Randall Bramblett (from the album The Bright Spots - The Bright Spots illuminates the darndest things from Randall Bramblett. Diverse bits and pieces of sound come together under the soulful southern banner that trademarks the man’s work. Though happy with his Southern Rock resume, Mr. Bramblett states that “Black music is what I grew up loving and the folk scene really hit me too. So it’s a combination of Dylan and Ray Charles.”
The Bright Spots shines in the glory of sunny day horns (“My Darling One”), chicken shack gut punch blues (“Whatever That Is”), swamp soul (“Trying to Steal a Minute”) and a cascade of rhythm, keyboards and airborne guitar chords (“All Is Well”). Randall Bramblett draws from long term experiences on The Bright Spots, searching through musical history back to his 1970’s work with Sea Level, 16 years with Steve Winwood and work with Gregg Allman, Govt. Mule, Levon Helm, Chuck Leavell and Widespread Panic.