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Live At The Jazz Cafe, London

by D'Angelo

Live At The Jazz Cafe, London by D'Angelo

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Live At The Jazz Cafe, London

by D'Angelo

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Label: Virgin
Recorded in 1995 and originally released in Japan, this set captures a young D'Angelo on the rise. Angie Stone, his girlfriend at the time, is a backing vocalist, and the two have a nice duet on Mandrill's "Fencewalk." The ensemble sounds sluggish at first, but when they get rolling it's a magnificent thing: "Sh*t Damn Motherf*cker," already an audience favorite, burns with soulful malevolence, and Mike Campbell's wah-wah guitar electrifies "Lady." The performance is highlighted by standout interpretations of Al Green's "I'm Glad You're Mine" and, of course, Smokey Robinson's "Cruisin'."

About This Album

Recorded in 1995 and originally released in Japan, this set captures a young D'Angelo on the rise. Angie Stone, his girlfriend at the time, is a backing vocalist, and the two have a nice duet on Mandrill's "Fencewalk." The ensemble sounds sluggish at first, but when they get rolling it's a magnificent thing: "Sh*t Damn Motherf*cker," already an audience favorite, burns with soulful malevolence, and Mike Campbell's wah-wah guitar electrifies "Lady." The performance is highlighted by standout interpretations of Al Green's "I'm Glad You're Mine" and, of course, Smokey Robinson's "Cruisin'."

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About This Album

Recorded in 1995 and originally released in Japan, this set captures a young D'Angelo on the rise. Angie Stone, his girlfriend at the time, is a backing vocalist, and the two have a nice duet on Mandrill's "Fencewalk." The ensemble sounds sluggish at first, but when they get rolling it's a magnificent thing: "Sh*t Damn Motherf*cker," already an audience favorite, burns with soulful malevolence, and Mike Campbell's wah-wah guitar electrifies "Lady." The performance is highlighted by standout interpretations of Al Green's "I'm Glad You're Mine" and, of course, Smokey Robinson's "Cruisin'."