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With no one sure if The Black Crowes are on or off hiatus anytime soon, guitarist Rich Robinson puts the riffs he has kicking around to good use on his third studio album as a solo artist. As he's the heart and soul of The Black Crowes, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that album opener here, “I Know You,” immediately kicks up a Rolling Stones–like jam, complete with a piano tinkering in the back of the mix. “Down the Road” and “One Road Hill” follow with acoustic folk-rock that recalls the Stones and early-‘70s Led Zeppelin (“Ramble On”). With drummer Joe Magistro (who worked on Robinson’s previous solo albums and briefly toured with the Crowes) and keyboardist Marco Benevento, the trio worked out the songs in the relaxed environs of Woodstock, N.Y., where the pace of life recalls Robinson’s Southern roots. This magical sense inspires the entire album, turning a full-band blast like “This Unfortunate Show” into a vintage, old-style rock ’n’ roll jam and a gorgeous tune like “In Comes from the Night” into a slowly building epic. 

Customer Reviews

Goose bumps!

This is the album the BC’s should have put out! On the mark!

Best yet

Amazing album-the band is tight and Rich has never sounded better. Best crowes solo project.

Music Fan

Buy this album right now! Start to finish, it is amazing. I would even venture to call it “Exile-ish” as you will want to listen to it in it’s entirety over and over again. It’s not a collection of singles, or a bunch of mediocre songs surrounding one or two hits, it is an ALBUM!! Rich has done an amazing job on this. The music is tremendous, and his lyrics/singing have risen to a whole new level. If you have any interest in rock music, this is an absolute must have album.


Born: May 24, 1969 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Rock

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

When the Black Crowes either broke up or went on indefinite hiatus (it depends on who you ask and sometimes when you ask), guitarist Rich Robinson spent a few months with his family at home, figuring out what to do next. There were some deaths in his extended family that just added to how strange it was adjusting to life without the Crowes, and how strange it was to be working on projects without his brother, vocalist Chris Robinson. He ended up building a studio in his Connecticut home and worked...
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