Crowes’ Rich Robinson Preps Solo LP

 

Marks the guitarist’s
second non-Crowes outing.

 

Black Crowes guitarist and cofounder Rich Robinson will
release his second solo album  Through
A Crooked Sun
on October 11. Robinson produced the album and guests include
Warren Haynes and Larry Campbell. The album will be released by Circle
Sound/Thirty Tigers.

 

Through A Crooked Sun finds the musical gifts that
have propelled a major career fully intact, but joined this time by a more
sentient, holistic outlook: that of a father, a son, a husband, a spiritual
being, a musician, fully integrated and more comfortable than ever in his body,
mind and soul.

 

 “The most exciting thing for me in doing my own album
is that a lot of the things that I want to express lyrically, which are very
personal, may not have space to be expressed in the band format,” says Rich.
This album chronicles his path to peace and centeredness in the aftermath of
personal turmoil. He uses the sun as a metaphor to examine his life because his
tough experiences both nourished him and blinded him at the same time.

 

Rich has also been part of a Howard Zinn film project called
The People Speak, which he found to have a common cause with the
album.

 

 

Track Listing:

1.  Gone Away

2.  It’s Not Easy

3.  Lost And Found

4.  I Don’t Hear the Sound of You

5.  Hey Fear

6.  All Along the Way

7.  Follow You Forever

8.  Standing on the Surface of the Sun

9.  Bye Bye Baby

10.  Falling Again

11.  Station Man

12.  Fire Around

 

 

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