The Thrill Of It All
The Thrill of It All is the first single to be taken from Robert Randolph new release 'Colorblind' that is due to hit stores on September 25th 2006.
With Colorblind, Robert Randolph and the Family Band have taken the difficult leap from being great performing artists to being great recording artists. Since emerging from a House of God church in Orange, New Jersey steeped in the "sacred steel" tradition, Randolph's astonishing pedal steel playing has had a revolutionary impact. The big step this time around was the decision to collaborate with other songwriters, including Tommy Sims (who has written songs with Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, and Garth Brooks), Jeff Trott (Sheryl Crow), Mark Batson (Dave Matthews Band, Gwen Stefani), and the team of Drew Ramsey and Shannon Sanders (India.Arie, Heather Hedley).
As the album's title indicates, the results on Colorblind range from infectious R&B to timeless ballads. "Ain't Nothin' Wrong with That" is a sure-fire party-starter, while "Blessed" presents Randolph's more spiritual, introspective side. And, there is a blistering version of the Byrds' "Jesus is Just Alright With Me," featuring Randolph and Clapton - who became a close friend and mentor to the younger artist when they toured together - in a blazing guitar battle recorded live in the studio.
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