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See Through ME
Randall Bramblett
See Through ME
Genres: Pop, R&B
 
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Known as a prized team player with the likes of Sea Level and Steve Winwood, Randall Bramblett delivers a rollicking, heartfelt, good time of an album with his first center-stage release since the late '70s. His voice impa...  more »

      
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All Artists: Randall Bramblett
Title: See Through ME
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Capricorn Records
Original Release Date: 8/4/1998
Release Date: 8/4/1998
Genres: Pop, R&B
Style: Funk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731455863529

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Known as a prized team player with the likes of Sea Level and Steve Winwood, Randall Bramblett delivers a rollicking, heartfelt, good time of an album with his first center-stage release since the late '70s. His voice imparts a gruff authenticity to the songs as it cuts through the smooth, clean production. The governing principle here is "keep it simple," which Bramblett and company do, frequently recalling John Mellencamp and Bob Seger, minus the bombast. This album draws from all kinds of American roots music, giving the songs an instant familiarity. Granted, no new ground is broken. Bramblett is just a great player with impressive musical breadth who plays with taste and conviction. In a wasteland of pretty-people pop, that's enough. --Anthony Bonet

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See Through Me
06/05/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Randall Bramblett continues to display his genius and artistry in See Through Me. The collection of songs run the gammit from blues to folk to a touch of country with a good helping of old fashion rock and roll. The lyrics are thought provoking with a touch of satire and humor. We have listened to this CD a dozen or so times with total enjoyment each time. Randall continues the tradition of the great southern bands like Sea Level and The Allman Brothers, with great instrumental support and terrific solo rifs. I once read an article that stated that Randall Bramblett was the best of all the southern artist, song writers and musicians. WE AGREE! We hope there will be more coming from Randall that have the same power as Mr. Blue,The Angel Dressed in Red, Nothing Words, and Soul Killer. In the words of Randall, "by my recollection there is nothing else I need to know, turn out the street lights baby, Ive seen it all". If you haven't purchased or listened to Randall you'll miss a real musical treat."
I Surely Do Agree
duckofsteel | Grass Valley, CA United States | 11/13/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Another great record by Bramblett, and I hope his wonderful Polydor albums will be re-released: they are every bit as good. Those of us who got to see Bramblett live with his friend, the magnificent guitarist Davis Causey, have memories that time will never corrupt."
You'll Play This One Again and Again.
Ken Carroll | 11/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I tracked down Randall Bramblett after hearing a cut on the 2000 Oxford American CD. When it arrived, I first thought, "that's pretty good", the second time I listened, "that's very good". Now, an evening rarely goes by when See Through Me isn't in the selection. I have to echo one reviewer's comments, "why can't there be more work like this?". This is very good work. We could use more like it."