Homebelly Groove...Live

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Homebelly Groove...Live
Live album by
ReleasedNovember 24, 1992
RecordedSeptember 27, 1990
June 12, 1992
ProducerAaron Comess,
Peter Denenberg,
Frankie La Rocka,
Eric Schenkman,
Spin Doctors
Spin Doctors chronology
Pocket Full of Kryptonite
Homebelly Groove...Live
Turn It Upside Down
Professional ratings
Review scores
Calgary HeraldA[2]
Music Week[3]

Homebelly Groove...Live is the second live album, and third release overall, by American jam band Spin Doctors, released in 1992.

Tracks 4, 5, and 6 are from a free radio concert for WNEW-FM, recorded at Lonestar Roadhouse in New York City on June 12, 1992. The remaining tracks were recorded on September 27, 1990 at Wetlands, New York City; tracks 2, 9, and 10 originally appeared on the band's EP Up for Grabs...Live.[4] An additional track from the Lonestar Roadhouse show, a performance of "What Time Is It?" featuring John Popper of Blues Traveler on harmonica, was released as the B-side of the single "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong."[5]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Spin Doctors

1."What Time Is It?/Off My Line"12:19
2."Freeway of the Plains/Lady Kerosene"10:53
3."Yo Baby"5:50
4."Little Miss Can't Be Wrong"4:42
5."Shinbone Alley"8:13
6."Refrigerator Car"6:20
7."Sweet Widow"11:38
8."Stepped on a Crack"5:13
9."Yo Mamas a Pajama"4:06
10."Rosetta Stone"8:07
Total length:77:25


  • Chris Barron – lead vocals
  • Eric Schenkman – guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Off My Line"
  • Mark White – bass
  • Aaron Comess – drums
  • Roger Fox – flute on "Stepped on a Crack"


  • Producers: Aaron Comess, Peter Denenberg, Frankie La Rocka, Eric Schenkman, Spin Doctors
  • Engineer: Peter Denenberg
  • Mixing: Frankie La Rocka
  • Mastering: Ted Jensen
  • Photography: Paul LaRaia
  • Art direction: Francesca Restrepo



Year Chart Position
1993 The Billboard 200 145


  1. ^ Roch Parisien. "AllMusic review". Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2012-03-16.
  2. ^ Alberts, Sheldon (1993-01-17). "Recent Releases". Calgary Herald.
  3. ^ Jones, Alan (1993-12-11). "Market Preview: Mainstream - Albums" (PDF). Music Week. p. 13. Retrieved 2023-02-03.
  4. ^ "Spin Doctors Album Releases". Spin Doctors Archive. Retrieved March 16, 2012.
  5. ^ "Discogs, Spin Doctors Cassette Single for Little Miss Can't Be Wrong". Discogs. Retrieved July 30, 2019.