Soul Singer Al Green's Still Got It After all of his hits, Al Green is taking his six-decade career in new directions. NPR's Tony Cox talks with the R&B legend about his new album, Lay It Down. This time, he worked with artists like Questlove, the drummer for the hip hop band The Roots.
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Soul Singer Al Green's Still Got It

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Soul Singer Al Green's Still Got It

Soul Singer Al Green's Still Got It

Soul Singer Al Green's Still Got It

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After all of his hits, Al Green is taking his six-decade career in new directions. NPR's Tony Cox talks with the R&B legend about his new album, Lay It Down.

This time, he worked with artists like ?uestlove, the drummer for the hip hop band The Roots.

It should usher in a brand new generation of Al Green fans.

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