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Obra Di, Obra Da

by Lalo

Music that incorporates all the roots but centers around the best of gritty, nasty roots rock, rhythm and blues and old school rock'n'roll.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Six Days on the Road
3:20 album only
2. Street Dance
3:32 album only
3. His Latest Flame
3:04 album only
4. Everything's Gonna Be Alright
3:29 album only
5. Greenbacks
4:20 album only
6. So Good 2B True
3:57 album only
7. Let the Goodtimes Roll
2:32 album only
8. Suzanne
3:36 album only
9. Only Lonely
3:37 album only
10. The Dream
3:31 album only
11. Lonely Weekend/Oh Lonesome Me
5:01 album only
12. Everywhere
4:56 album only


Album Notes
The third in a series of sub tropical, rootsy, rockin', sensitive, fun, danceable, melodic, genre bashing, cds from the founder of Jr. Cadillac, Seattle's #1 party band for over 3 decades. Ned Neltner in his alter ego, Lalo delivers another gem. More good time listening, dancing and carrying on music. Covers include Elvis' "Latest Flame", Shirley and Lee's "Let The Good Times Roll" and Charlie Rich's "Lonely Weekends"...As good as this stuff is, the original tunes really shine here. Lalo has been writing in all the American Roots styles and here are the best examples so far. From the R&B funkiness of "Street Dance", the reggae pulse and uplifting message of "Everything's Gonna Be Alright", the mini novel of "Suzanne" to the autobiographical ballad, "Everywhere" this is just the cd to get the party rolling.

Put it on, turn it up and, oh, we find a Mexican brew helps put things in perspective...



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david clark

little latin lupe lu
still awaiting a re release of that absolute gem released as a 45 wayyy back in early 80s (I think it was)....!!