|Title: Stone Rollin'
Artist: Raphael Saadiq
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Many a person will associate the title "Stone Rollin'" from Raphael Saadiq's new album with music that sounds familiar. Some might think of The Rolling Stones while others will remember the song "Rollin'Stone" from Muddy Waters. Raphael's album contains ten tracks plus a hidden track.
Just as on his previous album "The Way I See It" you will hear vintage sounds on "Stone Rollin". On "The Way I See It" the well Raphael poured from was the motown sound. On "Stone Rollin'" Raphael Saadiq dives more into the blues, rock n'roll and funk.
The album starts with the song "Heart Attack" that is influenced by "Dance To The Music" from Sly & The Family Stone. On "Go To Hell" the next track on the album the spirit of Motown is in the air. The times of The Fonz with Happy Days are here again when you listen to "Radio". You will also have precious memories from rock and roll legend Fats Domino with Raphael Saadiq's "Day Dreams". The album "Stone Rollin'" might be regarded in away as a musical history tour. This album will possibly refresh your mind and it might encourage you to rediscover some great artists. Do not worry if you don't know their names because Raphael will set you on the right track by mentioning them. In the lovely track "Moving Down The Line" he refers to Leon Ware. Larry Graham from Graham Central Station sings for you and plays bass guitar on the hidden track.(TA)
Stand Out Tracks: Go To Hell, Radio, Moving Down The Line, Good Man, The Answer
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