Rob Barraco | When We All Come Home

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When We All Come Home

by Rob Barraco

Steeped in the tradition of the Grateful Dead with lyrics by GD lyricist Robert Hunter with tinges of Steely Dan and modern jazz.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Argentina
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2. Disparate Men On The Run
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3. Limbo Rag
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4. Old Coast Highway
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5. When You Say When
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6. Give It Up
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7. Ride Ride Ride
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8. One Dog Blues
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9. Cats and Dragonflies
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10. When We All Come Home
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Album Notes
Rob has played music on both keyboard and guitar since the age of 6 and has been a professional musician all his adult life. For over ten years in the 80's and early 90's he was keyboardist for the hit tv show "The Cosby Show" and its spin off "It's A Different World."

Rob toured with R&B sensation Freddie Jackson in the late 80's before joining The Zen Tricksters. Rob spent eleven years touring and recording with The Tricksters turning out two studio albums and playing live shows across the US and Canada. It was their second album, A Love Surreal, that caught Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh's ear.

Phil summoned Rob and Trickster guitarist Jeff Mattson to play a series of shows in San Francisco and then on to tour the country double billing with Bob Dylan. That band included drummer extraordinaire John Molo, boy wiz Derrek Trucks, and the ubiquitous Warren Haynes.
The following year one of the great jam bands of all time was formed with Phil, Rob, John, Warren and the guitar giant Jimmy Herring. This band would forever be known as The Q (short for The Phil Lesh Quintet). They went on to tour the country for three years and put out one studio album, "There and Back Again".

From 1999 through the present, Rob has been part of Phil Lesh and Friends. In 2002 he joined with the original members of the Grateful Dead for the Alpine Valley reunion shows and then toured with them in 2002 and 2003. In 2004 he joined Chris Robinson's New Earth Mud.

In 2005, he toured with Dark Star Orchestra after the tragic death of keyboardist Scott Larned and is still playing with them at the present time.

Rob has one solo cd co-written with Robert Hunter titled “When We All Come Home”.


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julie Clifford

sweet, sweet, sweet baby thank you.

Susan Growe

Love it
I just love this CD! It is about time you came out with this CD! I feel your passion through the CD even without actually watching you which is tough for me because I love to watch your energy! : )