Lesti Huff Band | Where was the Love?

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Where was the Love?

by Lesti Huff Band

Texas americana roots music. If you like Fred Eaglesmith meets the Grateful Dead sung by a great female vocalist, Lesti Huff, Texas's Humble Time Radio Show, "Best Female Vocalist" award winner.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Neon Lights
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4:30 album only
2. Brown-eyed Women
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5:20 album only
3. Daddy's Song
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3:58 album only
4. Lights of Amarillo
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3:27 album only
5. Love Slips Thru Your Fingers
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4:52 album only
6. Where was the Love?
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3:35 album only
7. Dead Man's Bluff
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4:37 album only
8. Sweet Solitude
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4:22 album only
9. The Liar
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4:33 album only
10. Drift On By
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4:21 album only
11. David's Song
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Americana Roots Band, great Texas sound. Lesti was recognized by the Humble Time Radio Show, as best new female Americana vocalist. Backup vocals are provided by one of Lesti's favorite Texas musicians, Susan Gibson, writer of the Grammy award winning song, "Wide Open Spaces". The album also features Michael O'Conner's, "Love Slips Through Your Fingers" with his great harp and acoustic guitar slide work onseveral other tracks. Check it out and ENJOY!


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