G. Love & Special Sauce - Philadelphia Mississippi [LP] | RECORD STORE DAY
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1. Love From Philly (featuring Schoolly D & Chuck Treece)
2. Mississippi (featuring Speech, Alvin YoungBlood Hart & RL Boyce)
3. My Ball (featuring Freddie Fox & Jontavious Willis)
4. Guitar Man (featuring Christone KingFish Ingram)
5. Kickin’
6. HipHopHarpin’ (featuring Alvin YoungBlood Hart )
7. Laughing In The Sunshine
8. I Ain’t Living (featuring Tikyra Jackson)
9. Lemonades (featuring Cam Kimbrough, Luther Dickinson & Chuck Treece)
10. If My Mind Don’t Change (featuring Sharde Thomas)
11. Sauce Up! (featuring Trenton Ayers)
12. The Philly Sound
13. Shouts Out

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Mixing old school blues and folk with new school hip-hop and funk, G. Love’s electrifying new album, Philadelphia Mississippi, brings together both sides of the genre-bending pioneer’s eclectic career in a wildly innovative and deeply reverent sonic pilgrimage to the heart of the South. Produced by North Mississippi All-Stars’ Luther Dickinson, the collection is loose and spontaneous, full of joyful, improvised performances and freewheeling collaborations with a slew of special guests including blues torchbearers like Alvin Youngblood Hart and Christone “Kingfish” Ingram and rap icons like Schoolly D and Speech. It would have been easy for G. Love to play it safe coming off his GRAMMY-nominated 2020 release, The Juice, but Philadelphia Mississippi is perhaps his most adventurous collection to date, ditching all the rules as it experiments with form and function in an ecstatic celebration of music’s power to connect across genres and generations.

Born Garrett Dutton in Philadelphia, PA, G. Love first broke out in the early ’90s with his band, Special Sauce, on the strength of their Gold-selling self-titled debut. Over the next three decades, he would go on to release seven more critically acclaimed albums with Special Sauce (plus five on his own), become a fixture on festival lineups from Bonnaroo to Lollapalooza, and collaborate on the road and in the studio with artists as diverse as Lucinda Williams, Dave Matthews, The Avett Brothers, Jack Johnson, Keb’ Mo’, and DJ Logic.

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