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True Love

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Download links and information about True Love by Toots & The Maytals. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Reggae, Roots Reggae, Ska genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 54:38 minutes.

Artist: Toots & The Maytals
Release date: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Reggae, Roots Reggae, Ska
Tracks: 15
Duration: 54:38
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Still Is Still Moving to Me (with Willie Nelson) 3:11
2. True Love Is Hard to Find (with Bonnie Raitt) 4:27
3. Pressure Drop (with Eric Clapton) 2:57
4. Time Tough (with Ryan Adams) 3:22
5. Bam Bam (with Shaggy & Rahzel) 3:46
6. 54-46 Was My Number (with Jeff Beck) 4:39
7. Monkey Man (with No Doubt) 3:39
8. Sweet and Dandy (with Trey Anastasio) 3:17
9. Funky Kingston (with Bootsy Collins & The Roots) 4:06
10. Reggae Got Soul (with Ken Boothe & Marcia Griffiths) 2:58
11. Never Grow Old (with Terry Hall, U-Roy & the Skatalites) 3:27
12. Take a Trip (with Bunny Wailer) 3:57
13. Love Gonna Walk Out On Me (with Ben Harper) 3:33
14. Careless Ethiopians (with Keith Richards) 3:20
15. Blame On Me (with Rachael Yamagata) 3:59

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That Toots Hibbert's voice, drenched in Memphis soul and rooted in Jamaican gospel, is still a powerful instrument after four decades of performing is the first thing you notice while listening to this collection of duets with pop, rock and reggae artists. "Funky Kingston," featuring Bootsy Collins and the Roots is one of the best tracks here, retaining the loose, loopy groove of the original Maytals version, probably because, from Bootsy's opening invocation of "are you ready for some Toots, Roots and Boots," nobody seems to take things too seriously. Keith Richards manages not to sound too ravished on "Careless Ethiopians," while Ben Harper and Hibbert effectively ride an atmospheric, slow-burning arrangement of "Love Gonna Walk Out On Me" to emotional fulfillment. Hopefully True Love will bring the woefully overlooked Toots some well-deserved attention.