Let It Roll (Don Johnson album)

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Let It Roll
Don Johnson Let It Roll.jpg
Studio album by Don Johnson
Released September 20, 1989
Genre Rock
Label Epic (CBS)
Producer Keith Diamond
Don Johnson chronology
Let It Roll
The Essential
(1997)The Essential1997
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars

Let It Roll is an album released in 1989 by Don Johnson on the Epic/CBS Records label. Barbra Streisand contributed background vocals on "What If It Takes All Night". It also includes Johnson's rendition of "Tell It Like It Is".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Other People's Lives" (Diane Warren)
  2. "Tell It Like It Is" (George Davis, Lee Diamond)
  3. "Your Love Is Safe with Me" (Dennis Morgan, Scott Cutler)
  4. "A Better Place" Duet with Yuri (Amy Sky, John Capek, Marc Jordan)
  5. "When You Only Loved Me" (Harold Allen, Jeff Daniels)
  6. "Angel City" (Dave Resnik, Don Johnson, Keith Diamond, Michael Des Barres)
  7. "Lonely Too Long" (Marty Robbins)
  8. "Let It Roll" (Don Johnson, Keith Diamond)
  9. "What If It Takes All Night" (Clyde Lieberman, Jeff Pescetto, Richard James Burgess)
  10. "Little One's Lullaby" (Don Johnson, Keith Diamond)


  • Don Johnson – vocals
  • Ira Siegel, Keenan Keating, Paul Pesco, Dave Resnik, Jeff Daniels – guitar
  • Bruce Kulick – additional lead guitar on track 3
  • Steve Jones – guitar on track 3 and 7
  • Paul Pesco, John Pierce, Carl James, Keith Diamond, Wayne Braithwaite – bass
  • Larry Russell – bass on track 8
  • Keith Diamond, Ron Schwartz, Mike Jewel, Ned Liben – keyboards
  • Omar Hakim, John Keane, Terry Silverlight – drums
  • Bashiri Johnson – percussion
  • Danny Wilensky – saxophone
  • Mike Davis – trombone
  • Chris Botti, Kent Smith – trumpet
  • Leon Pendarvis – horn arrangement
  • Curtis King, Don Johnson, Michael Camacho, Tracy Amos, Audrey Wheeler, B.J. Nelson, Cindi Mizelle, Janice Dempsey, Chrissy Faith, Jill Del'Abate, Laura Kramer, Liz Constantine, N'Dea, Yogi Lee, Rock Wilk, Lauren Kinhan, Louis Merlino, Barbra Streisand, Debbie Cole – background vocals
  • Joe Lynn Turner – background vocals on track 1
  • Acar Key – engineer