Road We're On songs Product Information
Road We're On album for sale by Sonny Landreth was released Jan 28, 2003 on the Sugarhill label. THE ROAD WE'RE ON was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album. Road We're On CD music Guitar whiz Sonny Landreth hails from the Mississippi/Louisiana region, and his ability to bridge swamp rock, blues, and zydeco is a reflection of his home area's rep as a wonderful melting pot of roots music. THE ROAD WE'RE ON affirms Landreth's ability to tap into this well of inspiration, and with slide in hand the charter member of John Hiatt's Goners puts on a dazzling display. Road We're On CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
Road We're On album for sale Product Description
Sonny Landreth - Road We're On Album Track Listing
|2||Hell at Home|
|3||All About You See All 3||4:21|| $0.99||(Available)|
|5||Gone Pecan See All 3||3:58|| $0.99||(Available)|
|8||Fallin' For You|
|9||Ol' Lady Luck|
|11||Road We're On|
|12||Juke Box Mama|
Road We're On buy CD music Customer Reviews
||Not his best work|
Of the several Sonny Landreth CD's I own, this one is the weakest. His voice and guitar work don't seem up to some of the previous stuff he has done and I didn't get excited by any of the cuts. If you are looking for a good example of his Louisiana style, there are better CD's than this one.
By a reviewer (Oswego, NY)
||The best yet|
Sonny does it again, keeps you on the edge waiting to hear what he does next. An elegant CD of Cajun slide music.
By a reviewer (Topsham, Maine, USA)
||Returning To His Roots|
I bought this cd from the man, himself, after watching him electrify the whole crowd. This album is the most diverse work Sonny has ever done. It's a true fusion and a testament to his preferences and his roots. Very solid, very much the essence of Sonny Landreth. His music keeps getting more solid with every release. The most magic slide work ever. Musically very sound.
By a reviewer (Camden, AR, USA)
||A tougher sound|
This is a lovely work, took me a while to start to appreciate it. A very economical style quite unlike the more lush poetics of his past few albums, this one seems more masculine, terse, the poetry simpler, blunter. The guitar work is strong and intense, still highly detailed, subtle, gorgeous as ever.
By a reviewer (Austin, TX 78676)
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Road We're On songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5461410|
|Release Date||Jan 28, 2003|
|Recording Time||47 minutes||