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A blues/jam rock supergroup consisting of brothers Cody and Luther Dickinson, and Chris Chew (collectively, they formed North Mississippi Allstars), John Medeski (one-third of jazz-funksters Medeski, Martin & Wood), and gospel/pedal steel phenomenon Robert Randolph (of the famed Sacred Steel series on Arhoolie and his Family Band). Long a dream project of the Dickinsons and Medeski, the gospel album finally came to be with the inclusion of Randolph, a player whom the two had long admired and tried...
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