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|1. Stepping Stones|
|3. Lay Down The Law|
|4. Slipped Away (The Ballad Of Lauretha Vaird)|
|5. You Shall See|
|6. Take You There|
|7. Willow Tree|
|8. Yeah, It's That Easy|
|10. 200 Years|
|11. Making Amends|
|12. Pull The Wool|
|13. When We Meet Again|
Yeah, It's That Easy is an unusual hip-hop album in that it includes a powerful pro-police, anti-gangster number, but it also takes time to make fun of Larry Bird. The latter insult comes on "I-76," a funny, funky number about Love's boyhood hoops team, the Philadelphia 76ers. Less persuasive are the mumbling, monotonous rap numbers such as the title track, but when Love pulls together hip-hop beats, blues guitar licks, and pop hooks, as he does on "Lay Down the Law," an elegy for a street-life victim, he finally lives up to all the great claims made for him at his debut. --Geoffrey Himes
Listen, we all know that reviews are nothing more than personal opinions, so let me cut right to the chase. I love this album. Read morePublished on July 13 2003 by Daniel J. Beck
The lazy blues and rap/rock& roll that G. Love sells is really smooth and relaxed. Never has he collected a better collection than this one here. Read morePublished on April 9 2002
G-Love is the product of a generation passed...
They have a sound all their own.
This CD demonstrates that. Its good if you want something bluesy, rocky, and rappy... Read more
I heared Yeah it's that easy.. the first time I was chilling in a coffeeshop with my friends and after a couple of numbers I asked the bartender what the name of the CD was. Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2000 by bas
i saw g. love live a while back, and thought that they were okay...however...the cd disappointed me greatly...it was unimaginative, puerile nonsense...let's hope g. Read morePublished on July 26 2000
G. Love & Special Sauce came back with an attack with this CD. This album probably helped draw in a wider variety of listeners. The sound makes you wanna sit back and chill. Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2000 by "jahsh_concurz"
I've been hearing comparisons of G. Love and the Special Sauce to Beck and I'd like to dispute them. Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2000 by Eclectic Listener
All of G. Love's albums are great and hold a place in my heart, but this one is the best, and the one i would reccommend to people just getting into this incredible talent. Read morePublished on Jan. 4 2000 by J. Mitchell