Let's Roll (album)

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Let's Roll
Studio album by Etta James
Released May 6, 2003
Recorded 2003
Genre Blues
Length 56:29
Label Private Music
Producer Etta James, Josh Sklair, Donto Metto James, Sametto James
Etta James chronology
Burnin' Down the House: Live at the House of Blues
(2002)
Let's Roll
(2003)
Live in New York
(2003)

Let's Roll is a 2003 blues album by Etta James. It won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2003,[1][2] and also won the Soul/Blues Album of the Year from the Blues Foundation in 2004.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Somebody to Love" – 5:58 (Delbert McClinton, Gary Nicholson)
  2. "The Blues Is My Business" – 3:33 (Kevin Bowe, Todd Cerney)
  3. "Leap of Faith" – 4:00 (Glen Clarke, Nicholson)
  4. "Strongest Weakness" – 4:53 (Bekka Bramlett, Nicholson)
  5. "Wayward Saints of Memphis" – 5:42 (Bowe, McClinton)
  6. "Lie No Better" – 3:31 (Nicholson)
  7. "Trust Yourself" – 4:45 (Bowe, Grady Champion)
  8. "A Change Is Gonna Do Me Good" – 5:23 (Al Anderson, Bob DiPiero)
  9. "Old Weakness" – 3:12 (Nicholson)
  10. "Stacked Deck" – 8:01 (Billy Wright)
  11. "On the 7th Day" – 5:01 (Bowe, Kostas)
  12. "Please, No More" – 4:40 (David Egan)

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Richard Skelly. "Bobby Murray". Allmusic. Retrieved December 20, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Bobby Murray's All-Star Review". Takezomusic.com. Retrieved December 20, 2011.