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Bait & Switch


Download links and information about Bait & Switch by Andre Williams. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 46:55 minutes.

Artist: Andre Williams
Release date: 2001
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues
Tracks: 16
Duration: 46:55
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No. Title Length
1. Detroit Michigan 2:36
2. Get This Love Off My Mind 4:21
3. I Ain't Guilty (With Rudy Ray Moore) 2:46
4. Bait & Switch 3:35
5. Put That Skillet Away 2:44
6. Sling It Bang It & Give It Cab Fare Home 2:21
7. Soul Brother In Heaven & Hell 3:02
8. It's Gonna Work Out Fine (With Ronnie Spector) 2:53
9. Your Stuff Ain't the Same 2:19
10. The Lie 3:21
11. Head First 2:37
12. Open Your Eyes 3:09
13. Hey Country Girl 1:38
14. Bigger Than Greed or Need 3:38
15. Sent Up 2:27
16. Burning the Roses 3:28



Another irreverent, punkish set from the king of sleaze rock, Bait and Switch contains almost no surprises for fans of Andre Williams' predictably wild and raucous R&B. Backed by a garage band featuring the aggressive guitar of Matt Verta-Ray and the greasy, growling tenor sax of Lonnie Youngblood, Williams belts his tales of double-standard misogyny with the same enthusiasm as his early singles back in the 1950s. Fans of music that denigrates women will find "Sling It, Bang It and Give It Cab Fare Home" appealing, but Williams also goes far enough to balance the tables with the hilarious "Put That Skillet Away" (his lover is not cooking with it, but threatening to beat him). Long-lost brother to the late Screamin' Jay Hawkins or thug rapper born 40 years too early, Williams is still a treasure of the American rock underground. [The expanded edition offers one bonus track: "Burning the Roses"]