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G. Love has been laying down his signature blend of feel-good slinky soul and blues for over a decade, and Lemonade is arguably his strongest, most consistent album yet. He's as eclectic as ever, incorporating blues, R&B, swirling sonic touches, rock, and hip-hop, but there’s a stylistic continuity to this recording and not a single clunker among the 16 tracks. The list of talented guest stars on Lemonade run the gamut, and include Ben Harper, David Hidalgo of Los Lobos, Jack Johnson (whose label, Brushfire, released the album), Lateef the Truth Speaker, and Gift of Gab of Blackalicious, among other notables, along as usual with the Special Sauce — drummer Jeffrey Clemens and bassist Jimi Prescott. Smooth Hammond organ, Wurlitzer piano, and clavinet augment the overall sound, creating a fat foundation for Love’s free-flowing funk. Whether he’s delivering clever, staccato lines as on “Ain’t That Right” or “Can’t Go Back to Jersey” or slowing things down to a simmer on “Breakin’ Up,” G. Love and his crack crew offer up a refreshing blend of tasty tunes. Sit back, grab a tall glass of Lemonade, and enjoy.

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Track 3: Donavon Frankenreiter - guitar Track 7: Gift of Gab and Lateef - rap vocals, Chief XCel & General Elektriks - various stuff Track 8: Jasper - vocals Track 9: Ben Harper and Marc Broussard - vocals, keys and guitar Track 11: Tristan Prettyman - vocals Track 12: Jack Johnson - vocals/guitar Dave Hidalgo (Los Lobos) Viola on 5, 11 Steve Molitz (Particle) Keys on 3,6

solid album...ain't that right's strongest album in years. This is a great album if you are a fan of Jack Johnson. The song Rainbow is actually a feel good collaboration between and JJ. Another smart move was collaborating with Ben Harper on "Let the music play" The song "breakin' up" is the only one with a lot of emotion to it but this is not a problem b/c you are probably not expecting too much emotion from a band fomerly called and the special sauce. download-"Rainbow" (if you like that, i encourage you to explore the rest of the album)

hello this is amazing!

alright i am a hardcore fan and im upset with all these people sayin that hes goin a bad a direction and has lost his sound.This is still the same rappin blues crazzy guitar plain harmonica he is also goin with the laid back persona. wats wrong with that,hes trying to stay creative and alive.And to me hes doin an amazing job of it. His cd includes tracks that bring you right back to the sweet old and special sauce sound then theres new refreshing tracks that have g.loves ice cool lemonade writtin all over them..way to go G!! this is one of your sweetest yet

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