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Bring Me Home - Live 2011 by Sade

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Bring Me Home - Live 2011

Sade

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Album

Bring Me Home - Live 2011

Sade

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Label: RCA RECORDS LABEL
Bring Me Home, which follows 2011's Soldier of Love, finds Sade the quartet taking center stage, not just Sade Adu the chanteuse. Recorded at a concert in Ontario, Ca., it brings classics like "No Ordinary Love" to vivid life. Guitarist Stuart Matthewman rips a loud solo to close "Skin," and blows hot saxophone on the rueful "Jezebel" while keyboardist Andrew Hale complements him. Meanwhile, Adu and Leroy Osborne make a dynamic pair on the duet "All About Our Love." It's a reminder that before Sade evolved into a quiet storm icon it used to be a pretty great jazz-pop band.

About This Album

Bring Me Home, which follows 2011's Soldier of Love, finds Sade the quartet taking center stage, not just Sade Adu the chanteuse. Recorded at a concert in Ontario, Ca., it brings classics like "No Ordinary Love" to vivid life. Guitarist Stuart Matthewman rips a loud solo to close "Skin," and blows hot saxophone on the rueful "Jezebel" while keyboardist Andrew Hale complements him. Meanwhile, Adu and Leroy Osborne make a dynamic pair on the duet "All About Our Love." It's a reminder that before Sade evolved into a quiet storm icon it used to be a pretty great jazz-pop band.

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About This Album

Bring Me Home, which follows 2011's Soldier of Love, finds Sade the quartet taking center stage, not just Sade Adu the chanteuse. Recorded at a concert in Ontario, Ca., it brings classics like "No Ordinary Love" to vivid life. Guitarist Stuart Matthewman rips a loud solo to close "Skin," and blows hot saxophone on the rueful "Jezebel" while keyboardist Andrew Hale complements him. Meanwhile, Adu and Leroy Osborne make a dynamic pair on the duet "All About Our Love." It's a reminder that before Sade evolved into a quiet storm icon it used to be a pretty great jazz-pop band.