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The Magic Door by Chris Robinson

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Appaloosa

Chris Robinson

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Label: Silver Arrow Records
Recorded at the same time as the band's first album, The Magic Door bears a similar warmth in its production, with Adam MacDougall's keyboard playing once again lending Robinson and co. legitimacy sound-wise. The main difference between the two albums is a stronger soul feel this time around, coupled with tripped-out jamming, which makes for a super laid-back vibe, even when the tempo is fast. "Little Lizzie Mae" proves Robinson can still write choruses you would swear had been written in the '70s.

About This Album

Recorded at the same time as the band's first album, The Magic Door bears a similar warmth in its production, with Adam MacDougall's keyboard playing once again lending Robinson and co. legitimacy sound-wise. The main difference between the two albums is a stronger soul feel this time around, coupled with tripped-out jamming, which makes for a super laid-back vibe, even when the tempo is fast. "Little Lizzie Mae" proves Robinson can still write choruses you would swear had been written in the '70s.

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About This Album

Recorded at the same time as the band's first album, The Magic Door bears a similar warmth in its production, with Adam MacDougall's keyboard playing once again lending Robinson and co. legitimacy sound-wise. The main difference between the two albums is a stronger soul feel this time around, coupled with tripped-out jamming, which makes for a super laid-back vibe, even when the tempo is fast. "Little Lizzie Mae" proves Robinson can still write choruses you would swear had been written in the '70s.