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Lickety Split

Lickety Split

Artist: Robert Randolph

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DISK: 1

1. Amped Up
2. Born Again
3. New Orleans
4. Take The Party feat. Trombone Shorty
5. Brand New Wayo feat. Carlos Santana
6. Lickety Split
7. Blacky Joe feat. Carlos Santana
8. Love Rollercoaster
9. All American
10. Get Ready
11. Welcome Home
12. Good Lovin'

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Umgd/Blue Note
Rel. Date: 07/16/2013
UPC: 5099998408023

More Info:

Robert Randolph, the virtuoso pedal steel guitarist whose distinctive mix of rock, funk and rhythm & blues has built a fervent, international audience releases his highly anticipated new studio album, Lickety Split, on Blue Note Records. His first studio album since 2010 s We Walk This Road, Lickety Split is produced by Randolph and showcases his Family Band, the powerhouse ensemble that has backed him throughout his career.

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