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Album: Get There - Single

Artist: Robert Randolph & The Family Band

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For Get There - Single By Artist Robert Randolph & The Family Band

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Get There Robert Randolph & The Family Band 4:02 USD 0.99

Reviews For Get There - Single By Artist Robert Randolph & The Family Band

  • Friday Night Knicks on MSG!!!!!

    5
    By hfjnkchgreitrf
    It is a great song!!!! Can't wait for next Friday Night Knicks x3!!!!!
  • best ever

    5
    By knicks456
    this is awesome
  • Here's the deal...

    5
    By Beerboy14
    I have listened to this song 40 times in two days. Sick Nasty.
  • Great song! I love this jam

    5
    By 12soldier
    Faster blues like rhythm with some great abilities of the band to make you want to get up and move. I've loved everything RR and the FB have put out thus far. This song is another one of those you just don't want to put away. Great work with a mix of blues, funk, rock, and solid piece of work.
  • GREAT!!!

    5
    By Akorne10
    RRFB HAS DONE IT AGAIN!!!! I LOVE THOSE GUYS AND THEY'RE STYLE!!! REPPIN THE STEEL 4 LIFE!!! BE BLESSED!!!
  • I love this

    5
    By s and D
    Sounds like "aint nothing wrong with that" to me....i love that song....id love to hear a whole record of that......
  • A long wait, and worth every second.

    5
    By Jason Capp
    I remember the day Colorblind came out in 2006, and it was one of the best purchases I made in a long, long time. Since then, it's just been a matter of waiting for Robert Randolph and the Family Band to grace us with new material. Well, the wait is coming closer to an end, and this single, "Get There," is absolutely fantastic! You can obviously tell that T-Bone Burnette (Producer of Allison Kraus and Robert Plant's recent album) has had his hand in this project. He has really helped the Family Band to be able to grab onto their own sound and run with it. "Get There" is just a sample of what's to come, and knowing what T-Bone is capable of, Robert Randolph's 4th album might just be the best one to date. This goes to show that this talented band is actually learning with age instead of wasting all of their talent in their freshman and sophomore releases, like so many bands and artists do in this day and age.

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