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ROBBIE ROBERTSON’S EVOCATIVE NEW SOLO ALBUM, SINEMATIC, INFLUENCED BY DECADES OF FILM WORK AND FASCINATION WITH HUMAN NATURE’S DARKER CORRIDORS LEGENDARY SONGWRITER/MUSICIAN JOINED BY VAN MORRISON, GLEN HANSARD, CITIZEN COPE, J.S. ONDARA, DEREK TRUCKS, HOWIE B, AND MORE
WORLD PREMIERE FOR NEW DOCUMENTARY FILM, ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND TO OPEN TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Sinematic is an enthralling set of songs that explore the darker corridors of human nature. The title says it all, Sinematic, Robbie Robertson’s sixth solo album, sprang from a deep immersion in film work, his own dramatic life story and a fascination with the darker corridors of human nature.
Narrated in Robertson’s cool parched croon, the yarns unspool over his tasteful vibrant guitar stylings and a bedrock of moody, midtempo rock anchored on most tracks by bassist Pino Palladino (John Mayer Trio, The Who) and drummer Chris Dave (D’Angelo, Adele). The album also features guest stars such as Van Morrison, Glen Hansard, and many more.
Produced by Robertson , this 13 song collection, is his first since 2011’s How To Become Clairvoyant and themes sprang from his recent film scoring for Martin Scorsese’s organized crime pic, The Irishman and his forthcoming documentary Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band.
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