Coast to Coast Motel is the second album by G. Love & Special Sauce, released in 1995.  Critical reception The Dallas Observer called Coast to Coast Motel "almost completely stripped of the hip-hop that so pleasantly tempered the straightforward blues of the first album." 
19 de sept. de 1995 · Discover Coast to Coast Motel by G. Love & Special Sauce released in 1995. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.
Amazon.com. Modern-day bluesman G. Love, known to more skeptical ears as 23-year-old blue-eyed devil Garrett Dutton, shone briefly as hip-hop's great white hope when he released a debut record that paired blues-based playing with vocals that approximated rap.
Coast to Coast Motel. Release Date: 1995. Although not as commercially successful as G. Love & Special Sauce’s self-titled debut, Coast to Coast Motel is a definite improvement. The band keeps its hip-hop influence (much more prevalent on the debut) in check here, concentrating more on creating a mighty instrumental groove.
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They remained cult favorites in the '90s with albums like Coast to Coast Motel, Yeah, It's That Easy, and Philadelphonic. Despite lineup changes, Love has continued to helm the group, exploring soul and psychedelia on 2001's Electric Mile and further embracing his love of hip-hop and blues on 2008's Superhero Brother, 2014's Sugar, and 2015's ...
Love & Special Sauce · Album · 1995 · 12 songs.