Larry Raspberry and The Highsteppers | We Have Not Yet Begun To Sweat

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We Have Not Yet Begun To Sweat

by Larry Raspberry and The Highsteppers

This is a high quality live recording of one of Memphis' most unique bands, in concert at Solomon Alfred's Club in Memphis and it is high energy and well recorded.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hurt Me (I Came Prepared To Bleed)
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4:57 album only
2. Carol Sue
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4:34 album only
3. Let\'s Get Upset
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2:54 album only
4. Business Is Good
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3:46 album only
5. Baby Get Outa\' Bed (Once Is Enough For Me)
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4:21 album only
6. Older Woman
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3:29 album only
7. Rip It Up
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3:39 album only
8. Satisfaction / Gloria
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11:58 album only


Album Notes
Larry Raspberry and The Highsteppers started in Memphis Tennessee and recorded for Stax records and later for Larry's Label Intense/Backroom records.

Larry has had the pleasure of having Memphis' finest musicians in his band and he is still recording and performing as a consistently high energy band.


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William L Kee

We Have Not Yet Begun To Sweat
I can't begin to recount how many times I went to see Larry Raspberry & The Highsteppers on Overton Square and in and around Memphis. I was glad to find this CD. It is a great tribute to one of Memphis's rock ledgends and brings back a flood of fun memories.