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March 18, 2011 On Fixin' To Die, Philadelphia's G. Love returns with an experimental album of sorts. Ditching the hip-hop blues sounds of his previous works, Love tries his hand at folk music after working with The Avett Brothers.
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July 24, 2008 For its 10th album, Superhero Brother, G. Love & Special Sauce pulls back from the numerous guest appearances heard on recent albums and instead focuses on the core group. Hear G. Love perform solo versions of songs from the new album at WXPN.
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June 19, 2008 Acoustic funk/soul singer-songwriter G. Love stops by The Bryant Park Project to talk and play music from his new album, Superhero Brother. He says the album was inspired by a recent trip to the slums of Rio de Janeiro.
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July 3, 2007 Summer has arrived, the sun is shining (at least, it's supposed to be) and music journalist/armchair philosophizer Christian Bordal ruminates on the appropriate sounds for the season.
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December 19, 2006 New York-based NPR station WFUV gathered year-in-review lists from an assortment of musicians (Josh Ritter, Erin McKeown, G. Love, Sondre Lerche and Pete Yorn) and veteran station host Vin Scelsa, with an emphasis on both new faces and rediscovered old ones.
September 29, 2006 Since the release of their debut album in 1994, Philadelphia natives G. Love and Special Sauce have been continuously refining their laid-back blend of blues, alternative rock, soul and hip-hop into tighter and more sophisticated song structures. The band's newest record, Lemonade, is a fantastic back-to-basics effort.
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