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We Walk This Road (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about We Walk This Road (Deluxe Version) by Robert Randolph & The Family Band. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:07:40 minutes.

Artist: Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Release date: 2010
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:07:40
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No. Title Length
1. Segue 1 0:25
2. Traveling Shoes 3:48
3. Segue 2 0:09
4. Back to the Wall 3:30
5. Shot of Love 5:36
6. I Still Belong to Jesus 6:01
7. Segue 3 0:27
8. If I Had My Way 5:35
9. Segue 4 0:21
10. Don't Change 4:47
11. I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier Mama 5:49
12. Walk Don't Walk 4:05
13. Segue 5 0:19
14. Dry Bones 3:42
15. Segue 6 0:16
16. I'm Not Listening 5:03
17. Salvation 5:59
18. Take My Hand (Bonus Track) 3:51
19. Don't Let the Devil Ride (Bonus Track) 4:23
20. Memphis Beat (Bonus Track) 3:34



Robert Randolph hired T-Bone Burnett to produce his latest album and to educate Randolph on the secular blues music that he was never allowed to listen to as a child. Take Randolph and his Family Band’s instrumental prowess and throw it into the deep blues and you have an amazing combination. Randolph and his band are young men discovering a fresh new terrain, so whether it’s Blind Willie Johnson’s “If I Had My Way” sending Randolph to the Mississippi Delta with guest Ben Harper, or John Lennon’s “I Don’t Wanna Be a Soldier Mama,” with guitarist Doyle Bramhall II, it all comes out with a blistering intensity that’s hard to replicate. Prince’s “Walk Don’t Walk” has a restrained funk to its pop-friendly production. Bob Dylan’s “Shot of Love” sounds like the heavens opening with Randolph synching things up to his gospel roots. The originals, written with Burnett, fit in nicely alongside this roots exploration. “Dry Bones” is excellent modern electric blues. The deluxe version comes with three worthy bonus cuts that further drive home the fact that this is one serious collection of musicians likely to be with us for a very long time.