Robertson’s first solo album in more than 10 years is down-the-middle slickness ‘n’ cynicism: Steely Dan meets Warren Zevon in limbo. Romanticizing himself as a guitar-slinging ”Axman,” Robertson unloads on The Band on ”This Is Where I Get Off” and indulges in a Django Reinhardt salute. At his best, How to Become Clairvoyant makes convincing cases for the power of middle-aged experience and corrosive honesty (”The Right Mistake”). B
How To Become ClairvoyantRobertson's first solo album in more than 10 years is down-the-middle slickness 'n' cynicism: Steely Dan meets Warren Zevon in limbo. Romanticizing...How To Become ClairvoyantRockRobertson's first solo album in more than 10 years is down-the-middle slickness 'n' cynicism: Steely Dan meets Warren Zevon in limbo. Romanticizing...2011-03-31
I SEE MUSIC IN YOUR FUTURE Robbie Robertson
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: Robbie Robertson; Music Label: 429
Posted March 31 2011 — 12:00 AM EDT
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