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"Robinson has a mellow but strong voice that belies his 70 years; his guitar melds with Lane's perfectly, and Madison Slim's harmonica playing is muted to act as a foil to Robinson's vocal delivery...Born in 1931, Jimmie Lee Robinson was old enough to have played with many of the giants of the post-war Chicago blues scene. ...All My Life is his tribute to them and to the downhome roots of their music." - John Barnie, Juke Blues, Issue No. 51
"All My Life is a worthy tribute to the Chicago Maxwell Street tradition of rhythm and blues. It's a stand up front porch acoustic style that has Robinson's spurs jangling in time with the beat, his humming of the tune between lyrics and generally beguiling the listener with every bold and richly coloured improvisation...this superbly recorded Chicago blues just eats you up inside." Recording = 10/10 Music = 10/10 - Reuben Parry, Hi-Fi+, Issue 31, page 134