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D'Angelo - Live At The Jazz Cafe, London: The Complete Show (Explicit Version) download album

  • Performer: D'Angelo
  • Title: Live At The Jazz Cafe, London: The Complete Show (Explicit Version)
  • Genre: Hip-hop / Jazz / Rock / Funk & Soul
  • Country: Japan
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Soul, Neo Soul
  • MP3 album: 1584 mb
  • FLAC album: 1464 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 231
D'Angelo - Live At The Jazz Cafe, London: The Complete Show (Explicit Version) download album

Live @ The Jazz Café ‎(2xLP, Unofficial). Not On Label (D'Angelo). Terrible job. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Introduction (Live At The Jazz Cafe, London/1995). 2. Fencewalk (Live At The Jazz Cafe, London/1995). 3. Sweet Sticky Thing (Live At The Jazz Cafe, London/1995). Really pleasantly surprised by the depth of the complete album. I had liked the album before. I like this version even more. For all of the die-hard D'angelo fans this is a must have. Highly recommended, even if you have the abbreviated version. 2 people found this helpful.

Upon the release of D'Angelo's second album Voodoo, Toshiba-EMI decided to release the EP in Japan in 2001 with an extra track, a cover of "Heaven Must Be Like This" that also came from the same Jazz Cafe performance. Some of these songs were released as B-sides on singles in other countries.

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The Japan-only original version of Live at the Jazz Cafe, London was released in 1996 as a stopgap between D'Angelo's first and second albums. Eighteen years later, it was expanded and widely reissued as a stopgap between the artist's second and third albums, the latter of which had yet to materialize. The 1996 release consisted of roughly two-thirds of the September 14, 1995 performance, with the selections presented out of sequence. D'Angelo's first single was three weeks away from release, yet the audience knew it from the first notes. In the States, the debut album from the 21 year-old was only two months old, on its way to platinum status. In the liner notes, manager Alan Leeds recalls that D'Angelo had done only a few gigs. Indeed, the early portion of this set sounds tentative.

This new release of Live At The Jazz Café, London is not only the first domestic release of the album, it contains the complete show for the first time anywhere. Now included are four unreleased performances - three of them covers of tracks originally by D'Angelo influences Mandrill, Ohio Players and Al Green - plus a longer version of "Lady.

Live at the Jazz Cafe is a live album by American R&B and neo soul musician D'Angelo, released on June 30, 1998, on EMI Records. It was later released in Japan on December 7, 1999, with a bonus track. The live recordings are taken from D'Angelo's appearance at the Jazz Café in London, England, on September 14, 1995. The album was subsequently re-issued in 2014 with a recording of the complete show, including previously unreleased tracks. Me and Those Dreamin' Eyes of Mine (D'Angelo) – 4:52.

Many D’Angelo devotees have heard at least some of his rare Live At The Jazz Cafe album from 1995 (it was a limited release in Japan and Europe), but now we get the news that the record will be getting re-released with five (!) new tracks from the show. The new version will contain unreleased versions of such soul classics as Al Green’s I’m Glad You’re Mine, The Ohio Players Sweet Sticky Thing, and Mandrill’s Fencewalk from the show

No release results found : showing artist results instead. Voodoo Explicit Lyrics Virgin 2000. Live At The Jazz Cafe, London Explicit Lyrics Virgin 2014.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Introduction 0:47
A2 Fencewalk
Written-By – Carlos Wilson, Louis Wilson, Ric Wilson
A3 Sweet Sticky Thing
Written-By – Clarence Satchell, James Williams*, Leroy Bonner*, Marshall Jones, Marvin Pierce*, Ralph Middlebrooks*
A4 Jonz In My Bones
Written-By – Angie Stone, D'Angelo
A5 Me And Those Dreamin' Eyes Of Mine
Written-By – D'Angelo
B1 Sh*t, Damn, Motherf*cker
Written-By – D'Angelo
B2 Cruisin'
Written-By – William "Smokey" Robinson*
C1 I'm Glad You're Mine
Written-By – Al Green
C2 Lady
Written-By – D'Angelo, Raphael Saadiq
C3 Announcement 0:39
D1 Can't Hide Love
Written-By – Skip Scarborough
D2 Brown Sugar
Written-By – Ali Shaheed Muhammed*, D'Angelo


Limited to 1000 copies

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TOCP-8892 ディアンジェロ* Live At The Jazz Cafe, London (ライヴ) ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) EMI TOCP-8892 Japan 1996
B0020227 D'Angelo Live At The Jazz Cafe, London: The Complete Show ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Unofficial, Cle) Not On Label (D'Angelo) B0020227 Netherlands Antilles 2015
DL1 D'Angelo Live @ The Jazz Café ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) Not On Label (D'Angelo) DL1 1996
DL 001 D'Angelo Live ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (D'Angelo) DL 001 1996
B0024030-01 D'Angelo Live At The Jazz Cafe, London: The Complete Show ‎(2xLP, Album) Virgin B0024030-01 US 2015

Reviews about D'Angelo - Live At The Jazz Cafe, London: The Complete Show (Explicit Version) (5):
Agreed with the comments below. Terrible job
The problem with this release is (other than on the official CD) the unfaded space between tracks, very unprofessional cutting!!
Have to say that shocked me, can't believe they went to the trouble of pressing it on double, clear vinyl yet didn't do the most obvious and rather easy thing - fade out the tracks...Other than that, the sound is pretty decent.
i'd like to buy this one as the original verison is barely to find again(at least in my country), how's the artwork, and its quality? exactly the same as original cd cover? thanks
That's a bootleg. What do you expect?

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