D'Angelo - Voodoo download album
Voodoo is the 2000 second studio album by American R&B singer and t D'Angelo.
And Voodoo was positioned as a more down-to-earth alternative to the infinite excess of late-90s hip-hop and R&B. 's a joke," scoffed D'Angelo at the time. It's sad- the people making this shit have turned black music into a club thing. For his sake, here's hoping D hasn't flipped on the radio in the last five years. I got something I'm seeing; I got a vision," D'Angelo told Time upon Voodoo's release. This album is the second step to that vision. It seems safe to say the prophecy he was speaking about did not entail more than a decade of nothingness, or drug addiction, or shame. Now, it's difficult to say where this vision is leading.
Voodoo (D'Angelo album). Voodoo is the second studio album by American recording artist D'Angelo, released on January 25, 2000, by Virgin Records. Recording sessions for the album took place during 1998 to 1999 at Electric Lady Studios in New York City, featuring an extensive line-up of musicians associated with the Soulquarians musical collective
His next album, Voodoo (2000), debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. Its lead single Untitled (How Does It Feel), entered the R&B charts and won a Grammy for Best Male R&B Vocal; likewise, Voodoo won Best R&B Album Following the release of the music video for Untitled (How Does It Feel), D'Angelo became uncomfortable with his growing status as a sex symbol. This was followed by numerous personal struggles including alcoholism, and a fourteen-year musical hiatus.
Voodoo (2xLP, Album). Virgin, Cheeba Sound.
Voodoo is an interesting album to listen to on headphones, but I personally have to encourage listening to it through speakers with a decent subwoofer. The songs don’t so much come from the speakers as much as they creep from them, slowly filling the room with atmosphere. This holds particularly true with Playa Playa, opening with what sounds like, appropriately, a Voodoo ritual of some kind. It then becomes a statement of intent and purpose.
D’Angelo - Voodoo (2000). 1. D'Angelo - Playa Playa. 2. D'Angelo - Devil's Pie. Download. 3. D'Angelo - Left And Right. 4. D'Angelo - The Line. 5. D'Angelo - Send It On. 6. D'Angelo - Chicken Grease. 7. D'Angelo - One Mo'Gin. 8. D'Angelo - The Root. 9. D'Angelo - Spanish Joint. 10. D'Angelo - Feel Like Makin' Love. 11. D'Angelo - Greatdayndamornin' Booty. 12. D'Angelo - Untitled (How Does It Feel). 13. D'Angelo - Africa.
Listen free to D'Angelo – Voodoo (Playa Playa, Devil's Pie and more). Five years after his Brown Sugar album helped launch contemporary R&B, D'Angelo finally returned with his sophomore effort, Voodoo.
Voodoo is a landmark album. Although a relatively minor hit in the UK, in the US it was an enormous, greatly-anticipated work. Yet, for a Grammy Award-winning US chart-topping record, it is not rammed with drop-dead melodies or standout singles. Following his debut LP, 1995’s Brown Sugar, D’Angelo became obsessed with vintage funk and RnB. Rolling Stone said that what started out as the follow up to became five years of study at Soul University".
D’Angelo’s Voodoo album art & booklet; photographed by Thierry Le Goues. Performance: ten, D'angelo gives amazing performance after amazing performance, hos vicals and delivery are second to almost none imo. Songwriting: these songs are meant to be vibed to, they tend to drag out, they may drag for too long but the vibe is so strong tgat even when they drag on for too long, they serve their purpose. the lyrics are simple and straight to it, again, they serve their purpose. Production: flawless. Content: simple, secondary to the production. Impact: every alt rnb artist or vibey soulful album, made today is influenced by Voodoo in one way or another imo.
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Bass – Pino PalladinoDrums – Ahmir Thompson*Guitar – Mike Campbell Horns – Roy HargroveWritten-By – A. Thompson*, A. Stone*
Co-producer, Programmed By – DJ PremierWritten-By – C. Martin*
|A3||Left & Right
Featuring [Rap] – Method Man And Redman*Human Beatbox [Vocal Percussion] – Q-TipWritten-By – C. Smith*, K. Fareed*, R. Noble*
Guitar – Raphael Saadiq
|B2||Send It On
Bass – Pino PalladinoDrums – Ahmir Thompson*Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Roy HargroveGuitar – C. Edward Alford*Written-By – A. Stone*, C. Smith*, D. Thomas*, G. Redd*, G. Brown*, L. Archer*, R. Westfield*, R. Mickens*, R. Bell*, W. Sparrow*
Bass – Pino PalladinoDrums – Ahmir Thompson*Trumpet – James PoyserWritten-By – A. Thompson*, J. Poyser*
|B4||One Mo' Gin
Bass – Pino Palladino
Bass, Guitar – Charlie HunterWritten-By – C. Hunter*
Bass, Guitar – Charlie HunterCongas – Giovanni MidalgoDrums – Ahmir Thompson*Horns – Roy HargroveWritten-By – R. Hargrove*
|C3||Feel Like Makin' Love
Bass – Pino PalladinoDrums – Ahmir Thompson*Written-By – E. McDaniels*
|D1||Greatdayndamornin' / Booty
Arranged By [Music], Bass, Guitar – Charlie HunterDrums – Ahmir Thompson*Written-By – A. Thompson*, A. Stone*, C. Hunter*
|D2||Untitled (How Does It Feel)
Arranged By [Music], Bass, Co-producer, Guitar – Raphael SaadiqWritten-By – R. Saadiq*
Drums – Ahmir Thompson*Guitar – C. Edward Alford*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records America, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Virgin Records America, Inc.
- Recorded At – Electric Lady Studios
- Mixed At – Electric Lady Studios
- Pressed By – United Record Pressing
- Arranged By [Music, Vocals], Executive Producer, Instruments [All Other Instruments], Producer, Vocals – D'Angelo
- Art Direction – Len Peltier
- Design [Assistance] – Wendy Sherman
- Engineer [Assistant] – Steve Mandel
- Executive Producer, Management – Dominique Trenier
- Management – Stan Poses
- Mastered By – Tom Coyne
- Mixed By – D'Angelo (tracks: A1, A3 to D3)
- Mixed By, Recorded By – Russell "The Dragon" Elevado*
- Photography By – Thierry Lesgoudes*
- Written-By – D'Angelo (tracks: A1 to C2, D1 to D3)
Notes℗ & © 1998, 1999, 2000 Virgin Records America, Inc.
Recorded and mixed at Electric Lady Studios, New York.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York.
A2 contains samples from "Success" by Fat Joe and from "Interlude" by Raekwon; excerpts from "Fakin' Jacks" by InI and from "Big Daddy Anthem".
B2 contains an interpolation of "Sea Of Tranquility" by Kool & The Gang.
Includes inlay with credits, lyrics and extensive liner notes.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 602547240842
- Barcode (Printed): 6 02547 24084 2
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