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Chicken Grease - DAngelo - Voodoo (CD, Album)

26.08.2019
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  1. Voodoo Wikipedia article Album by D'Angelo. Playa Playa Devil's Pie Left & Right (featuring Method Man & Redman) Send It On Chicken Grease One Mo'gin The Root Spanish Joint Feel Like Makin' Love Greatdayndamornin'/Booty Untitled (How Does It Feel) Africa External links Amazon: buy Voodoo petgcotiserlickrardauscurpehapeho.co: search for D'Angelo • Voodoo iTunes: buy Voodoo AllMusic: search for.
  2. Jan 01,  · Voodoo is a gumbo of black innovation—blues, jazz, soul, funk, gospel even—peppered by a full spectrum of humanity, from despair to sheer ecstasy. In , D'Angelo, awed by the birth of his son, wrote the stirring "Send It On" in his honor, the new life signaling the creative explosion of what would become Voodoo.
  3. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Voodoo has all the elements that make a D'Angelo release so memorable: slightly snarling, falsetto vocals, self-harmonizing, slippery keyboards and seductive grooves. But unlike Brown Sugar, Voodoo tends to drown in its own funk, sacrificing hooks for ambiance. The album still works, but the songs tend to run together.
  4. D’Angelo Voodoo, Virgin Records Voodoo is rarely questioned as the best R&B album of the s, but how fair is that? No one else got a chance; it set the decade’s benchmark less than a month in. And it is pretty suspicious that D’Angelo can’t really write songs, especially when he was calling out the futuristic, rhythmically expansively digital R&B at the time for being too pop.
  5. Voodoo, D'Angelo’s critically acclaimed sophomore album, was released on January 25, , nearly five years after his breakthrough debut album Brown Sugar. The album was recorded.
  6. D’Angelo has called Voodoo — the follow-up that he spent three years making — a groove-based record. And it’s true that his new music moves him even further from R&B’s typical song-based.
  7. To simply call D'Angelo's work neo-classic soul, as per corporate diktat, would be reductive, for that would be to ignore the elements of vaudeville jazz, Memphis horns, ragtime blues, funk and bass grooves, not to mention hip-hop, that slip out of every pore of these 13 haunted songs.
  8. The valley of near suicide in The Line, the cool coffee shop soul high of Send It On and funk jam Chicken Grease, back into the lost love lament low of The Root. Then a quick jam (Spanish Joint) a smooth cover (Feel Like Makin’ Love) and then the three best songs on the album to close it out.

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