LP Review

The Rambos – “Sing Me On Home” (1973)

Check out James’ latest review on the Rambos’ 1973 album, “Sing Me On Home”.

The Rambos – “Soul in the Family” (1972)

Check out James’ latest review on the Rambo’s 1972 album, “Soul in the Family”.

The Rambos – Rambo Reflections

For their final release for 1971, the Rambos released a more rustic and reflective album. While it didn’t feature any chart topping hits, it was a fabulous piece of work, nonetheless.

The Rambos – Live! (1971)

The year 1971 saw the release of several exciting live albums. This week, James talks the Rambos’ live album that was actually recorded in 3 places…Nashville, TN, Louisville, KY and Cincinnati, OH.

The Rambos – Soul Classics (1971)

In 1971, the Rambos released one of their more progressive albums at the time, “Soul Classics”. Check out what James has to say about it…

The Rambos – The Real Thing (1970)

In 1970, the Rambos released “The Real Thing”, which contained one of their most loved songs, “Build My Mansion (Next Door to Jesus)”. The album offered much more than just 1 iconic tune, so check out what James has to say about it!

The Rambos – This is My Valley (1969)

This album by the Rambos included 4 huge hits for the group and became one of their most popular albums. Check out this latest review on this album by the Rambos.

The Rambos – An Evening with the Singing Rambos (1968)

1968 was a pivotal year for the Rambos. Check out what James has to say about this landmark album for the group!

The Rambos – The Soul Singing Rambos (1968)

In 1968, the Rambos released a career album with “The Soul Singing Rambos”, which contained Dottie’s career song, “He Looked Beyond My Fault”. Check out what James has to say about it!

The Rambos – “Gospel Ballads” (1967)

Dottie Rambo often said “Gospel Ballads” was her favorite Rambos album. Check out what James has to say about this wonderful 1967 recording.

The Rambos – Come Spring (1966)

Check out James’ review of the Rambos’ 1966 album, “Come Spring”.

The Rambos – “Cross Country Concert” (1965), “Dottie, Buck & Joe” (1965) & “Those Singing Rambos” (1965)

1965 was a busy year for the Rambos, as they released 3 albums with different personnel on each album. Check out James’ review of these albums as we continue our trek through the Rambos cataloge!