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Old 08-05-2013, 11:42 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Please don't copy & paste chunks of wikipedia entries or if you are at least credit the original article.
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Old 08-05-2013, 12:24 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Please don't copy & paste chunks of wikipedia entries or if you are at least credit the original article.
Well I dont have a problem saying that its from Wikipedia. I was just trying to display facts about the album in a creative way. I never tried to imply it was my words. I was actually going to say it was from Wikipedia and was going to edit and add more things to the post related to the album and the era in general. Some of the statements are actually my opinion as well.
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Old 08-05-2013, 12:36 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Some of my favorite songs from the Voodoo album:
Untitled (How Does It Feel)
Devils Pie
Playa Playa
Left& Right
Spanish Joint
Chicken Grease

I think this album is a classic and was way ahead of its time. You can hear D Angelos influences but he still presents a creative original style. I am SO READY D FOR AN ALBUM ITS BEEN TO LONG lol
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Seems like D Angelo has some soul food cooking... some hints of a new album


Some updates, from Russell Elevado's twitter:
https://twitter.com/RussElevado
https://twitter.com/questlove spring or summer 2014. We're gonna change the game again!

https://twitter.com/mrprincerogers
https://twitter.com/questlove I hope this is true!! We are ready for GREATNESS!!

https://twitter.com/RussElevado
https://twitter.com/mrprincerogers yes it's really true...


Check out Russell's twitter, a whole bunch of new updates, notably:

https://twitter.com/RussElevado
I just spoke to D'Angelo...he's ready to finish! I hope you're all ready. ..I think you are though...keep the faith...@questlove 2014!

He posted three teaser clips:



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When we get byyy, when we get byyy, when we get by my love, I look in your eyes, when I look in your eyes there so pretty in disguise.
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D'Angelo: Live at the Jazz Cafe, London EP Out March 25


D'Angelo's "Live at the Jazz Cafe, London: The Complete Show" Arriving This*Month - Music News - ABC News Radio

Back in 1996, D’Angelo released a six-track EP titled Live at the Jazz Café, London, which was only marketed in Japan. Now, the soul singer is giving fans worldwide the chance to purchase the set.

The newly revamped disc, Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show, includes five previously unreleased songs from the crooner's full performance, which was recorded during a performance on September 14, 1995.

The sought-after collector’s item includes hit biggest hits, like "Brown Sugar" and "Lady," and background vocals from Angie Stone.

Live at the Jazz Café, London will be available on March 25 via Virgin/UMe.

Meanwhile, D'Angelo is currently working on his upcoming effort, tentatively titled James River, the long-awaited follow-up to 2000's critically acclaimed Voodoo.


Here's the track list for D’Angelo's Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show:

"Introduction"
"Fencewalk"
"Sweet Sticky Thing"
"Jonz in My Bones"
"Me and Those Dreamin’ Eyes of Mine"
"S**t, Damn, Motherf**ker"
"Cruisin’"
"I’m Glad You’re Mine"
"Lady"
"Announcement

Encore:
"Can’t Hide Love"
"Brown Sugar"



Come on D!!! Stop teasing us with these compilations!! Bring that new album!!
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D'Angelo Premieres Unreleased 'I'm Glad You're Mine' Live Song: Exclusive

By Chris Payne, New York | March 20, 2014


The Al Green cover comes from the singer's upcoming live album "Live At The Jazz Café."
Fans have been waiting 14 years for the follow-up to D'Angelo's virtuoso R&B classic, "Voodoo." When that new LP comes is anyone's guess, but rest assured Billboard has a new D'Angelo live cut you've probably never heard before -- unless you were at his Sept. 14, 1995 gig at the Jazz Café in London. Below, check out D'Angelo cover Al Green's "I'm Still in Love with You" on his live cut, "I'm Glad You're Mine."
The previously unreleased song comes from the forthcoming "Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show" album, due March 25 on Virgin/UME. Six of its 11 tracks come from 1996's "Live At The Jazz Café, London," a valued collector's item, as it was only released in Japan. Five of its tracks (including this song) are previously unheard rarities added just now for the new edition.
"Let's see if y'all remember this one," says D'Angelo to introduce the live cover. The starting point might be familiar, but D takes Green's song for a journey well beyond its original three-minute run time and lets it sprawl out into an improv-friendly six-minute affair. In the liner notes, he reflects on how his love for jazz and knowledge of music history birthed tracks like this:
"My root is gospel, and I grew up listening to Prince and hip-hop on the radio. Jazz came much later. I am like a music historian, and just listen to old music whenever I have time, like vintage jazz. I think that’s where my jazziness is coming from. I love jazz," he says.
In January 2013, Questlove told Billboard that D'Angelo's long-awaited new album was 99% done and that he'd been putting in late night drum sessions for what sounded like an "instant classic or his generation's version of Sly and the Family Stone's 'There's a Riot Goin' On.'"
Back in 1995, this recorded London set served to introduce a vital new singer to a new country after "Brown Sugar" had hit in the U.S., but before it had been released in England. Here is the official track list of "Live at the Jazz Café, London: The Complete Show":

1. Introduction
2. Fencewalk (Mandrill cover)
3. Sweet Sticky Thing (Ohio Players cover)
4. Jonz in My Bones
5. Me and Those Dreamin’ Eyes of Mine
6. Sh*t, Damn, Motherf*cker
7. Cruisin’ (Smokey Robinson cover)
8. I’m Glad You’re Mine (Al Green cover)
9. Lady
10. Announcement
Encore:
11. Can’t Hide Love
12. Brown Sugar
* previously unreleased



https://soundcloud.com/phresh9999/da...lad-youre-mine

I Am Glad Your Mine audio here

I LOVE it!

I am going to have to pick this up lol

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