Still Lovin' You

Still Lovin' You

by Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise



What Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise dishes out on Still Lovin' You, to beg an unasked-for pun, is hardly surprising. It's more accomplished if unspectacular soul-rock, much in the style of his prior album, New Ground. The songs are sung with an engaging weariness, while the band stews together soul, roots rock, and bits of blues and funk to craft a 1970s-like soul sound, though more rock-oriented than much commercial '70s soul. "All I Wanna Do" and to a lesser degree "Still Lovin' You" are uncharacteristically slick, in a rather '70s sweet Philly soul way, and Bradley sounds more at ease with the more languid, down-home grooves. Some of his better efforts in that direction are "When You Love Something," which has a yearning arch slightly reminiscent of old soul staples like "When a Man Loves a Woman"; "Pretender," which has the sorrowful quality of some of the Band's work; and "Hollywood," in which a bluesy lope informs reflections on getting swallowed up by Tinseltown.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/11/2003
Label: Vanguard Records
UPC: 0015707973328
catalogNumber: 79733

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise   Primary Artist
Russ Epker   Group Member
Bruce Robb   Guest Appearance
Joe Robb   Guest Appearance
Randall Sly   Group Member
Jeff Fowlkes   Guest Appearance
Brad Wilson   Guest Appearance
Bobby East   Guest Appearance
Jim Wilson   Guest Appearance
Matt Ruffino   Group Member
Chad Bush   Guest Appearance
Greasy Carlissi   Guest Appearance
Henderson Huggins   Guest Appearance
Marcos Junca   Guest Appearance
Ryan Pardington   Group Member
James Wailin   Guest Appearance
Jason Mackenroth   Drums,Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Isaac Hayes   Composer
David Porter   Composer
Bruce Robb   Producer,Engineer
Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise   Composer,Producer
Amjed Abdallah   Engineer

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Still Lovin' You 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Robert Bradleys 1st album was fantastic.....Every record since has slowly declined to the state of this middle of the road recording that this is.....Still loving you fails all around....Background music for department stores.....