Robby Krieger knows that when you assemble the right bunch of musicians and trust in the creative process, magic happens. As a founding member of The Doors, the guitarist intuitively understands the beauty of free-flowing collaboration and telepathic group interplay. This is evident on Robby’s self-titled debut release from his new band, “Robby Krieger And The Soul Savages,” out January 19th on The Players Club / Mascot Label Group.
“Robby Krieger And The Soul Savages” was recorded old school style with a bunch of friends jamming and recording in a relaxed studio setting. Tracked at Robby’s own Love Street Studios in Glendale, California, it finds Robby stretching out over cinematic groove music inspired by classic soul, 1960s Jazz, Blues, Rock, Psychedelic Rock and beyond.
Fans of the guitarist’s singular style will rejoice that his latest album is filled with Robby-isms. “Robby Krieger And The Soul Savages” brims with his celebrated fingerstyle fretwork, including Robby’s adventurous Jazzy and microtonal slide guitar playing; his slinky, Funk-inspired rhythm work; and his silky Wes Montgomery-style octave playing. The 10-song album explores the Soul-Jazz, Dirty Blues and noir-ish roots of The Doors while also furthering Robby’s career as a Jazz-Fusion guitarist.
Pre-Order the album in various formats here: https://lnk.to/robbykrieger
Watch the official visualizer for the first single “A Day In L.A.” through the YouTube player below: