Review: Chris Robinson Brotherhood, 'Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel'

Our take on the former Black Crowes leader's latest

Credit: Jay Blakesberg

Ex-Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson has reinvented himself with a band more musical, soulful and downright fun than his previous brotherhood. Their latest morphs between latter-day Grateful Dead and P-Funk, longer on vibes than songs but confirming their spot on the jam-band top tier. It's good-time music on an end-times mission: When the pedal-steel-gilded "California Hymn" declares, "Let your cup overspill again – glory hallelujah!" it seems churlish not to answer back, "Amen."