Soul on Ten

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Soul on Ten
Robben Ford SoulOnTen.jpg
Live album by Robben Ford
Released August 11, 2009
Genre Blues, Jazz, Fusion
Length 68:03
Label Concord
Producer Robben Ford
Robben Ford chronology
Soul on Ten
Bringing It Back Home

Soul on Ten is an album by American guitarist Robben Ford. Recorded for Concord Records, it was released August 11, 2009. Eight of the tracks are live recordings from an appearance in San Francisco California in April 2009. It includes covers of Willie Dixon’s "Spoonful" and Elmore James’s "Please Set a Date" and three new compositions: "Earthquake", "Don’t Worry About Me" and "Thoughtless".[1]

Along with Ford, the album features band members Toss Panos (drums), Travis Carlton (bass) and Neal Evans (keyboards).[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Robben Ford; except where indicated

  1. "Supernatural" (Kevin Sandbloom)
  2. "Indianola"
  3. "There'll Never Be Another You"
  4. "Spoonful" (Willie Dixon)
  5. "Nothin' to Nobody" (Ford, Michael MacDonald)
  6. "Please Set a Date" (Elmore James)
  7. "Earthquake"
  8. "How Deep in the Blues (Do You Want To Go)" (Ford, Gary Nicolson)
  9. "Don't Worry About Me"
  10. "Thoughtless"




  • Robben Ford - producer.
  • Dave McNair - mastering.
  • John Paterno - mixing.
  • Albert J. Roman - layout.
  • Oscar Doniz - recording.
  • John Paterno - recording (tracks 9, 10)
  • Seth Presant - additional recording.
  • George Wells - photography.
  • Larissa Collins - artwork.
  • Rob Saslow - A&R.[2]


  1. ^ Concord Records to release Robben Ford's "Soul on Ten" August 11th, Press Release at Retrieved 22 July 2009.
  2. ^ a b Robben Ford – Soul On Ten at Discogs. Retrieved 21 September 2014.

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