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Moonshine Lemonade


Download links and information about Moonshine Lemonade by G. Love, Plutonic. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 40:03 minutes.

Artist: G. Love, Plutonic
Release date: 2006
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 40:03
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No. Title Length
1. Tonight Tonight 3:03
2. Party 1:45
3. Vibin' Survivin' 4:03
4. Monster 2:59
5. Sweet Dream 3:59
6. F**k It 3:24
7. Keep Away from My Girl 3:45
8. Crawling Kingsnake 2:44
9. Write a Rhyme 3:19
10. Peace Out 4:07
11. Johnny Black 2:27
12. Don't Turn Your Back on Me 4:28



After losing steam toward the end of his major-label run, G. Love seems to have gotten his groove back at his new home on Jack Johnson's Brushfire label. Lemonade picks up where The Hustle left off, offering up G. Love's eclectic mix of bluesy grooves, rap, and even some psychedelic touches. He's been doing it for years with his Special Sauce pals, but like The Hustle, a good number of added players really help broaden the sound of the album. This time out, Hammond organs, piano, and Wurlitzer all add depth to the sound, while the guest shots add some variety without sounding like a marketing ploy. "Ride" starts things out with a great groove. "Ain't That Right" is more rap-oriented, but the psychedelic production flourishes take it to another place. "Hot Cookin" is on the mellow side, with great Hammond organ and a big fat acoustic bass tone. David Hidalgo adds some nice viola to "Missing My Baby"'s easy groove, while "Holla!" adds some funky Clavinet and cops the chorus from "Jack & Diane." Blackalicious and Jasper's shots put G. Love's rapping skills into perspective, and the duets with Tristan Prettyman and Jack Johnson are both album highlights. The album winds down nicely with the mellow "Breakin' Up" and G. Love going solo acoustic on "Still Hangin' Around." After more than a decade in the biz, G. Love seems comfortable at his new indie home and Lemonade finds him playing to his strengths. Still hangin' around, indeed.