01 A Lil' Ain't Enough.mp3 (Size: 122.48 MB) (Files: 17)
01 A Lil' Ain't Enough.mp3
02 Shoot It.mp3
03 Lady Luck.mp3
04 Hammerhead Shark.mp3
05 Tell The Truth.mp3
06 Baby's On Fire.mp3
07 40 Below.mp3
08 Sensible Shoes.mp3
09 Last Call.mp3
10 The Dogtown Shuffle.mp3
11 It's Showtime!.mp3
12 Drop In The Bucket.mp3
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Full Album Mp3 @ 320 Kbps Covers Included: Front, Back, Booklet & Cd
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Review Taken From Rollingstone.com:
A wise man – I think it was Billy Gibbons – once said that behind the inseam
of every young hard-rock performer lurks the soul of an old lecher.
If so, then A Little Ain't Enough finds David Lee Roth
well on his way toward fulfilling the raincoat-draped promise he has
shown ever since 1985, when he softshoed to the top of the
charts with "Just a Gigolo" while the rest of Van Halen cooled their amps.
So maybe life after Van Halen has been a bowl of brown M&M's for Diamond Dave;
after all, he does sound and look somewhat washed out these days.
(Were he and actress Dyan Cannon separated at birth, or what?)
So maybe his new album wastes too much time – and too many
hired-gun co-writers – seeking to re-create a suitably Halenesque fire,
with Duraflame results. So maybe the best you can say about songs
like "Last Call" and "Baby's on Fire" is that you can hum
Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" over the former and Led Zep's "Immigrant Song"
over the latter and not find a single stolen note out of place.
The simple fact is, however, that on several key tracks on
A Little Ain't Enough Roth gets down and dirty with some distinctly
non-adenoid-stretching adult blues belting, and he sounds more
mannish-boy frisky and lustfully viable as a solo artiste than
on anything he's done in years. "Hammerhead Shark," with some nifty
slide work from veteran Steve Hunter, is a rollicking
four-on-the-floor rocker, while the slow blues "Sensible Shoes"
(complete with textbook bad harmonica by Roth) would fit
the aforementioned Mr. Gibbons's band, ZZ Top, rather sharply.
So, Dave – can we talk facial hair? (RS 599)