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Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Live at the Wetlands (Warner Bros.)

By: Alex Steininger

Before NY's famed Wetlands closed its doors in September of 2001, the club booked some fond farewell shows to go out with a bang. One of those shows was Robert Randolph and The Family Band's concert. The band went on stage to re-create the magic the club represented to them. The outcome is a six-track, seventy-minute album of explosive, passionate rock, running the gamut from funk, blues, R&B, and soul, while still encompassing it all under the rock banner. With bass, drums, a Hammond organ, and a pedal steel guitarist, Robert Randolph & The Family Band create sparks with their soulful, R&B-laced, groove-laden, blues-tingled sound, turning the packed house into a smoky, euphoric place where the music was the most important thing. I'll give it an A-.

Links to Robert Randolph's live performance of Ted's Jam:

Ted's Jam (56-v)
Ted's Jam (100-v)
Ted's Jam (300-v)
Ted's Jam (450-v)

Robert Randolph music downloads:

Ted's Jam (56k)
Ted's Jam (128k)
Pressing My Way (56k)
Pressing My Way (128k)

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